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Conferences and courses

June 19-July 3.

Strategic Leadership of ICT

The National Council for School Leadership and the British Educational and Communications Technology Agency are running three conferences to "raise the profile of the e-confident school" and promote the Strategic Leadership of ICT (SLICT) programme.

Venues : June 19 - Hilton Birmingham Metropole

June 30 - Newcastle Marriott Hotel

July 3 - Hilton London Metropole

To register for any of the events please visit www.pauljamesassociates.co.uk using password: econf and event code: 662197. For more information contact jayne.coppinger @ncsl.org.uk

July 1-4.

The Full Monty.

Newcastle upon Tyne will host the next Netskills Full Monty event, comprising four days of internet training workshops from novice level to experienced HTML authorship.

Further information, pricing and booking forms can be obtained from http:www.netskills.ac.ukworkshopsforthcoming.html.

September 24-25.

SETTShow.

The theme of the 2003 Scottish Education and Teaching with Technology Show is, "supporting professional development, supporting learning communities."

The show includes an extensive seminar programme and a huge exhibition of educational ICT products.

Venue: SECC, Glasgow.

Register for free entry at www.settshow.com Call 08700 100 297 for a seminar programme.

November 27-29.

Design and Technology with ICT Education Show. More than 130 exhibitors will attend this show, which brings together the latest equipment, technology and teaching aids, including resistant materials, CADCAM, food technology and graphics.

Venue: Hall 7, NEC, Birmingham. www.ichf.co.ukd+t

Contact ICHF on 01425 272 711 for details on exhibition stands ICT in Practice Awards.

The ICT in Practice Awards are organised by the British Educational and Communications Agency and are supported by The TES, Pearson and BT. Do you have an ICT star you would like to nominate for a pound;2,500 award (and pound;2,500 for your school)? www.becta.org.ukpracticeawards practiceawards@becta.org.uk

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