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Education CPD Events in January 2018

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • Purchasing Management Services

    Introduction to Effective Purchasing

    ‘Introduction to Effective Purchasing’ is a three day face to face training event covering a range of core procurement subjects needed by anyone involved in the purchase of goods; materials and services. It will rapidly equip attendees with knowledge and skills to make an impact in their business. Subjects include sourcing suppliers; producing RFQ’s and purchase orders; total acquisition cost; quality; ethics; negotiation and contract law. The event is a stimulating mix of lecturing input; Q&A sessions and team exercises and presented by a qualified purchasing professional with years of experience gained at a senior level in high-profile organisations.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Culture under Fire

    From the recent destruction of Palmyra and the looting of the National Museum of Iraq; cultural artefacts are one of the many casualties of armed conflict. What exactly is cultural property and whose property is it? How should we weigh its value against other priorities during times of conflict? What risks should be taken to protect it and who is responsible for rebuilding and restoring when the conflict is over? Our speakers discuss the political and ethical issues around culture in war zones.

  • ITE-Exhibitions

    Bett UK

    Bett UK is a 4 day; free to attend exhibition; with seminar content running across the following stages from 10am- 6pm. Seminars are led by industry experts presenting their ideas/research/case studies as well as interviews & Q&A sessions. There are networking opportunities across the show for people to meet and share ideas/ best practice. Sponsors host breakfasts; lunches and drinks at the event to further networking and learning opportunities.

  • ITE-Exhibitions

    The Education Show 2019

    For the first time in 28 years the UK’s leading and largest summit for senior leadership teams; school business managers; and middle management moves to London on the 24th and 25th January 2019.The Education Show is solely dedicated and designed to make every aspect and function of school life a success through showcasing the best products on the market alongside game-changing CPD sessions. With the Education Show running alongside Bett; Europe’s biggest EdTech festival; it presents an unmissable chance for those in education to be part of positive change at a local and global scale. The event is content-driven; with 30 minute sessions across three theatres carefully programmed by using our research with the industry to select appropriate themes and potential speakers. There will be a mixture of sponsored sessions from solution providers and we advise to put forward a practitioner/ educator as their speaker. All sessions across the show are free-to-attend for educators. Based upon our research the leading theme for The Education Show 2019 is: Embedding a Change Culture for Improved School Outcomes – through robust financial management; personalised pedagogies and policy.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Being Alone

    From Augustine to Kant; philosophy has cherished the image of the deep thinker immersed in solitudinous reflection. But how does solitude differ from loneliness? And in an age of increasing social atomization can we think about our lonely condition in ways that might allow us to overcome it? We explore the idea of loneliness as an aesthetic and socio-political phenomena; as well as an existential question.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    What do the Italian Elections Mean for Europe?

    Italy will hold its next general election no later than spring 2018. What are the potential outcomes and likely implications for Italy and Europe?

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