MARCH 18 POST-16 FUNDING AND PROVISION: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE
Organised by National Union of Teachers at Mander Hall, Hamilton House, London WC1. Speakers include: Stephen Kershaw, Department for Education and Employment; Quentin Thompson, Coopers and Lybrand; Michael Collier, Funding Agency for Schools; and Philippa Cordingley, education consultant. Fee: Pounds 50-Pounds 75 non-members. Details: Edith Badgie, 0171 380 4719.
Organised by National Association for Special Educational Needs Parent Partnership Interest Group at Quaker Intenational Centre, Byng Place, London WC1. The day includes a book launch and the Interest Group AGM. Fee: Pounds 40, Pounds 35 members, Pounds 20 parents. Details: Sally Beveridge, 0113 2334545.
APRIL 10-11 NEW CENTURY, NEW TECHNOLOGY: SAME OLD WORLD?
Organised by NIACE, the national organisation for adult learning, at Conference Park, Warwick University, Coventry. Speakers include: Naomi Sargant, honorary senior research fellow, NIACE, and visiting professor, Open University. Fee: from Pounds 110 non-residential to Pounds 199 residential. Details: Celestine Harris, 0116 204 4223.
APRIL 12 INTEGRATING SCHEMAS INTO QUALITY PRACTICE Organised by and held at Pen Green Centre for under-fives and their families, Corby, Northants. Speakers: Tina Bruce, consultant in early childhood education, author and researcher; and Margy Whalley, Pen Green director of research, with Pen Green parents. Plus a choice of six workshops. Fee: Pounds 99.87. Details: 01536 400068.