Conferences

9th October 1998 at 01:00
NOVEMBER 4 RESOURCES ARE HUMAN TOO

Organised by Learning Research Development Group at Britannia Hotel, Birmingham, to examine trends in college human resource planning, management and development and the role of learning resources. Speakers include: Tony Pitcher, principal and chief executive, South East Essex College. Fee: Pounds 95, Pounds 75 subscribers. Details: Jenny Cronin, 01625 433116.

NOVEMBER 7-MARCH 6 HOW TO DO DRUGS!

Hope UK, a national drugs education charity, is running Drugnet conferences and workshops for youth workers. Presentations will deal with attitudes and techniques and provide training and materials. Venues include: Plymouth, Eastbourne, Leicester, Blackpool,Camden (London NW1), Southwark (SE1), Olympia (W14) and Chessington, Surrey. Details: Liz Wynyard or Lindsay Taylor, 0171 928 0848.

FEBRUARY 25-27 LIFELONG LEARNING: INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SCHOOLS

Organised by European Research Institute for Lifelong Learning at Bremen University, Germany. Details: Dr Eva Kammler, Bremen University, 00 49 421 218 3162; e-mail: kammler@uni-bremen.de

APRIL 12-16 SHARING RESEARCH IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: CALL FOR PAPERS

Symposia at this international conference at Warwick University will include: constructing and deconstructing childhood; learning and problem solving in early childhood; developing scientific, mathematical or technological thinking; and national policies and training frameworks. Abstracts of approximately 300 words are invited by October 31. Details: Elizabeth Coates, 01203 523800; registration, Donna Jay, 01203 523800.

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