Conferences and courses

2nd May 2003 at 01:00
May 7-July 3

The ICT Procurement Process

The Independent Procurement Advisory Service is running 12 free seminars across England for head teachers and ICT co-ordinators. Topics will include achieving good practice in ICT procurement and how to use the resources available on the IPAS website effectively in schools.

http:ipas.ngfl.gov.uk

Starting May

Strategic Management of ICT in the Secondary School

Last chance to apply for a place on this module offered by the Institute of Education. It counts towards the MA ICT in education.

www.compassed.netsmict

June 13

Becta Annual Research Conference

The British Educational Communications and Technology Agency's annual research conference will include presentations of UK and international research projects with findings relevant to effective classroom practice using ICT.

Venue: TUC Congress Centre 28 Great Russell Street, London WC1

research@becta.org.uk; www.becta.org.uk

September 24-25

SETT Show

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. There's also a free programme of lectures.

Venue: Hall 7, NEC, Birmingham

www.ichf.co.ukd+t

Contact ICHF on 01425 272 711 for details on exhibition stands

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