This event has been postponed. We will be in touch once we have confirmed a new date for the event.
Join us at Cardiff City Hall for what promises to be a fascinating day of speakers and discussion about what future immigration policies could mean for the NHS and social care in Wales.
A total exit from the single market, as currently put forward by the UK Government, will leave the UK free to determine its policies on immigration. The UK Government recently outlined more details of a points-based immigration system, which will apply to all non-UK nationals wanting to make Wales and the UK their home from January 2021.
We are left asking: how could these proposals impact the way talented and valued individuals, from the EU and across the globe, are recruited into the Welsh health and social care sector?
This event will cover an overview of the immigration proposals put forward by the UK Government, examine the implications for the health and social care workforce and what employers need to know to support EU staff when applying for the Settled Status Scheme.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Vaughn Gething, Minister for Health and Social Services
- Bethan Bateman, Head of Future Migration, Welsh Government
- Nesta Lloyd-Jones, Assistant Director, Welsh NHS Confederation
- Glyn Lloyd, Solicitor, Newfields Law
- Jonathon Morgan, Business Manager, ADSS Cymru
More speakers will be announced and a full programme will be released closer to the date. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
This is a Welsh NHS Confederation event as part of the European Transition Programme funded by the Welsh Government’s EU Transition Fund.