Courses amp

3rd November 2000 at 00:00

Association of Colleges

Eastern Region

01480 468198

Contact: Christine Stewart

Cross-college curriculum and basic skills

West Midlands: Nov 29

Designing assignments for GNVQ science

St Ives, Cambs: Nov 21

Developing entry level curriculum

St Ives, Cambs: Dec 12

Developing your potentialadministrators and secretaries

St Ives,Cambs: Nov 23

GNVQ health and social care: working with groups

St Ives, Cambs: Dec 7

Implementing an anti-bullying policy

St Ives, Cambs: Nov 22

Introducing applied language optional units to GNVQ and AVCE

West Midlands: Nov 30

Managing stress - relaxation skills for professionals

St Ives, Cambs: Nov 14

Part I GNVQ: a working mode

Cambridge: Dec 13

Using progress file as focus for target setting

St Ives, Cambs: Nov 20


01257 241 428 (fax) 60 357


Another quiet year ineducation: review of recent changes

Chorley: Nov 23

Classroom observation

Duxbury: Nov 15

Harrogate: Nov 24

ICT and ILT in colleges

Duxbury: Nov 21

New GNVQ assessment arrangements

Duxbury: Nov 22

Raising achievement in FE science

Chorley: Nov 14

Skills amp; Stratagies forperformance review

Chorley: Nov 27

Year 2000: NVQs in construction

Wolverhampton: Nov 24


Characteristics of effective governance

Duxbury: Nov 15

Duxbury: Dec 4

Training needs analysis Duxbury: Nov 23

Duxbury: Dec 6

Induction training

Wolverhampton: Nov 9

Strategy and educational character

Chorley: Nov 21

Audit Committee

York: Nov 24

Clerk to the Corporation

Wolverhampton: Nov 30


0115 854 1626 (fax) 1617 Contact: Michelle Chesterfield

Accredited learning on-line

Derby: Nov 17

Construction-tutors network

Nottingham: Nov 16

European network

Nottingham: Nov 27

Funding issues

Nottingham: Nov 24

Inclusive learner

Nottingham: Dec 4

International marketing network

Nottingham: Nov 22

Quality network

Nottingham: Nov 29

Work-based learning

Nottingham: Dec 12

Working with learners experiencing mental health difficulties

Nottingham: Nov 28


0113 200 4157 e-mail:

Commercial Partnering

London: Nov 29

Crime on campus andstudent discipline

Leeds: Nov 14

Disability Discrimination Act: property issues

Manchester: Dec 12

Freedom of Information, data protection and regulation of investigatory

powers Act

London: Nov 23

Leeds: Dec 6

Human rights breakfast workshop

Newcastle: Dec 7


FEDA 020 7840 5381-3 (fax) 5406 BusinessICTretail (experienced teachers)

Sheffield: Nov 22

London: Dec 6

Governors: raising standards in FE

Birmingham: Nov 23

Co-ordinating IT Key Skills

London: Nov 30

Curriculum for skills development

London: Dec 8

Key skills: getting the message over

London: Dec 4

Target setting for colleges

Newcastle: Nov 23

Training the trainers

Milton Keynes: Dec 1

Best practice in maths

London: Nov 14

GNVQ key skills


Manchester: Nov 21

Leeds: Nov 22

Nottingham: Nov 30

London: Dec 5

Key skills at level 1

Leicester: Nov 23

Revised GNVQ

vocational A levels

London: Nov 15

Sheffield : Nov 23


01823 353354 e-mail: mail@

Curriculum support staff: meeting demands of your role effectively

London: Nov 8

Manchester: Nov 14

Birmingham: Nov 15

Funding OCN provision

Birmingham: Dec 6

Key skills for those new to key skils

London: Nov 10

Managing delivery and assessment of NVQs in English language

London: Nov 23

Birmingham: Dec 7

Travel and Tourism: the new vocational A-level

London: Nov 20

Manchester: Nov 29


01932 253250 e-mail:

Art amp; design, hair amp; beauty: changes to funding London: Nov 14

Dealing with difficultpeople

London: Nov 20

Hidden disabilities

London: Nov 30

How to developcommercial work

London: Nov 28

How to effectively manage projects

London: Nov 14

How to manage strategic performance

London: Nov 27

How to produce and use a business plan

London: Nov 17

How to provide quality management and effective leadership

London: Nov 13

Leading from the middle

London: Dec 12

Leisure amp; Tourism, Hotel amp; Catering: changes to funding 20002001

London: Nov 15

Motivating difficult and disaffected students

London: Nov 24

Non-violent (compassionate) communication

London: Dec 6

Student placements

London: Dec 5

Supporting students with Asperger's Syndrome

Manchester: Nov 17


Commercial partnering in the education sector

Chelsea FC: Nov 29

Arscott AssocsEversheds

Contact: Clare Peise, Quadrilect

Tel: 020 7242 4141

E-commerce within the curriculum

Birmingham: Nov 30


FE finance: key issues and developments

Banbury: Dec 1112

Network Training

Future of the college library

Birmingham: Dec 6

Network Training

Guiding A-level students into HE

Birmingham: Nov 21

Network Training

How to achieve opportunities for all

Manchester: Dec 15

Think FE

Improving retention and achievement targets

Birmingham: Dec 13

Network Training

Networking, widening access and participation

Birmingham: Nov 22


New quality arrangements: raising the standard

Birmingham: Dec 12


Widening participation: implications and implementation

Wigan: Dec 1


Generating alternative sources of funding

London: Nov 28

Network Training

Lecturers in secretarial and administrative programmes:

annual conference

Birmingham: Nov 28

Network Training

Managing and delivery of ESOL

London: Nov 13

Network Training

PA to the principal:

annual conference

Chester: Dec 7-8

Network Training

Race equality Birmingham: Nov 24


Supporting students with dyslexia in FE

Birmingham: Nov 28

Network Training

Training early yearsstudents

Bath: Dec 5 amp; 6

Network Training


lsc: 100 days to go

The launch of the Learning and Skills Council is only weeks away. This conference will give participants a chance to shape decisions that will be made during its first year of operation. Delegates will focus on the planned implementation of the Government's reforms, shaping the skills agenda and workforce development, the future design of New Deal and other employability programmes and provision for the most disadvantaged. The main emphasis will be on small discussion groups, case study presentations and networking opportunities.

Organiser: Training and Employment Network, PO Box 30069, 89 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7WR

Venue: TUC, Gt Russell St, London WC1

Date: Thurs-Fri December 14-15

Bookings: Fill in form at


Announcements of events to be featured here should be faxed to Janet Buckelew college Manager 020 7782 3200 e-mail Reader Reply No. CM604

We welcome contributions from colleges wishing to publicise courses, seminars and conferences


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