As space-based satellite systems continue to act as a key enabler for terrestrial operations, the need to access and exploit constellations effectively remains critical for international military forces. This is reinforced by the growing data and bandwidth requirements necessary to sustain communications within modern operations. With new hosted payloads delivering small satellite networks to space at an unprecedented rate – there is a clear need for a forum that analyses what these trends mean for the wider SATCOM community.

With this in mind, SMi Group are proud to announce the Small Satellites and Disruptive Technology Focus Day – which will set the scene for Europe’s Leading Military Satellite Communication show Global MilSatCom 2018. Exploring how the next generation of launch capability, research and development of small, cube, micro and nano-satellites and how military agencies and industry are collaborating in this new era of SATCOM.

Sure to be an unmissable introduction to the next generation of space technologies, this year’s focus day is set to become a key calendar date for anyone in the satellite communications sector.

Focus Day programme

8:00 Registration & Coffee

8:30 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Ralph Dinsley

Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Ralph Dinsley, Former SO2 Space Operations, UK MOD
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8:40 Showcasing British Ingenuity, Ambition and Engineering Expertise: Transforming the Landscape of the British Space Industry

Mr Luis Gomes

Mr Luis Gomes, Chief Technical Officer, Surrey Satellite Technology Limited
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  • From UoSat-1 to CARBONITE-2: the evolving nature of the satellite sector and what it means for industry
  • Demonstrating low-cost LEO (low-earth orbit) Satellite systems and the unique engineering challenges to work at pace
  • Driving cost effective systems – technical approaches to weight minimisation within small satellites
  • What the RemoveDEBRIS missions means for the satellite sector and key design features
  • Developing a modular approach to satellite design to optimise usage for commercial and military applications
  • 9:10 Elevating DARPA’s Status as a Disruptor: Driving Government – Commercial Synergies

    Dr Fred Kennedy

    Dr Fred Kennedy, Director, Tactical Technology Office, DARPA
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  • An overview of the Robotic Servicing of Geosynchronous Satellites (RSGS) programme and collaboration with Space Systems Loral
  • Moving from long bespoke procurement processes towards integration of commercial assets
  • Capitalising on the space ‘boom’ – exploiting new technologies whilst industry efforts remain focused in space
  • What new small satellite constellations mean for space-enabled communications
  • Strategy for greater utilisation of hosted payloads
  • Work of the Tactical Technology Office within this domain
  • 9:40 Morning Coffee

    10:10 Opening Access to Space – How Commercial Applications such as the SABRE Propulsion System Will Transform MILSATCOM

    Dr Robert Bond

    Dr Robert Bond, Head of Future Propulsion, Reaction Engines Ltd
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  • Key features of SABRE (Synergistic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine) and what this will mean for space-faring nations
  • Moving from Concept to reality – what SABRE will mean for reusable, high cadence launch


  • 10:40 Zephyr: Leading the way in Pseudo-Satellites

    Mr Nigel Chandler

    Mr Nigel Chandler, Head of Zephyr Sales, Airbus
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  • A record breaking disruptive new technology
  • See, sense and connect capabilities to both commercial and military customers
  • Filling a capability gap complimentary to satellites to provide persistent local satellite-like services
  • 11:10 Building UK Launch Capability – the Shetland Space Centre Solution

    Scott Hammond

    Scott Hammond, Programme Director, Shetland Space Centre
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  • How the UK’s space sector has been revolutionised by the small satellite market and the growing demand for launch capability
  • Why Shetland? The unique environmental features of the location that make it ideal for space launch
  • Building a viable Space Centre in the UK
  • Future Challenges
  • 11:40 Building ‘End to End’ Launch Capability for the UK

    Mr Miles Carden

    Mr Miles Carden, Director, Spaceport Cornwall
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  • An introduction to the Cornwall Newquay spaceport proposal and its role within the wider UK space industry framework
  • Delivering the ability to launch suborbital vehicles and satellite systems from British soil – key approaches and considerations
  • How the UK Space Industry Act is future proofing the nations status as a major global space plater
  • Building relations with leading industry stakeholders to streamline launch capability
  • 12:10 Networking Lunch

