Grateful thanks to Prevista for supporting our lecture/debate series which will be taking place between February-April 2018 on professional and technical education and skills, in partnership with the City and Guilds of London Institute and The City University.
We will present three events each with a linked focus. The first is about the ‘essential enabler’ – careers education and advice; the second deals with the 14-19 technical education and skills reforms; the third and final event looks at the whole journeyfrom 14-19 to graduate and post-graduate apprenticeships, asking the question – revolution or re-brand? Speakers, panels and audiences will be practitioners from across the education and training sector together with employers and policy-makers.
Since the 1980s, in government, there have been 19 ministers for schools and 19 ministers for HE. For FE, employment and skills, there have been 65 ministers. During the same period responsibility for FE, employment and skills has been changed or shared with some 11 different government departments. Is it any wonder that we always seem to take two steps forward and three back? It is time to join together to make the reforms work and only the practitioners can do that. The three events are all timed for 6pm – 8pm followed by drinks and networking, and all will be held at the City University, Northampton Square, London EC1V 0HB. The dates are:
Wednesday 7 February.
Wednesday 28 March.
Tuesday 24 April.
If you would like to attend, please contact Mark Sargeant, Director of Business Development, Partnerships and Marketing at email@example.com
To understand more about The Worshipful Company of Educators please view our website at www.co-educators.com
Application forms can be downloaded from the website.
Susan Fey OBE, FCGI
Master Educator 2017/18
and Non-executive Chair, Prevista Board
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