Re-thinking the tertiary system: 21 November 2016, Central London
A Social Partnerships Network and Action on Access joint one-day event that aims to re-think and to explore the tertiary system, how the future of learning and work could articulate through a developed lifelong learning approach.
Tony Wilson, Director of Policy and Research (Learning and Work Institute),
Angela Rayner MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Education),
David Hughes (Chief Executive, Association of Colleges),
Ruth Spellman (Chief Executive, Workers Education Association)
Rob Humphreys (Director, The Open University in Wales)
Workshops on: apprenticeships; the role of colleges in technical and professional education; what learners want: putting learners at the heart of Area Reviews; and others incorporating the employer and union voices.
The launch of new online resources, part of the OU-led National Networks for Collaborative Outreach (NNCO) project: the PEARL website and a new suite of six free online courses.
Further information on the Open University website (opens in new window).