Events Briefing 3/19

Published: 07 Feb 2019

AoC/ETF A Levels Conference - Tuesday 12 February, Birmingham

Last chance to book for this joint AoC/ETF CPD event to support the delivery of A Levels. Whether you are an A Levels practitioner or you manage A Levels programmes, this is the conference for you.

Benefits of attending:

  • Discuss the best evidence-based approaches to highly effective teaching, learning and assessment with Harriet Harper, Teaching and Learning Consultant
  • Learn strategies and techniques to enable your A Level students to become successful and independent students
  • Explore what assessment is the most appropriate on a linear programme
  • Hear how Christ the King Sixth Form College are effectively using structured feedback lessons to enhance student engagement in the learning process
  • Explore how to plan a sustainable and viable A Level offer
  • Network and share best practice with colleagues and leave with tools and strategies to implement in your college

Find out more about how to make a success of linear A Levels ahead of the conference next week. Read Eddie Playfair's blog here

To view the full programme and for further details, please visit the conference website.

 

AoC Marketing and Communications Conference - Wednesday 20 March, London

The AoC Marketing and Communications Conference offers you a key opportunity to discuss the ever-evolving digital marketing and communications landscape. It brings together national expert speakers to share and discuss innovative ideas and practice to help inform your strategies in your college. The event will cover a wide range of topics prevalent to your role. The full programme will be announced in due course.

To view the full programme and for further details, please visit the conference website.

 

AoC Governance Summit - Thursday 28 March, London

This is the key national event for Governors, Chairs and Clerks in the sector. The annual event enables members to hear from high profile speakers and build their networks of colleagues committed to improving governance and board performance. Details on the programme will follow in due course.

Benefits of attending

  • Gain an update on the insolvency regime and changes to the Further Education commissioner role from Richard Atkins CBE
  • Discuss the new education inspection framework and what the changes will mean for the sector with Paul Joyce HMI, Ofsted
  • Network and build connections with colleagues and learn from each other’s best practice

To view the full programme and for further details, please visit the conference website.

 

AoC/ETF Data Sciences Conference – Thursday 28 March, London

This joint AoC and ETF Data Sciences Conference is a must attend for MIS and Data professionals in the FE Sector.

The conference will discuss the latest Government data science and digital strategy, the future of MIS systems and take a look ahead to the latest trends from the tech sector.

There will also be the opportunity to develop your visualisation skills in a highly practical workshop.

Further details will be available to view on the conference website soon.