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The Temple of Peace event is for people who are in the funeral profession, and has been put together with our compliments. We hope that you find the evening informative, educational and enjoyable.
Welcomes you to The Temple of Peace
Thursday 11th April 2019.
6:00pm - 9:30pm.
King Edward VII Avenue
Dr. Heather Conway – Queen’s University of Belfast
Dr. Conway is a senior lecturer in Law at Queen’s University Belfast. Her
research focuses on the substantive laws surrounding the treatment of the
dead, the fate of corpses and who has decision-making powers over human
remains. Her areas of interest include the resolution of family disputes
surrounding funerals, exhumations and commemoration, and their
underlying reasons: the legal status of funeral instructions; and the legal
and financial issues posed by pre-paid funeral plans. Heather is the author
of The Law and the Dead.
Catherine Betley – Grief Chat Founder/Managing Director
Professional Help was established in 2012 by Catherine Betley who has over
20 years’ experience of managing counselling and therapy organisations,
starting and developing new projects and ventures and delivering training
and support to a huge range of organisations. Catherine has worked in
business and across the voluntary and community sector at local, regional
and national levels, including a significant period serving as a Director of a
large UK bereavement charity. Catherine is also a founding Leader in
Residence and Honorary Teaching Fellow at Lancaster University
Management School and has a particular interest in end of life and
Terry Tennens – Chief Executive of SAIF
Whether it’s commenting on changes in legislation, consulting with other
like-minded organisations or providing a comment for the media – Terry is
committed to ensuring the views of independent funeral directors are heard
throughout the UK.
Together with the team at SAIF Business Centre, he is also a strong
advocate for professional development and a believer that funeral directors
must have access to expert advice and support if they are to continue to
provide a service of the highest standard.
Richard Elliot – Director MVRRS
Experienced Operations Director with a demonstrated history of working in
the Professional Training & Welfare to Work industries. Skilled in
Performance Management, Budgeting, Operations Management, Sales,
Coaching, Bid Writing, and Team Building. Strong operations professional
with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) focused in Business
Administration and Management, General from The University of
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