Courses and conferences

5th January 2001 at 00:00
We welcome contributions from colleges wishing to publicise courses, seminars and conferences

Performance management for individuals

London: Jan 11

ThinkFE

Evaluation of

non-schedule 2 pilots and the way forward

Cambridge: Jan 19

Acer

Supporting young

people and adults with disabilities

Cambridge: Jan 23

Acer

Managing and

recording work-based learning

London: Jan 25

ThinkFE

New quality standards: raising the standards Birmingham: Mar 01 2001

Nabse

Complete Support E-commerce in the curriculum

Birmingham: April 05

Nabse

ACRA National

Conference for

Examinations Officer

London: Feb 2627

Post-16 recruitment

Birmingham: Jan 29

Network Training

New inspection regime

London: Feb 07

Network Training

Assisting refugees

in FE

Birmingham: Feb 27

Network Training

Complementary

therapy

Birmingham: March 06

Network Training

Quality governance

in the new era

Thame: March 1213

Acra

acer

Association of Colleges in the Eastern Region01480 468198Contact: Christine

Stewart

Managing stress: strategies and techniques

St Ives, Cambs: Jan 15

Media qualifications update: reviewing GNVQ intermediateAVCE

St Ives, Cambs: Jan 17

Flexibility

and coherence:

curriculum key stage 4

St Ives, Cambs: Jan 18

Supporting students with eating disorders

St Ives, Cambs: Jan 24

Assessing and grading GNVQAVCE science

St Ives, Cambs: Jan 26

Facing continuous change and staying energised

St Ives, Cambs: Jan 31

Governors'guide:

Living with the Learning and Skills Council

St Ives, Cambs: Feb 1

Designing assignments for GNVQAVCE science

St Ives, Cambs: Feb 6

National diploma in media: review of proposed changes 2001

St Ives, Cambs: Feb 8

Part One GNVQ

Bury St Edmunds: Feb 9

NHS Trust supporting delivery of GNVQ health and social care

Birmingham: Feb 12

Strategies for managing difficult pupils and classes

St Ives: Feb 13

Assessing key skills portfolios

St Ives: Feb 15

Supporting dyslexic students in the classroom

West Midlands: Feb 16

CENTRA

01257 241 428 (fax) 60 357

e-mail: billc@centra.org.uk

LinkUp: good practice in community education

Chorley: Jan 16

Internal standards

moderation in new GNVQAVCE

Chorley: Jan 17

Wolverhampton: Feb 21

The search continues

York: Jan 17

Induction training

Duxbury: Jan 18

York: Feb 06

Ofsted inspection

in colleges

Duxbury: Jan 22

Raising achievement through teaching and learning

Gateshead: Jan 22

Chester: Feb 16

Inclusive learning: the inclusive teacher

Gateshead: Jan 23

NVQ assessment update

Wolverhampton: Jan 23

Key skills in NVQ programmes

Wolverhampton: Jan 26

Fair play at work

Duxbury: Jan 31

Wolverhampton: Feb 23

Student Governors

London: Feb 01

The finance committee

Duxbury: Feb 07

Strategy and

educational

character

York: Feb 20 EMFEC

0115 854 1626 (fax) 1617 Contact: Michelle Chesterfield

Widening participation

Nottingham: Jan 22

Delivering OCR Clait

Nottinghm: Jan 30

Construction

tutors' network

Nottingham: Feb 06

GNVQ media update

Nottingham: Feb 27 NETWORK TRAINING

01823 353354 e-mail:

mail@ network-training.ac.uk

Standardisation

of key skills

London: Jan 24

Writing effective

computer-based

learning materials

London: Jan 25

Manchester: Feb 09

Raising achievement: art and design

Gloucester: Jan 2627

Supporting adults

to achieve

Birmingham: Jan 29

Students with

learning difficulties

Birmingham: Feb 01

Preferred

learning styles

London: Feb 15

Health and social care

London: Feb 16

Managing people, paper and pressure

Sheffield: Feb 2728 NIACE

Regional seminars on LSC, voluntary and community sector

Liverpool: Jan 24

Leeds: Jan 25

Middlesbrough : Jan 31

Birmingham: Feb 14

Bristol: Feb 15

Guildford: Feb 20

London: Feb 22

Online learning and social exclusion

Middlesbrough: Jan 31

ICT dissemination

Leicester: Feb 23

Benchmarking in LEA:

secured education

London: Feb 27

THINKFE

01932 253250 e-mail: think-fe@thkconsult.co.uk

Changes to funding 20002001

London: Jan 12

Pre-16s in FE:managing disruptive behaviour

London: Jan 19

New model GNVQ for part-time lecturers

London: Jan 24

for VI form colleges

London: Jan 25

Hidden disabilities

London: Jan 25

Managing disruptive behaviour in libraries and RBL workshops

London: Jan 30

Strategic performance management

London: Feb 1

Additional funding through partnerships

London: Feb 2

Basic skills

Manchester: Feb 09

Training development needs analysis

London: Feb 13

E-learning

London: Feb 20

Standards retention

and achievement

in engineering

London: Feb 21

SOUTHAMPTON CITY

COLLEGE

023 8057 7303

e-mail: alison.stratford@southampton-city.ac.uk

Taste IT - FREE

computer courses

Saturday morning

courses - until

Summer 2001

An introduction

to the Internet

An Introduction to

Windows NT98 and Office 97

An introduction to using a new PC

UNIVERSITY OF

GREENWICH

020 8331 9290

e-mail: bm52@gre.ac.uk

Contact: Nikky Bailey:

Introduction to counselling skills

Jan 12

Understanding how

people learn

Feb 16

Managing disruptive behaviour

Feb 23

Changing seminars

Mar 9

Group dynamics

Mar 30

RSA

Active citizenship: force for change

London: Jan 31

020 7451 6868

Tomorrow's

professions

London: Feb 07

020 7451 6868

Get on-line or get lost

Birmingham: Feb 13

0121 600 7512

Contacts:

Acra 020 8541 4940

Nabse 0121 776 7766

Niace 0116 204 4291

ACER 01480 46885contact: Christine Stewart

CENTRA

01257 241 428 (fax) 60 357

e-mail: billc@centra.org.uk

FEDA 020 7840 5381-3 (fax) 5406

EVERSHEDS

0113 2004157

contact: SharonBancroft

Neil StewartAssociates (NSA) 020 7698 3036

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

NABSecomplete support 0121 776 7766

Network Training 01823 353354 e-mail: mail@ network-training.ac.uk

NIACE 0116 204 4291


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