The future of adult and community learning


Westminster Employment Forum Keynote Seminar

The future of adult and community learning



Judith Compton, Assistant Director, UK Commission for Employment and Skills; David Hughes, Chief Executive Officer, NIACE; Frank McLoughlin, Principal, City and Islington College and Chair, Commission on Adult Vocational Teaching and Learning and Eoin Parker, Deputy Director, Pre-employment and Skills, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills


Professor Alan Brown, University of Warwick; Nicola Bryant, Birmingham City Council; Professor Karen Evans, University of London; Tricia Hartley, Campaign for Learning; Clare Latham, Cheshire West and Chester Council; Adrian Lockwood, Integration Technology and Oxfordshire Skills Board; Ros Parker, Aspire Sussex; Ruth Spellman, Workers’ Educational Association; Paula Whittle, Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College; Dereth Wood, learndirect and a senior speaker confirmed from Exeter College


Chaired by:

Gordon Marsden MP, Shadow Minister for Further Education, Skills and Regional Growth


This event is CPD certified


Morning, Tuesday, 10th September 2013

Central London


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Dear Dr Houston


I am writing to ensure you don’t miss the above seminar if you are able to attend. Please note there is a charge for most delegates, although concessionary and complimentary places are available (subject to terms and conditions - see below).


This timely conference follows the release of the Commission on Adult Vocational Teaching and Learning’s final report and will focus on the findings of the report, including best practice in adult learning, improving links between colleges and businesses, the role of technology in supporting adult learning and improving the quality of teaching in the sector overall.


The agenda includes a keynote address from the Chair of the Commission, Frank McLoughlin, Principal, City and Islington College.


The seminar will bring together further key policymakers with stakeholders including colleges, trade unions, employers, local authorities and training providers.

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