    13:15 Small Satellites to solve Big Problems

    Mr Rafel Jorda Siquier

    Mr Rafel Jorda Siquier, Founder & CEO, Open Cosmos Ltd.
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  • Small satellites can make global coverage, low revisit time, low latency and resilient distributed architectures a reality for the Defence sector.
  • Full end-to-end space missions offer Defence a reliable and fast mission deployment solution.
  • State of the possible for remote sensing and communication services using small satellites.
  • 13:30 Small Satellites and Their Role in Enhancing Defence Capability

    Mr Craig Clark

    Mr Craig Clark, Chief Scientific Officer, Clyde Space
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  • Clyde Space Overview
  • Recent Mission Examples
  • Commercial Market driving capability improvements
  • Applications for Defence
  • Concept Missions for Improved Defence Capability


  • 14:00 O3b mPOWER: Reaching New Levels of Military Communications Performance

    Mr Robert Heron

    Mr Robert Heron, Managing Director, SES Defence UK
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  • A New MEO Constellation enabling truly global cloud-scale connectivity
  • In 2021, seven next-generation MEO satellites will be added to the O3b fleet
  • Setting new industry benchmarks across multiple performance metrics
  • Empowering a multi-terabit "virtual fibre" network virtually anywhere
  • 14:30 Making the Impossible Possible: Exploiting Innovative Small Satellite Systems to Revolutionise Access to Space

    Mr Andrew Vick

    Mr Andrew Vick, Head of Disruptive Technology, RAL Space
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  • An overview of the work of RAL Space and how it fits into the wider S&T space approach
  • Disruptive technology case study: how the KA-SAT communication satellite & other constellations have transformed communication coverage
  • Analysis of the rise of cubesats – what low cost systems mean for space accessibility
  • Current R&D into cutting edge payloads – the disruptive edge to future space
  • Building ‘the triple helix’ for to enhance collaboration between industry, government and academia
  • 15:00 Afternoon Tea

    15:30 Driving Innovation in a Disruptive World – the Role of JHub in Delivering Technology Solutions for the Military Customer

    Squadron Leader Adrian Holt

    Squadron Leader Adrian Holt, Innovation Scout, JHub , UK MoD
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  • An introduction of the work of JHub and its function in generating new ideas and solutions for the MoD
  • JHub in action: case studies on optimising bandwidth and network centric capability through space-based enablers
  • Exploring innovative solutions for effective and holistic cyber-security for military communications
  • From multi-nationals to start ups - how JHub has built synergies with industry across the spectrum
  • How to adapt procurement processes to adopt new technologies and systems in months rather than years


  • 16:00 Hosted Payload: Leveraging the Exponentially Increasing Capabilities of Small Satellites

    Ms Hina Khan

    Ms Hina Khan, Project Coordinator , Spire Global
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  • Talk about small satellites is at an all-time high, but now evidence exists that their technical capability is reaching exponential levels of development. Increases in power availability and down-link capability combined with satellite bus and ground segment maturity are breeding a large number of new applications. Seeded by both government-funded and commercial projects, the hosted payload capabilities of small satellites are quite literally taking off.
  • 16:30 Satellite Regulation in the New Space Era – What Small Satellites and Disruptive Technologies Mean for Communications

    Mr Jose Albuquerque

    Mr Jose Albuquerque, Chief, Satellite Division, Federal Communications Commission
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  • Promoting competitive and innovative global communication markets – providing flexible oversight of the sector
  • What small satellite launches mean for the space sector
  • Developing the effective use of frequency bands for domestic spectrum management
  • How to regulate space going forward: avoiding contested, competitive and congested through effective regulation of cubesats
  • How nano-satellites present greater risk of collision and how to enhance global communication coverage through mitigation of their use
  • Where next for space? The legal and regulatory framework for the next-generation of systems
  • 17:00 ASEAN’s Way to Space – Delivering the Next Generation of Launch Capability in Southeast Asia

