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AoC Quality, Teaching, Learning and Assessment Conference 2022

Venue: Online via Zoom

Date: 13 December 2022

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

Fee: Starting from £165 + VAT

Part 1 - Tuesday 13th December, 09:30 - 12:30
Part 2 - Wednesday 14th December, 09:30 - 12:30

This online conference over two mornings, will focus on the key themes of quality, teaching, learning and assessment in the sector. We will hear about strategies for motivating and engaging students, the latest information on college inspection and how to prepare students for RQF and T Level assessment.

Delegates will have the opportunity to learn about innovative practice, share ideas with colleagues and leave with practical suggestions to support student learning and success.

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Delegate Fees

The fee includes access to the recordings 3 working days after the event:

AoC member – per delegate – £165 + VAT
AoC member – for staff access up to 5 delegates – £575 + VAT
AoC member – for staff access up to 10 delegates – £990 + VAT

Non-member institution – per delegate – £265 + VAT
Non-member institution – for staff access up to 5 delegates – £675 + VAT
Non-member commercial – per delegate – £550 + VAT

We have a new cancellation policy for all online events with no cancellation fee up to a week prior to the event so you can book with peace of mind if your circumstances change.

“I really enjoyed the conference. The content was highly relevant and topical and it was great to get the information from both a strategic and practitioner viewpoint”

“A valuable and insightful two mornings, during which professionals were able to collaborate and share their ideas and their findings for the good of everyone - just what is needed for the FE sector to move forward”

“The AoC QTLA Conference 2021 had just the right balance of information, discussion and sharing of experiences. There was a broad range of speakers and a lively atmosphere in sessions. It was both invigorating and reassuring”