AELP’s events, conferences and webinars are key in providing members with the most up-to-date and key developments within the sector and are an integral part of AELP’s membership offering. Members do, of course, receive significantly reduced delegate fees to attend.
Our experienced events team deliver over 100 events per year, including three annual conferences; Spring, Autumn and during the summer, our two-day National Conference which is a must-attend key strategic event within the Skills and Employability sector calendar delivering to nearly 600 attendees per day. Full AELP members receive one complimentary place to attend both days which is worth over £560.00 - a significant saving when compared to many of our membership fees.
Events are topical and delivered by high profile and experienced speakers or facilitators and always provide a great opportunity to network with other members. Ranging in size and type they are often delivered around the country bringing the event closer to you.
The partnerships we have with government agencies including; Ofsted, the Institute for Apprenticeships and the Department for Education ensure our events keep you one step ahead of any significant announcements and changes in the sector.
Alongside our events, AELP also frequently deliver one hour webinars which offer the opportunity to listen to the latest news and sector developments from the comfort of your office. The recording of the webinar, presentation slides and any Q&As are often sent out post-webinar and are another valuable resource for your organisation.
AELP receives excellent feedback on all our events and is proud to deliver this service for our members.
Ofsted continues to play a very important part in the further education and skills system. Inspection can be a major 'make or break' event. Understanding how Ofsted looks at things, its latest thinking, and where its concerns lie, is important for all of us.
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CEO Update Webinar
Date published: 25.10.2017
An update from AELP's Chief Executive, Mark Dawe on key issues arising over the past month. October's webinar included updates on Apprenticeship reforms, Adult Education Budget, T Levels, Traineeships, Regional networks, devolution and Opportunity Areas.
AELP Webinar Series: Getting the Best Outcome from Inspection - Inspection Preparation
Date published: 21.11.2017
The second webinar in this series will focus upon specific aspects of planning and preparation to ensure that an organisation has all the evidence in place to meet inspectors’ expectations, that all staff are aware of their roles and responsibilities for the inspection and that the provider is in the best possible position to project high levels of competence in the work they perform.
Autumn Budget 2017
Date published: 24.11.2017
This webinar (delivered by AELP's CEO Mark Dawe) will assess the impact of the Autumn Budget on departmental spending and identify new policies and developments in the education, skills and employment areas especially in relation to England.
AELP Webinar Series: Getting the Best Outcome from Inspection - Visit Management
Date published: 05.12.2017
The final webinar in this series will look at the management of the actual inspection week including how to manage and maximise the time within the two day notification period. The webinar will also consider how to effectively undertake the role of the nominee, be able to successfully challenge negative inspector perceptions and ensure high levels of team working throughout the provider management and staff teams to ensure maximum responsiveness and organisational effectiveness.
Prison Reform – Education Programme
Date published: 07.12.2017
This webinar will explain how the tender will work for the upcoming OLASS procurement and will also cover other potential procurement activities that relate to the prison reform programme. Experiences will be shared about how sub-contracting and partnership working has successfully been managed through previous procurement.
CEO Member Update
Date published: 15.12.2017
An update from AELP's Chief Executive, Mark Dawe on key issues arising over the past month.