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AoC SEND Conference 2022

Venue: Online via Zoom

Date: 06 December 2022

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

Fee: Starting from £165 + VAT

Part 1 - Tuesday 6 December, 09:30 - 12:30
Part 2 - Wednesday 7 December, 09:30 - 12:30

This year’s annual SEND Conference will take place online across two mornings and will look at both policy and practice and in the world of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

We will be joined by Lisa Thom, SEND Review Policy Team Leader from the Department for Education and you will be able to hear the latest news about coming policy changes in the light of this year’s SEND and Alternative Provision green paper, as well as practical sessions relevant to the whole range of students in our sector.

We will have experts on provision for particular cohorts of students, as well as speakers looking at how including the needs of those with SEND can intersect with other strands of diversity. More than one in four college students have a special educational need or a disability, so all teachers are SEND teachers!

Throughout the conference there will be an emphasis on discussion and lively debate – SEND is a diverse field and it is one of our strengths that we have such a rich variety of ideas.

Join the conversation and stay up-to-date with the latest news: @AoC_Info

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.



Testimonials from past delegates

"Great conference. Excellent speakers, relevant and interesting topics"
J Wright, South & City College Birmingham

"Always a useful annual event with informative speakers and relevant break out sessions."
Rosemary Partin, Waltham Forest College

"Great way to keep the conversation going about ways to improve inclusion for all learners."
Trudi Rose-Porter, Suffolk New College