Posted : 12 yearsago by adriananderson
We are delighted to confirm two further keynote speakers to our conference programme.
Professor Alison Halstead, Chair of the Skills Commission Inquiry into technical and higher level skills and Pro-Vice Chancellor for Learning, Teaching & Innovation at Aston University has agreed to provide an address on The Skills Commission Report on Technical Higher Level Skills – the impact upon policy, implementation and in the context of the HE White Paper.
Simon Witts, Director, City & Guilds for Business will speak about the role of awarding organisations in the development of the kills of the workforce at levels 4-8, in the context of the HE White Paper, partnerships with HE and FE and individual and employer need.
A copy of the current programme and further information about the conference can be found on our conference page.
1 days ago, Mandy Crawford-Lee
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