CACHE Conferences 2020
Join us at our annual CACHE Conference to find out how you can improve learner outcomes and create brighter futures for all through the power of education.
At times of unprecedented challenge and change for the sector, these thought-provoking events will aim to help you gain a clearer vision for the future of technical education, and support your delivery in childcare, education, health and social care.
Leeds CACHE Conference
27th February 2020
London CACHE Conference
4th March 2020
- Arrival from 9am
- Registration, refreshments and networking
- Welcome and opening speech
- The future of learning – policy and funding update
- Keynote session with Jo Morton-Brown
- Keynote session with Dr Melrose Stewart
- The future of technical education – panel discussion
- Breakout sessions with subject experts
- Ask the experts
- Portfolio update and closing summary
- Optional networking
- Conference to end at 4pm
Please note this agenda is subject to change. Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day, please advise of any dietary requirements when booking.
Inspiring keynote speakers
We are delighted to welcome to the conferences Dr Melrose Stewart, intergenerational care expert from Channel 4’s Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds, who will provide an insightful and inspiring keynote address on how connecting generations can create healthier prospects.
We’ll also be joined by Emotional Health Practitioner, Jo Morton-Brown who will provide delegates with a passionate and inspirational session on mental health and well-being, with a desire to encourage individuals to be the best they can be.
Taking technical education to the next level, we will provide an update on T Levels following our successful wins, and host a panel discussion on the future of technical education with experts in apprenticeships, social care and early years.
Engaging and interactive breakout sessions
You will have the option to attend 2 engaging and interactive breakout sessions of your choice.
Diego Melo, Co-Founder and CEO at Nudge Education, will be running one of these sessions with a focus on how we can engage, motivate and empower learners of all ages to succeed in education.
Award-winning author, trainer and PhD researcher, Mine Conkbayir, will deliver key findings during the early years workshop, and Stephen Mordue, Senior Lecturer in Social Work, will provide an enlightening discussion during the health and social care session.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to hear the latest sector and policy updates, have your questions answered by leading industry experts, and network with like-minded professionals.
Get in touch
If you have any questions or would like to discuss the conferences with a member of our team please get in touch by emailing [email protected]