With sessions specific to FE, young learners, the pathways sector and business English, you are bound to find what you're looking for at the English UK Annual Conference & AGM 2016.
Front line directors from leading business English training centres will take on some of the critical issues facing our industry, from the changing needs of international companies to the impact of digital learning on the classroom in the future of business English elective session.
Dig into the data with John Phillips of INTO University Partnerships to understand trends in the UK pathway sector across markets, programmes, disciplines and recruitment channels, uncovering underlying reasons and forecasting future trends.
Are you thinking of taking on (more) junior students? It can make sense financially but, as young learner specialist Nigel Heritage will outline, it comes with greater responsibilities and more inspection criteria. In this elective session, Anna Goodband, principal at The Liverpool School of English, will also share her personal, first-time journey from a year round adult centre to seasonal junior multi centres, looking at the challenges and demands of leading a junior multi-centre through an inspection.
And if you are part of a Further Education college, English UK and the Association of Colleges are joining forces to create a new FE focus group. Join this session to discuss the group's structure and primary aims, whether business development, sector lobbying, CPD or the general opportunity to network and share ideas with colleagues.
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