Future Talent LIVE: inspiring insights to help support you to deliver your careers strategy

Future Talent LIVE

The inaugural Future Talent LIVE conference, designed to bridge the gap between the worlds of education and employment, is taking place on Thursday 4 October 2018 in London.

Providing invaluable CPD for head teachers, careers leaders, chairs of governors and education leaders, Future Talent LIVE brings insights from inspiring speakers including Sir Clive Woodward, Alastair Campbell, Margaret Heffernan and other thought leaders from sport, media, the arts, business and society.

Hear how you can increase the impact of your leadership at all levels, develop your own leadership skills, create a positive culture around mental health, and future-proof yourselves and your students for the changing world of work.

STEM Learning will also be running a panel discussion to explore how we can place STEM at the heart of a broad and balanced curriculum.

Yvonne Baker, STEM Learning's Chief Executive said:

“At STEM Learning, we strongly believe in the importance of bringing school and business leaders together, which is why we are delighted to be supporting the Future Talent LIVE conferences.

“Having the opportunity to share experiences and insights can empower schools, colleges and businesses to work together in ways which provide the best possible support to young people.” 

Future Talent LIVE conferences are entirely free for education leaders to attend, and October 2018 marks the first of a series of large-scale national Future Talent LIVE conferences around the UK.

Our school and business leaders can learn much from one another, and we want to develop and inspire those leaders to ultimately drive greater opportunity for our country's young people.

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