Free conference to support further education

Leading STEM: developing technical and vocational education and training

Conference for FE leaders

Monday 12 November, Postal Museum, London

Leading STEM is a must-attend conference for middle and senior leaders in Further Education, designed to help you increase the impact of your leadership in STEM.

With an impressive array of educational and industry experts alongside current practitioners and leaders, the conference will explore changes to the curriculum and wider landscape, updates on government policy and the support available through STEM Learning and the Education and Training Foundation (ETF).

Outstanding speakers include Bill Watkin (CEO of the Sixth Form College Association), Lloyd Dean (Head of Digital and Innovative Learning, EDF Energy), John Laramy (Principal, Exeter College), Paul Cocker (HMI, National Lead for Apprenticeships) and Kevin Burke (Policy Lead - T Level Professional Readiness, Department for Education)

We’re delighted to be supported by numerous practitioners from FE colleges who will share their insight and best practice. With a day of lively workshops and panel discussions, there will be lots of opportunity to network and develop your own strategy for the future.

Workshop sessions include:

  • What makes good careers guidance? Practical strategies for addressing the STEM skills deficit
  • Insight into employment - linking employability skills to the curriculum
  • Outstanding Teaching Learning and Assessment: OTLA Technical
  • Building Capacity Through Effective Employer Engagement: Teach Too

Join your peers for a captivating day and develop outstanding STEM provision for your own college. Held at the Postal Museum, your surroundings will be the very embodiment of technological developments over the last century.

Free for all leaders of FE colleges in London and surrounding areas.

To reserve your place at this conference, please visit here.

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