You are invited to book to attend a CIEHF-hosted reception and dinner to welcome delegates of the Centre for Registration of European Ergonomists (CREE) Council meeting in Buxton, Derbyshire, on the evening of Friday 9 June 2017.
CREE is a professional register and accreditation body. The register attracts individuals who derive some element of professional benefit, often via access to work in Europe. CREE Council comprises practising ergonomists, academics and retired ergonomists and human factors professionals. CIEHF takes a turn alongside most other major European societies to host a meeting of CREE Council every 5-6 years.
Mike Gray, CIEHF’s representative on CREE, and who sits on the Professional Affairs Board, processes applications from CIEHF members before passing them to CREE. CREE lists over 500 members throughout Europe.
CREE does not take a lead in strategic matters regarding the health of the profession. This work is carried out by the Federation of European Ergonomists (FEES), a separate body. Representatives of FEES will attend the Ergonomics & Human Factors 2017 conference in April this year.
The reception and dinner will be held at the Devonshire Dome, 1 Devonshire Road, Buxton SK17 6RY, the largest unsupported dome in Europe. Built in 1779 by the 5th Duke of Devonshire, this magnificent listed building is a fine example of heritage regeneration. The Dome is home to the University of Derby and Buxton College.
Yushi Fujita, President of the IEA, and Sylvain Leduc from FEES will be among the attendees.
Book now to learn more about CREE’s work, network with CREE Council, with peers and colleagues, and hear short presentations by the CIEHF President and Chief Executive.
Tickets are limited and cost £35 +VAT.