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8th September 2000 at 01:00
We welcome contributions from colleges wishing to publicise courses, seminars and conferences.

NCB

Social Inclusion: Pupil Support

Kent: Sept 26

Lancaster: Oct 3

Norwich: Oct 17

Bournemouth: Nov 1

Bridlington: Nov 7

London: Nov 24

Birmingham: Nov 28

National Children's BureauDFEEAudit CommissionYouth Justice Board.

Contact: Tamsin MacDonald Tel: 0207 843 6092

FEDA

Governors: data awareness

Taunton: Sept 13

Warwick: Sept 19

Moving on in business education

Leeds: Sept 20

Birmingham: Sept 21

London: Sept 25

Key skills support programme: GNVQ

Liverpool: Sept 25

TBA: Sept 27

NIACE

Briefings on Socrates and Grundtvig: EU vocational programmes

Belfast: Sept 5

Manchester: Sept 7

Barnsley: Sept 8

Birmingham: Sept 11

Norwich: Sept 12

Cardiff: Sept 14

Harlech: Sept 15

Family learning

Leicester: Sept 26

London: Nov 23

The learning age and the voluntary sector

London: Nov 1

Outreach: methods inwidening participation

Reading: Dec 5

Prescribing learning for adults: GPs' role

London: Dec 13

Widening participation in higher education

Leeds: Nov 11

Online learning and social exclusion

Middlesbrough: Jan 31, 2001

Widening access for women learners

Birmingham: Mar 7

CENTRA

Classroom observation for teachers and lecturers

Chorley: Sept 14

Induction training for student governors

Wigan: Sept 22

Supporting children with eating disorders

Chorley: Sept 26

Harrogate: Oct 3

Wolverhampton: Nov 7

Ofsted inspection in FE colleges

Chorley: Sept 28

Assertiveness in colleges and schools

TBA: Sept 28

Chorley: Nov 2

Supporting the dyslexic student in the classroom

Chorley: Oct 9

Harrogate : October 10

Thinking skills: making the most of your mind

Chorley: Oct 12

Reducing disruptive behaviour in colleges

Chorley: Oct 13

Creativity in learning

Chorley: Oct 16

NVQ assessment update

Chorley: Oct 17

Practical market research for post-16 institutions

Chorley: Oct 19

New generation NVQ in construction

Chorley: Nov 6

Inclusion and regeneration

Bradford: November 6

Chorley: November 8

Classroom observation: FE and schools

London: November 6

Harrogate: November 24

Developing employability skills

Chorley: Nov 9

The future of work

Chorley: Nov 16

The new GNVQ assessment arrangements

Chorley: Nov 22

Dealing with students with emotional problems

Chester: Dec 78

NETWORK TRAINING

Applying the new FEFC funding methodology

London: Sept 28

Birmingham: Oct 18

London: Oct 30

Mancheter: Nov 10

Management and administration of examinations and assessment officers

Bath: Oct 1617

Effectively managing student data

London: Oct 31

Preferred styles of learning to improve performanceretention rates

Birmingham: Oct 31

London: Nov 9

Sheffield: Dec 12

Raising retention and achievement: Superteacher model for FE

London: Nov 8

Teachers into managers

Nottingham: Nov 910

EMFEC

Key skills in GNVQ and advanced GNVQ (AVCE)

Nottingham: Sept 26

Funding issues

Nottingham: Sept 27

More effective behaviour management

Nottingham: Oct 2

Designing non-subject specific assignments (GNVQAVCE)

Nottingham: Oct 4

Health is your business

Mansfield: Oct 27

Developing the KS4 curriculum

Nottingham: Nov 2

Computer legislation

Nottingham: Nov 3

CONFERENCES

Action on access: from practice into policy

Nottingham: Oct 6

Niace

Nilta annual conference

Hinckley Oct 8-10

UFI futures event

Hinkley: Oct 10

Nilta

Learning and mental health: promotion, quality and partnership

London: Oct 10

Niace

National engineering conference 2000

Birmingham:Oct 11

Centra

The new FE:another jigsaw - where are we now?

London: Oct 12

NabseLCCI EB

Guild of Bricklayers national conference

Grantham: Oct 20

Emfec

Towards the virtual college

Solihull: Oct 26

Nabse

Learning 2010 : The impact of new technology

London: Nov 2

Feda

E-commerce within the curriculum

Birmingham: Nov 9

NabseEdexcel

Association of Colleges annual conference

Harrogate: Nov 21-23

Contact: NSA

Collaboration, networking, widening access and participation

Birmingham: Nov 22

Nabse

Race equality annual conference

Birmingham: Friday November 24

Niace

Niace annual autumn conference

London : Dec 6

New inspection and quality arrangements

Birmingham: Dec 12

Nabse

Niace annual spring conference

Coventry: Mar 29-30 2001

Young adult learners annual conference

London: April 4

Niace

CONTACTS

CENTRA

01257 241 428 (fax) 60 357

e-mail: billc@centra.org.uk

NIACE

0116 204 4291

EMFEC

0115 854 1626 (fax) 1617

Contact: Michelle Chesterfield

NEIL STEWART ASSOCIATES (NSA)

0207 698 3036

e-mail: anna.totten@neilstewart associates.co.uk

NABSE

0121 776 7766

Network Training 01823 353354

e-mail: mail@ net work training.ac.uk

NILTA

0113 234 3598 email:val@nilta.org.uk

Announcements of publications or events to be featured here should be faxed to Janet Buckelew college Manager 0207 782 3200 e-mail furthereduc@tes.co.uk


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