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MAY 15 AND 17. LECTURERS IN MATHEMATICS. GNVQS: VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING TOWARDS THE MILLENNIUM

Organised by Network Training at Forte Crest Hotel, Birmingham, and Swallow International Hotel, London SW5 respectively. Speakers at the first include Brian Holland, regional director mathematics, Southern Examining Group; and, at the second, Dr Nick Tate, chief executive, School Curriculum and Assessment Authority. Fee: Pounds 145 + VAT; Pounds 165 + VAT. Details: Penni Blythe, 01823 353354.

MAY 16

DRUGS, SEX AND HIV EDUCATION FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Organised by Daniels Publishing at Cambridge Professional Development Centre, Trumpington, Cambridge, for teachers, lecturers, trainers, governors, youth and social workers. Speakers include: Ruth Joyce, regional drug adviser for Cambridge, and Paul Hooper, project director of Smoke Free Birmingham. Fee: Pounds 85. Details: Michael Pye, 01223 467144.

MAY 17

TRACING THE PATHWAYS FROM EDUCATION TO WORK

Organised by Quality Event Management at National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull. Speakers include: Linda Ammon, head of careers, Department of Employment education department; Stephen Mellor, head of careers, Department for Education; and Madeleine King, Further Education Funding Council. Fee: Pounds 117.50 + VAT. Accommodation available for Pounds 55. Details: 01768 890049.

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