We’re delighted to be back on the road, and we attended several exciting events last month, including the AoC Annual Conference and the EdTech Summit. Find out more about our key takeaways from these conferences and discover where we’ll be in December. You can also access our exclusive discount offer for upcoming Campaign for Learning workshops.
AoC Annual Conference
In November, our Chief Strategy Officer Philip Le Feuvre was invited to speak on a panel of experts at the AoC Annual Conference, discussing the hot topic of ‘What’s the future of assessment?’. Read more on the session here.
AoC Employer Engagement Conference - 14-15 December
We’re looking forward to the AoC Employer Engagement Conference on 14-15 December, where EPA Relationship Manager, Craig Miller, will be delivering a breakout session on ‘How can good employer relationships support apprentices to success?’. In this session, Craig will cover how to build relationships with employers, and why this is so important. We’ll also look at how employers can get the most out of working with an end-point assessment organisation and what the benefits are to having this close working relationship. Finally, we’ll discuss the important parts of the apprenticeship journey that employers should be aware of. Book your place at this event now.
Campaign for Learning workshops – special discount available
Our friends at the Campaign for Learning are offering a special discount for NCFE newsletter readers on their events this year and next. To receive 5% off, use the discount code: 5CONFNCFE
Join the 'Engaging with...' events to explore good practice examples, resources and tips on how to improve your engagement with members of your community to influence and create change within your setting:
- 10 February - Engaging with Fathers and Male Carers
- 10 March - Engaging with Gypsy and Traveller people and communities
Or you can join their workshops to help boost learning experiences for families:
- 20 January - Love Learning About Money
- 26 January - Solving Real Life Challenges with Family Learning STEM
Find out more about the Campaign for Learning events here.