Teachers and Advisers Conference
Friday 8th June 2018
This annual free conference is for teachers, managers and advisers at schools and colleges, who have responsibility for supporting students applying to university.
Through keynote speakers, plenaries and workshops we explore current issues in admissions, recruitment and outreach. We also aim to equip delegates with updated practical information to take back to their workplace, for colleagues and learners. This includes information on entry requirements, graduate outcomes, student finance, subject range and choices and the impact of changes to framework in both sectors.
Conference Programme 2018:
|08:30||Registration and Refreshments / Information Marketplace / Optional Diamond tour|
|09:00||Welcome and Introduction - Professor Wyn Morgan, Vice-President for Education, The University of Sheffield|
|09:15||Introductory Address - Katherine Bond, National Schools Engagement Manager, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)|
|09:50||Morning Workshops - choice of one of the below:
|11:30||Plenary: Admissions Update by the University of Sheffield - Liz Carlile, Head of Admissions, The University of Sheffield|
|12:00||Lunch and Information Marketplace|
|12:50||Plenary: Employability - how is it working? A student, staff and employer expert panel - Katherine Bond, National Schools Engagement Manager, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Liz Carlile, Head of Admissions, The University of Sheffield; Paul Fennell, Head of Careers, The University of Sheffield; and The University of Sheffield student and alumni representatives|
|13:35||Afternoon Workshops - choice of one of the below:
|14:35||Closing Comments – James Busson, Head of Outreach and Widening Participation, The University of Sheffield|
|14:45||Refreshments, Information Marketplace and bring your queries to our Recruitment and Outreach staff: opportunities to ask questions on an informal 1-2-1 basis / final optional Diamond tour|
There will be an Information Marketplace where delegates are able to speak to staff from academic departments, recruitment, outreach, the Students' Union, Careers and many other departments across the University.
There will be different stalls and numerous brochures and information on hand covering admissions, careers, languages, volunteering, enterprise, mature students, finance, Science, Engineering, Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences, Medicine Dentistry and Health and much more.
If you have any questions about the conference please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org