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Download the registration form in .doc format or in .pdf format.

The completed registration form should be returned, and, course fees should be paid (self-funded trainees and accompanying persons) by Friday 21 July 2006 to:

Mrs Sharon Adams, Continuing Professional Development Unit, University of Ulster at Jordanstown, Newtownabbey, Co Antrim, BT37 0QB , Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, Tel No: +44(0)2890366680, Fax No: +44(0)2890366060, Email: cpdu@ulster.ac.uk

Frequently asked questions

1. Who should fill out and return the Registration Form?

The registration form should be filled out and returned by all delegates of the Summer School. These are: EC-funded trainees, self-funded trainees and Keynote Speakers.

2. Do I have to fill out the section "Methods of Payment" of the Registration Form?

The section "Methods of Payment" should be filled out only by self-funded trainees. EC-funded trainees and Keynote Speakers do not have to fill this section out, unless there is an accompanying person who would like to take part in the Welcome Reception, HyCourse Dinner, and/or Social Programme.

3. The Registration Form is available in two formats: .doc and . pdf. Which is the best?

Both are equally good. The .doc file can be opened and edited in Microsoft Word. After you filled out your details you can return this to us by email. The .pdf file can be opened with Adobe Acrobat Reader. In this case you should print it out and fill in your details. Next, there are two things you can do: (1) send it to us by post, or, (2) scan it and return it to us by email; this is the preferred method; example: registration form by Trygve Skjold.