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Functional Skills Delivery Network Conference

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Functional Skills Delivery Network Conference

Monday 11th July, 9am-3pm, The Engine Room, Leeds. Free of charge.

Organised by the Functional Skills Delivery Network, this event will provide you with a a great opportunity to find out about innovative online resources, hear about the latest policy developments, catch up on updates from awarding organisations and network with fellow professionals.

Speakers include:

  • Craig Lane, Deputy Head, Leeds City College
  • David Redden, Product Manager, NCFE
  • Dr. Gray Mitton, Assessment Innovation Manager, NCFE
  • Dean Blewitt, Learning Innovation Manager, NCFE
  • Deborah McKenzie, Partnerships Manager, Century
  • Katherine Reid, Technical Adviser, City and Guilds

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To book your place, click here

If you’re interested in exhibiting, please get in touch with Craig Lane

Find out more about the Functional Skills Delivery Network

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