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Access to HE Conference 2018: Supporting the Transition to Higher Study

Access to HE Conference 2018: Supporting the Transition to Higher Study

Date: Thursday 5 April 2018

Time: 10.00-15.30

Royal Berkshire Conference Centre

This year’s Access to HE conference challenges participants to consider how Access to HE Diplomas can continue to:

  • support adults transitioning to higher study as changes to technical education are introduced
  • address the skills agenda
  • manage greater use of technology in pedagogy
  • manage funding changes.


Attendees can choose from two of the following workshops.

  • Addressing barriers to higher study
  • Developing independent study through technology – distance learning and social media
  • Developing aspiration – overcoming barriers to lifelong learning
  • Evaluating success – making use of data


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