Conferences and seminars

7th April 2000 at 01:00
April 4

Curriculum 2000: funding 16-19 education

London

FEDA

Neil Stewart Associates

Maximising potential through mentoring

Salisbury College

01722 344283

(Sally Dunn)

April 5

Managing Your Open College Network Provision

Birmingham

Network Training

Curriculum 2000 opportunities in science

Chorley, Lancs

CENTRA

Developing a market response to best value

London

PSP Partnership Network

Hemming Group

April 6

Induction trainingfor governors

Chorley, Lancs

CENTRA

Using video production as a motivator and assessment tool

Wolverhampton

CENTRA

April 7

Delivering sport and recreation qualifications in colleges

LondonNetwork Training

Successful approaches to the new AAS level psychology

Birmingham

Network Training

World class accounting qualifications 2000 and beyond

London

NABSE

Managing teams

effectively

London

PCET

April 10

Teacher training in

Further and Adult Education: Annual National Conference

Birmingham

Network Training

Autism and Asperger's Syndrome

Chorley, Lancs

CENTRA

April 1112

Annual National Conference for heads of A-levels in FE and Sixth Form

Colleges

Tewkesbury

Network Training

APRIL 11

Supporting students with eating disorders

Gateshead

CENTRA

Information and communication technologies

Leicester

Niace

APRIL 12

Wiltshire highereducation fair

Salisbury College

01722 344324

(Kirsten Lager)

April 1314

GNVQ Advanced Co-ordinators' Annual National Conference

Tewkesbury

Network Training

April 13

Key skills - a survival kit

Birmingham

NABSE

Induction training for student governors

Chorley, Lancs

CENTRA

April 4

Classroom observation

Chorley, Lancs

CENTRA

MAY 3

Assessment management, NVQs

Chorley, Lancs

CENTRA

MAY 4

Governor training: directing and adding value to the core

business of the college

Chorley, Lancs

CENTRA

MAY 5

Being assertive

London

PCET

MAY 8

NVQs in construction: key skills 2000

Chorley, Lancs

ENTRA

Using appraisal for professional development of FE teachers

Chorley, Lancs

CENTRA

May 9

Managing health and safety for trips visits and activities

Chorley, Lancs

CENTRA

Students with mental health difficulties

Coventry

Network Training

Supporting students with eating disorders

Wolverhampton

CENTRA

MAY 12

Self assessment for engineering and construction

Chorley, Lancs

CENTRA

Inclusive learning

London

PCET

MAY 16

Managing and delivery of ESOL and EFL programmes

Birmingham

Network Training

MAY 17

Benchmarking academic standards for HE

London

QAANSA

MAY 19

Going flexible

London

PCET

MAY 23

The new Learning and Skills Council

London

Neil Stewart Associates

MAY 2425

Annual conference for heads with responsibility for students with learning

difficulties

Tewkesbury

Network Training

MAY 26

Managing a research project

London

PCET

Effectively managing student data

London

Network Training

JUNE 69

Current developments in Further Education and the business curriculum

Poole, Dorset

NABSE

(Annual Conference)

JUNE 7

National Engineering Conference 2000: promoting wider participation in

engineering

Birmingham

CENTRA

FEDA courses

Key Skills Training

Venues to be arranged: April 5, 6, 7, 12,13

Key Skills Update

North West Midlands: April 5

Disability Discrimination and FE

London: April 4

Taunton: April 6

Coventry: April 11

Accreditation for basic skills students

Venues to be aranged: April 12 amp; 13

Accreditation for students with learning difficulties

Venues to be arranged: May 3 amp; 4

London: May 12

Creating and managing a Web server

Bristol: May 3

Windows 2000 and operating systems essentials (three days)

London: May 3-5

Web designers workshop

Burton Manor College: May 8

Novell netware update (five days)

Reading: May 8-12

Novell Guide to Network

(five days)

Manchester:May 8-12

Entry level curriculum for students with severe learning difficulties

London:May 12


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