    Mr Simon Gwozdz

    Mr Simon Gwozdz, CEO and Founder, Equatorial Space Industries
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  • Current satellite coverage within Southeast Asia and the growing data demands of the region
  • The Volans Block I - exploiting hybrid launch capability to deliver LEO payloads
  • The advantage of nanosats - why 35-70kg payloads offer the optimum flexibility for extensive constellation coverage
  • From equatorial to polar: exploring launch options and orbit solutions
  • Moving towards low cost hosted payloads for military end users - why governments are becoming increasingly dependant on commercial providers
  • What next for Equatorial Space Industries, meeting region demand over the next decade
  • 17:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Ralph Dinsley

    Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Ralph Dinsley, Former SO2 Space Operations, UK MOD
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    19:00 Pre-Conference Gala Dinner (Invitation Only) Sponsored by Lockheed Martin



    Dr Fred Kennedy

    Dr Fred Kennedy

    Director, Tactical Technology Office, DARPA
    Mr Luis Gomes

    Mr Luis Gomes

    Chief Technical Officer, Surrey Satellite Technology Limited

    Dr Fred Kennedy

    Director, Tactical Technology Office, DARPA
    Dr Fred Kennedy

    Dr. Fred Kennedy took the position of director of the Tactical Technology Office (TTO) in September 2017, after joining DARPA in January 2017 as TTO deputy director. Prior to coming to the Agency, he served as the senior policy advisor for national security space and aviation in the National Security and International Affairs Division of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). In this role, Dr. Kennedy advised the President of the United States on matters related to space and aviation policy; co-chaired an interagency working group for Detecting and Mitigating the Impact of Earth-Bound Near earth objects (DAMIEN); and led the “Harnessing the Small Satellite Revolution” initiative focusing his efforts on the national security space community.

    Dr. Kennedy served 23 years in the United States Air Force, where he retired as a colonel. During his tenure, he served as a Senior Materiel Leader in both the Air Force’s Space and Missile Systems Center’s Remote Sensing Directorate and the Air Force Lifecycle Management Center’s Battle Management Directorate. Prior to that, he was the lead for Space Requirements with the Joint Staff/J-8 in the Capabilities and Acquisition Division at the Pentagon and a chief for Spacecraft Payload Development and Test and Satellite Systems and Acquisition at the National Reconnaissance Office.

    From 2005 to 2008, Dr. Kennedy was a program manager in DARPA’s Tactical Technology Office, where he created and managed efforts around spacecraft and satellite servicing, advanced space power and propulsion systems, and innovative space technologies.
    Dr. Kennedy holds a Doctor of Philosophy in electronics and physical sciences from the University of Surrey; a Master of Arts in organizational management from George Washington University; a Master of Arts in strategic studies from the U.S. Army War College; and a Master of Science and Bachelor of Science, both in aeronautics and astronautics, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

    Dr Robert Bond

    Head of Future Propulsion, Reaction Engines Ltd
    Dr Robert Bond

    Dr Bond worked for a number of years with the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority on the development of nuclear fusion and advanced spacecraft power and propulsion technologies.  Subsequently he became a Senior Project Manager with AEA Technology responsible for the development of leading-edge space optical instruments and lithium-ion battery systems for European and US spacecraft.  He joined Reaction Engines in 2008 as Programmes Director with responsibility for managing the Company’s engine and heat exchanger demonstration programmes.  More recently he has been involved in business development activities at Reaction Engines, leading the development of future propulsion applications.

