We have therefore taken the decision, in these unprecedented circumstances, to re-brand our autumn conference as the Business Recovery Conference.
Throughout the Business Recovery Conference, we will:
Our conference will look to the future. We will examine the latest sector, economic and provider data, so we can understand and confidently plan a path forward with reference to recent developments, and emerging changes to funding and operational guidance. Our aim will be to create a shared understanding of how employers, learners, government and devolved authorities can work together to support business recovery.
The Business Recovery Conference will be hosted entirely online. This format recognises the probability that large gatherings will still not be allowed at the time of the conference.
We also recognise that the autumn will be a busy time for sector organisations and are committed to delivering a flexible conference for our delegates. Our online format will enable delegates to select and register for specific sessions that they feel are of particular relevance. It will also enable organisations to assign different members of their management team to focus on particular sessions.
The Business Recovery Conference will take place on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th September.
We have taken the decision to schedule our conference at this time so that we will have access to robust sector and economic data that will helps us plan for the future. We are also hopeful that the conference will follow the lifting of lockdown, at a time when organisations have had time to re-establish their working patterns.
AELP Member Rate
£100 per organisation
£275 per organisation