Events Briefing 20/18

Published: 08 Nov 2018

AoC SEND Conference - Wednesday 12 December, London

  • Learn about the current concerns regarding high needs funding.
  • Gain the opportunity to hear about new ESFA high needs funding guidance.
  • Hear about ways in which some colleges are managing to overcome some of their high needs funding difficulties.
  • Establish more effective, joint working with Local Authorities.

For more information and to ensure your place at this event is secured, visit the conference website.

AoC Winter Finance Conference - Tuesday 29 January, London

The AoC Winter Finance Conference will showcase the role of the finance professional in driving change across the sector. The event will enable you to:

  • Get up to date details of the current funding landscape
  • Discuss how to effectively use the work placements capacity development fund
  • Learn how to plan and cost your curriculum most effectively and raise standards across your organisation.
  • Network with colleges from across the country to share and discuss ideas and approaches to the challenges faced.

Book your place today.

 

AoC Teaching, Learning and Assessment Conference – Tuesday 11 December, London

Programme highlights:

  • David Corke, Association of Colleges will provide an overview of Ofsted’s new education inspection framework.
  • Clare Parry, Pearson will focus on top tips for preparing students for external assessment.
  • Jon Childs, Activate Learning Group will explain how they are preparing teachers and students for external assessment and the challenges they are facing.

A choice of breakout sessions to attend, launching soon, will make it possible to tailor the programme to your needs. Sessions will include a look at learning technologies, approaches to English and maths and how to engage higher and lower level students.

Book your place today.

AoC Sport Curriculum Conference – Tuesday 29 January, Loughborough

This conference will explore how college sport departments have developed innovative and flexible study programmes to keep up to speed with the fast-changing sport and FE landscape.

By attending, delegates will gain:

  • Support and guidance in curriculum planning
  • Latest updates on the policies, funding and programmes that will affect curriculum delivery
  • An opportunity to network with colleagues from around the country
  • An understanding of how sport leaders and managers can influence all areas of the college curriculum

For more information and to ensure your place at this event is secured, visit the conference website.

AoC English and Maths Conference – Tuesday 5 February, London

This conference is an invaluable national event that brings together innovative speakers offering hands-on practical advice and learnings. It gives delegates a key chance to discuss with peers solutions to the English and maths challenges every college faces. Attend for a unique mix of strategic guidance on current policy and practical sessions.

For more information and to ensure your place at this event is secured, visit the conference website.