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TRICS® Consortium Limited has managed and hosted events for its user organisations (collectively known as the TRICS® Community) since 1996. There are usually two events per year, these being the annual TRICS® User Meeting in June, usually at a venue in London, and the TRICS® Training and Development Forum, which takes place at a different regional location. TRICS® member organisations can send an attendee to each event free of charge (one free place available per licensed office location), with places available on a first come first served basis. Places at these events can be booked directly via this website as and when bookings are ready to commence.

The annual TRICS® Training & Development Forum is held at a venue within a different UK region in November each year. These events have taken place since 2015 and have also been proven to be popular with our member organisations. They are similar in some ways to the annual TRICS® User Meetings, but these events are slightly more system-focused, with an emphasis on the day to day use of TRICS® as opposed to the wider TRICS® project that is covered at our User Meetings. The Training & Development Forums are also slightly shorter in length given their regional locations, to make transport arrangements easier for attendees.

These events consist of PowerPoint presentations on subjects such as system development, annual data collection programmes, a shorter version of a system demonstration highlighting specific points of interest, and a focus on other specific technical elements of the system and associated technical analyses. Like the User Meeting the event ends with an open forum session for the exchange of ideas and the opportunity for everyone to have their say on the future of TRICS® system development.

Just like the TRICS® User Meeting, the TRICS® Training & Development Forum also provides a good opportunity to mix with other members of the TRICS® Community over a buffet lunch, and is an informal yet productive event from which we receive many good ideas and much valued technical feedback from attendees.

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