Conferences

14th March 1997 at 00:00
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.

MARCH 22

PURSUING PARTNERSHIP

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.

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