It will explore: 'Redesigning the Future of Education and Skills'. This two-day conference and exhibition is a celebration of vocational learning, mixed with cutting-edge discussion on innovations to enhance vocational learning outcomes.
Expect to learn, debate and participate in a range of interactive indoor and outdoor sessions and activities, through a choice of over 90 workshops, seminars, learning activities, discussion and hands-on practical sessions. It will do all this through three topic strands:
1. Access – Retention – Achievement 2. Innovation – Creativity – Learning 3. Employability – Skills – Industry Sectors.
In addition to inspirational and thought-provoking key note speakers, the programme offers active professional learning, discussion and hands-on sessions, including:
(Probably) the best ... lesson series A focus on student mental health Digital futures Mindfulness sessions Employer engagement Work-based learning Walk and Talk discussion sessions Outdoor learning: Latest research and practice Industry sector skills The future of colleges and universities Creativity in learning Film screenings Loads of free learning and teaching resources
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Our media partner is TES: https://www.tes.com/news/further-education/breaking-news/programme-college-expo-launched
Our exhibition will feature a wide range of educational partners and suppliers, including: Scottish Drama Training Network, Google, SQA, Ecorys, Robertson Trust, Tree of Knowledge, qdp, AoC Create.
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Speakers: Sir William Atkinson, labelled the UK's most successful headteacher, Dr Stephen Breslin, CEO, Glasgow Science Centre, Shirley-Anne Somerville MSP, Miniser for Further Education, Higher Education and Science, Josh Quigley, mental health survivor, Dr Ken Thomson, Principal, Forth Valley College, Garry Coutts, Chair of Court, University of Highlands and Islands
Category: Conferences, Education
VenueQueen Margaret University
AddressMusselburgh, Edinburgh, East Lothian,
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