    Mr Andrew Vick

    Head of Disruptive Technology, RAL Space
    Mr Andrew Vick

    Andy Vick is leading a program developing disruptive technologies for space applications at RAL Space, UKRIs world-leading research, development and service facility at Harwell in Oxfordshire. His background in Adaptive Optics led to developing instruments for the Astrophysics community at the UK-ATC in Edinburgh and then on to Earth observation instrument development. Within RAL Space he is supporting developments in optics, electronics and mechanisms, from novel detectors through to next generation cryo-coolers and from Quantum Communications to Atmospheric trace gas measurements.


    Mr Craig Clark

    Chief Scientific Officer, Clyde Space
    Mr Craig Clark

    Craig is AAC Clyde 's Chief Strategy Officer and founder. In his role Craig adds entrepreneurship and a strategic vision to the Group's growth.
    Craig provides technical input to our engineering programmes, mostly to provide another perspective on the engineering problem.
    He enjoys getting involved in mission and space application designs (because of his specific experience in this area), as well as in a peer review capacity.
    Networking with the rest of the space community all over the world. He feels privileged to work in an industry where most involved are truly passionate about their jobs and has made many good friends as a result.

    Craig has been fortunate to have always worked in the small satellite industry. His first degree was in Power Engineering, which although covered large power stations, generators, etc. it was mostly about power electronics, motors and drives and control theory. This stood him in good stead to get a position as a power Systems Engineer at Surrey Satellite Technology Limited. During his time at Surrey, he worked on over 25 different missions, as head of the Power Team for 7 years. He studied for his MSc in Satellite Engineering and after 11 years at Surrey, in 2005, he left to head back to Scotland and started Glasgow's first space company, Clyde Space. In January 2018, Clyde Space merged with Swedish listed company AAC Microtec, and the combined company continues to grow and develop cutting-edge products for the small satellite market, in particular in the area of tiny satellites called 'CubeSats'.  In June 2013, Craig was awarded an MBE in the Queen's birthday Honours list for his services to Innovation and Technology and, in 2017, the company won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation Category.

    Mr Jose Albuquerque

    Chief, Satellite Division, Federal Communications Commission
    Mr Jose Albuquerque

    Jose Albuquerque has Engineering and MSc degrees from Catholic University (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

    He was with Catholic University, Rio de Janeiro, for more than 20 years, as a professor, as director of its Center for Studies in Telecommunications and as Vice President, Academic Affairs.

    For over 20 years he worked for different satellite operators: Intelsat, Teledesic, PanAmSat and again Intelsat.

    He has been with the FCC, as Chief of the Satellite Division, since August 2013.

    Mr Luis Gomes

    Chief Technical Officer, Surrey Satellite Technology Limited
    Mr Luis Gomes

    Luis Gomes is SSTL’s Chief Technologist, responsible for driving the company’s innovative approach for the next generation of space systems. An Applied Physics graduate, he holds an MSc in Satellite Engineering and joined SSTL in 1997. As Head of Earth Observation from 2008 he realised a personal ambition, to design and build a small SAR satellite (NovaSAR) and he set the vision for a low cost, metric class, EO satellite system (the DMC3 constellation). He also developed the concept for the Carbonite series of video-from-space technology demonstrators first launched in 2015.

    Mr Miles Carden

    Director, Spaceport Cornwall
    Mr Miles Carden

    Miles has worked in the property industry for 25 years starting as a commercial property surveyor. He has been involved with many development projects including The Eden project .
    In 2010 Miles joined the Aerohub Team leading a major programme of investment at Cornwall Airport Newquay which was awarded Enterprise Zone status in August 2011.  Goonhilly Earth Station also came within his remit when awarded Enterprise Zone status in April 2016.
    Since Jan 2017 Miles has led the development of Spaceport Cornwall at Cornwall Airport Newquay. An ambitious and bold project to deliver safe low cost access to space and a complete Space launch and tracking solution in the UK from 2020.
    Spaceport Cornwall will be a unique place, where Human Spaceflight, Satellite Launch and scheduled Airport passenger services are safely integrated.


