Conferences

24th February 1995 at 00:00
MARCH 4. CHILDREN'S SINGING DEVELOPMENT

Organised by and held at Homerton College, Cambridge for teachers, trainers and students. Talk by Graham Welch, Roehampton Institute, London plus workshops. Fee: Pounds 25. Details: Susan Round, 0223 411141.

MARCH 13

GLOBAL LESSONS FOR LOCAL PROBLEMS

Organised by Child Accident Prevention Trust at Country House Hotel, Kells, near Ballymena, County Antrim. A panel of child safety experts, including Professor Barry Pless, Children's Hospital, Montreal and Professor Terry Nolan, Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, will discuss what works in child accident and injury prevention. Fee: Pounds 50 (subsidised places for voluntary sector available). Details: Rosie Mercer, 0232 240503 ext. 2588.

MARCH 21

NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING

Organised by and held at Impact Training, Nescot Epsom Centre, Longmead Road, Epsom, Surrey. Topics include: how can Internet, videoconferencing and "Virtual" courses be used effectively in education? Speakers from British Telecom and IBM plus Dr Duane Hutton, on the experiences of New York schools using the Internet, and Professor Marc Eisenstadt, Open University. Fee: Pounds 115 + VAT. Details: Christine Smith, 081 394 3176.

MARCH 22-24

1995 ADMISSIONS TO HIGHER EDUCATION

Organised by Careers Research and Advisory Centre at Warwick University for admissions tutors, teachers and lecturers in schools and colleges, and careers advisers. It will explore the latest developments in admissions procedures and trends in graduate employment. Speakers include: Professor Sir Colin Campbell, vice-chancellor, Nottingham University. Fee: Pounds 249.10 (standard residential), Pounds 207.98 non-res. Details: 0223 460277.

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