CPD Event Calendar
Use our CPD event calendar to find upcoming industry events to attend to help support your CPD requirements
Education CPD Events in October 2020
TES SEN London Show 2020
9th Oct 2020 09:00 | MA Exhibitions
With an inspirational mix of seminars taking place across both days of the show; the CPD certified seminar programme at TES SEN Show will provide attendees with an unrivalled opportunity to hear from acclaimed SEN experts; each covering topics vital to enhancing best practice and supporting provision. TES SEN is the must-attend annual event for everyone in the special educational needs’ community.
2nd Annual Climate Risk Summit
12th Oct 2020 08:00 | The Economist
Climate change will reshape every aspect of the global economy; from politics to migration; financing to supply chains; Markets are demanding greater transparency on the climate risks that firms face; So too are regulators: in 2019 the Bank of England announced plans for climate stress tests for banks; Such demands will only increase; Over two and a half days; The Economist will ask what role should governments and central banks play in embedding climate-change data into financial decision-making? How can companies overcome the first-mover disadvantage associated with publishing their risk exposures? Does technology reinvent the rules of risk management? And; how can the public and private sectors work together to combat the greatest risk of them all? Points of discussion at this year’s summit:What climate risk data is out there and how should it be built into an organisation’s decision architecture? Where are the data gaps? How are business leaders; regulators and policymakers responding to the challenges that they face around physical and transition risk? How are companies responding to TCFD? How are manufacturing companies forecasting resource scarcity? The energy incumbents are making increasingly bold pledges towards carbon neutrality; How will they manage that transition? How should physical and transition risks be integrated into supply chain management? How could legal risks around the business response to climate change unfold?