    Mr Nigel Chandler

    Head of Zephyr Sales, Airbus
    Mr Nigel Chandler

    Nigel Chandler is the Head of Global Sales for Zephyr, the record breaking solar powered ultra-lightweight High Altitude Pseudo Satellite (HAPS) developed by Airbus for use in both commercial and governmental applications. Based in Farnborough, he is responsible for the sales, business development and marketing of this exciting new capability.
    Since joining Airbus in 2012, he has held a number of sales and business development positions before taking on his current role including several Key Account Management positions representing the complete Defence & Space portfolio.

    Before joining Airbus, Nigel enjoyed 27 years’ service as a Warfare Officer in the Royal Navy, serving at sea and ashore in a range of command and staff appointments. This included operational deployments to the Middle East and Africa and periods spent on NATO, US and NL led staffs. A graduate of the Advanced Command and Staff Course and a C4ISR specialist, he maintains a keen interest in international relations and maritime affairs.

    Nigel holds a Bachelors degree in Chemistry from the University of Bristol and a Masters degree from Kings College London in Defence Studies.
    Married and living on the South Coast of the UK with his family, he enjoys getting on the water whenever possible, skiing and cycling around Hampshire and West Sussex.

    Mr Rafel Jorda Siquier

    Founder & CEO, Open Cosmos Ltd.
    Mr Rafel Jorda Siquier

    Rafel Jorda Siquier is the founding director and CEO of Open Cosmos. He holds a master's degree in aerospace engineering with a space technology specialisation. Prior to Open Cosmos, he worked in innovative space start-ups such as zero2infinity and big players such as Airbus D&S where he worked with cutting edge military aircraft prototypes while pursuing a granted MBA.

    Mr Robert Heron

    Managing Director, SES Defence UK
    Mr Robert Heron

    Rob is the Managing Director of SES Defence UK Ltd.

    Rob has over 35 years experience in the satellite communications industry. His activities include developing business and products in international environments. He has extensive experience of people and project management and has previously managed other business in the UK.

    Rob has worked on the ground segment ranging from product development to system engineering.

    Rob has also worked on the space segment ranging from autocompatibilty analysis to antenna array performance on military satellites.

    Within SES, Rob has occupied several roles including market development and the creation of the GovSatCom business. Previously also responsible for sales on a global basis and before that project management of innovative projects such as the implementation of a global geolocation system and the design and implementation of an advanced spread spectrum ranging and IOT system.

    Previously Rob managed a UK R&D company of 86 professional engineers specialised in satellite communications and related technologies.

    Rob has worked in several countries including ESA in the Netherlands and Dornier in Germany. He is fluent in several languages and has wide experience of working in international environments.


    Mr Simon Gwozdz

    CEO and Founder, Equatorial Space Industries
    Mr Simon Gwozdz

    Simon Gwozdz founded Equatorial Space Industries in 2017, in a mission to provide frequent and affordable launch services to the New Space community from its highly strategic location in Southeast Asia. Self-taught in the areas of propulsion and orbital mechanics, Simon believes small launchers will enable a wave of innovation akin to the impact of drones on the aerospace sector. When not developing launch vehicles, Simon enjoys hiking, music production, and home brewing.

    Ms Hina Khan

    Project Coordinator , Spire Global
    Ms Hina Khan

    With 20yrs experience in the space sector, Hina has established both academic credibility in space research and knowledge transfer by working in business facing roles in recent times. She is the Project Coordinator for European and UK activity within Spire Global UK Limited, and has responsibility in ensuring the successful delivery of current programmes as well and building the portfolio of engagement across areas of company interest. Her expertise include having a keen understanding the capabilities of space applications in relation to real world issues and working to deliver tangible solutions to these though commercial opportunity.

    Scott Hammond

    Programme Director, Shetland Space Centre
    Scott Hammond

    Scott is the programme Director for the Shetland Space Centre, responsible for all aspects of design, planning and implementation of the development of the Space Centre. Scott served for eighteen years in the RAF as a pilot and instructor. Since leaving the RAF he has flown commercially, taught pilots in the simulator and latterly been involved in a security firm bringing the benefits of new technology, including the use of Unmanned Air Systems, before moving to the Shetland Space Centre.

    Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Ralph Dinsley

    Former SO2 Space Operations, UK MOD
    Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Ralph Dinsley

    Sqn Ldr (Ret’d) Ralph “Dinz” Dinsley is a retired surveillance of space practitioner with more than 32 years of service in the RAF. Joining in 1985 as a Fighter Controller, his final assignments included leading the RAF contribution to global SSA in 2 significant programmes. His unique experience is underpinned, as a CAS Fellow, with an MA in Peace and Development from Leeds Metropolitan University; his dissertation covering "Critical Perspectives on UK Space Security". Dinz is now Director of NorSS Ltd and an observer to the Hague Space Resource Governance Working Group.

    Squadron Leader Adrian Holt

    Innovation Scout, JHub , UK MoD
    Squadron Leader Adrian Holt

    Adie Holt joint the RAF in 1996 as an engineer and has supported aircraft types including Harrier GR7, Tornado F3, C130K Hercules, Eurofighter Typhoon and the A400M Atlas and commanded No. 3 Tactical Communications Squadron in the delivery of communications solutions for operations and exercises around the globe. He recently led the business change element of the MOD’s keystone IT transformation programme before leaving to help establish the Joint Force Command Innovation Hub. The JHub is disrupting traditional MOD procurement processes by matching world class technology and talent from non-traditional and traditional suppliers with military users to rapidly deliver capability.



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    CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development’. It is essentially a philosophy, which maintains that in order to be effective, learning should be organised and structured. The most common definition is:

    ‘A commitment to structured skills and knowledge enhancement for Personal or Professional competence’

    CPD is a common requirement of individual membership with professional bodies and Institutes. Increasingly, employers also expect their staff to undertake regular CPD activities.

    Undertaken over a period of time, CPD ensures that educational qualifications do not become obsolete, and allows for best practice and professional standards to be upheld.

    CPD can be undertaken through a variety of learning activities including instructor led training courses, seminars and conferences, e:learning modules or structured reading.


    There are approximately 470 institutes in the UK across all industry sectors, with a collective membership of circa 4 million professionals, and they all expect their members to undertake CPD.

    For some institutes undertaking CPD is mandatory e.g. accountancy and law, and linked to a licence to practice, for others it’s obligatory. By ensuring that their members undertake CPD, the professional bodies seek to ensure that professional standards, legislative awareness and ethical practices are maintained.

    CPD Schemes often run over the period of a year and the institutes generally provide online tools for their members to record and reflect on their CPD activities.


    Professional bodies and Institutes CPD schemes are either structured as ‘Input’ or ‘Output’ based.

    ‘Input’ based schemes list a precise number of CPD hours that individuals must achieve within a given time period. These schemes can also use different ‘currencies’ such as points, merits, units or credits, where an individual must accumulate the number required. These currencies are usually based on time i.e. 1 CPD point = 1 hour of learning.

    ‘Output’ based schemes are learner centred. They require individuals to set learning goals that align to professional competencies, or personal development objectives. These schemes also list different ways to achieve the learning goals e.g. training courses, seminars or e:learning, which enables an individual to complete their CPD through their preferred mode of learning.

    The majority of Input and Output based schemes actively encourage individuals to seek appropriate CPD activities independently.

    As a formal provider of CPD certified activities, SMI Group can provide an indication of the learning benefit gained and the typical completion. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the delegate to evaluate their learning, and record it correctly in line with their professional body’s or employers requirements.


    Increasingly, international and emerging markets are ‘professionalising’ their workforces and looking to the UK to benchmark educational standards. The undertaking of CPD is now increasingly expected of any individual employed within today’s global marketplace.

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    We can provide a certificate for all our accredited events. To request a CPD certificate for a conference , workshop, master classes you have attended please email events@smi-online.co.uk

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