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The AP Conference

Professional Development
Skills for Life Network

27th March, Birmingham


Do book your place if you haven’t done so already. The conference has all the signs of being a brilliant platform for the work of APs and a wonderful chance to share some of the project’s most exciting developments.  Not only will the 4 collaborative projects lead workshops but nominees from CPD cohorts 4, 5 and 6 will also showcase their own AP projects and, of course, Rachael Lofthouse of @CollectivED1 will be providing the keynote speech on the power of mentoring and coaching in AP activity and quality improvement – not to be missed! This is already proving to be a popular event – we released 75 of the 100 subsidised places and all were gone within a week. More subsidised places may be released and we have a further 25 places available for purchase.  

The conference should be a hugely stimulating occasion and a powerhouse of creativity with strategies applicable across all provider types.  We can’t wait!

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