Community Care Live is the UK’s largest free to attend social care event. CC Live London 2016 takes place on 27 and 28 September and you can now register for your place:


Why attend?

The 2016 events will feature popular innovations from the 2015 events such as the mock court and extended training session. Attend to:

Sign up now for essential free training.

Our sponsors

Headline sponsor:

Norfolk County Council Logo

Norfolk County Council – Children First:
Norfolk is a great place to live and work, and it’s an exciting time to join us. We have the same potential for absorbing work as an inner city, but with an opportunity for you to have a different lifestyle. We are committed to improving lives across our county.

Masterclass sponsor:
Essex County Council logo

Event host:

Hertfordshire County Council

Media partners:

Community Care Inform CC Inform Adults CC Jobs
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What your peers say about Live

“CC Live Birmingham was informative, uplifting and was valuable to my on-going professional development”
Service manager – adult care – commissioning and performance, Derbyshire County Council
“A very well planned, informative and interactive learning experience addressing relevant topics and dilemmas facing Social Care today”
Principal social worker, Wigan Council
“I really enjoyed the event, the sessions were informative and useful. It was accessible with it being held in Birmingham”
Manager/social worker, Telford and Wrekin Council
“It was a benefit to attend and to understand current issues, debate and direction of travel by senior leaders”
Commissioner, Warwickshire County Council


50+ exhibiting organisations from local authorities, service providers and charities.

Highlights include:

See the list of exhibitors that are already confirmed for Community Care Live London 2016

The venue

The Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
London N1 0QH
General Enquiries
0207 288 6272

The Business Design Centre is located in the heart of Islington with easy access to and from Central London by public transport. Surrounded by restaurants and bars the Business Design Centre is in the ideal location bordering North and Central London making it easily accessible by any means.


Driving to the venue is simple as we are located just outside the congestion charge zone on the A1. Please see the parking page for details of how to direct your sat nav and to pre-book your parking.

Local Transport

There are many ways to get to the venue including the use of both buses and both the London underground and overground. The nearest tube station Angel, is a five minute walk away allowing you to travel to the Central London within minutes. Just a little further in the opposite direction is Highbury and Islington with great underground and overground connections.

There are many bus stops near the venue which cover several routes in and around London. Please click here for the journey planner to plan your trip.

As well as buses, cycling is another popular form of transport used to get to and from the venue. In terms of bike hire there are several Santander Cycle Hire stations located in Islington should you wish to rent one.

Event news

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* Disclaimer

Community Care Live London 2016 is free for all social workers registered with the HCPC or equivalent UK registration body. Your registration number will be required during the registration process. Free entry is also extended to local authority commissioners and procurement officers, local authority workforce and development leads/managers, police officers, youth offending teams and probation officers.
Please note all other job titles and areas of work will be charged at the congress delegate day rate of £199 + VAT on the day. If you have any questions please contact the team at
Disclaimer: False declaration to a free place and/or distribution of promotional literature will not be accepted and will result in you being asked to leave the event. No under 18s. Final year degree students only. All session places are available on a first come, first served basis. The congress programme may change at short notice.