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Conferences & Masterclasses

Researched by our experienced conference producers our CPD certified conferences offer national policy and evidenced based research updates, best practice case study presentations and extended sessions delivered by high profile and experienced speakers leading in their field or area of practice.  Programmes provide delegates with practical guidance, tips and advice for improving services to ensure high quality care, experience and outcomes for adults and children, and ensure high quality networking opportunities. 

Facilitator led indepth, interactive masterclasses and training courses focussing on specific areas of practice and role development and offering practical teaching and coaching through case study exercises and groupwork. Our masterclasses allow more time for one-to-one discussion allowing time to reflect on individual cases, challenges and issues.

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Tue, 23 Apr 2024
Tue, 23 Apr 2024
Wed, 24 Apr 2024
Wed, 24 Apr 2024
Wed, 24 Apr 2024
Thu, 25 Apr 2024
Thu, 25 Apr 2024
Thu, 25 Apr 2024
Fri, 26 Apr 2024
Fri, 26 Apr 2024
Fri, 26 Apr 2024
Tue, 30 Apr 2024
Wed, 1 May 2024

Latest News

Menopause training should be mandatory says NEU
Tuesday 9 Apr 2024
The National Education Union will lobby for menopause training to be mandatory for all school leaders.
General secretary of the National Education Union (NEU) calls for inquiry into misogyny among young men in UK
Monday 8 Apr 2024
The General Secretary of the National Education Union (NEU) has called for an independent inquiry into misogyny among young men in UK, whilst also criticising the government for failing to tackle the issue of sexism and its spread online among children
New EHRC guidance on Menopause in the Workplace
Thursday 22 Feb 2024
New guidance on menopause in the workplace has been released by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).
Raising the attendance of disadvantaged pupils
Wednesday 30 Aug 2023
Disadvantaged pupils are more likely to miss school than their peers - but as you know, it's crucial that they are attending. Better understand the reasons behind non-attendance and what you can do to get more disadvantaged learners back in school and learning.

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