Wednesday, 20 April 2016

FW: Skills Award Conference

We're pleased to announce that the AGCAS Skills Award Conference 'Partnerships, Pedagogy and Practice - Making Awards Successful' is open for bookings via the AGCAS website

The one-day conference will be taking place on Monday 20th June at Manchester Metropolitan University.

The conference will feature:

* A range of workshops covering different aspects of partnerships, pedagogy, and practice that help support and grow the potential of skills awards for students.

* Eluned Jones, AGCAS President and keynote speaker.

* A mini presentation session setting the scene for a panel discussion of people across the sector to share their work and experiences with the delegates.

With ample downtime built into the day, the conference will be a fantastic opportunity to network with colleagues from across the UK and beyond on established and developing skills awards. Delegates will also get to see posters from a range of contributors showcasing a variety of good practice for their skills awards.

The programme can be viewed on the AGCAS website

Who should attend?

The range of topics covered means that this conference is useful for those thinking of developing a Skills Award as well as those with pre-existing Awards.

Best wishes,


(On behalf of the AGCAS Skills Award Task Group)

Sarah Jeffries-Watts
Programme Manager (Personal Skills Award & Online Development) Careers Network University of Birmingham

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