STEM Foundation

STEM Forum: BIRMINGHAM

Date: 4 June 2013 : 10:00 - 14:00

  • Is your college responding to emerging technologies?

  • Are employer expectations being met?

  • Where is your next revenue opportunity?

  • Are regional economic priorities being supported?

  • Are you a skills magnet for new business?

These questions and more will be addressed at our interactive forum for senior managers and STEM curriculum leaders in Further Education
Colleges.

The event will focus on regional STEM needs showing how colleges can create an optimum environment enabled by innovation to stimulate more effective engagment with employers, leading to sustained growth in revenue, improved learner outcomes, including employability and fit-for-purpose STEM provision.

Who is the event suitable for?


This session is suitable for Senior Managers, Curriculum Leaders and Business Development Managers within FE Colleges. The focus is on developing and strengthening relationships with key regional industries as a vital aspect of raising standards, achievement and aspiration for your college and all its learners.


What does the day consist of?

10:00 Arrival and Coffee

10:30 Welcome and Introduction

10:45 Developing Effective STEM Strategies:

      - Aligning provision with employer expectations
      - Driving regional economic priorities
      - Becoming a skills magnet for new business

13:15 - 13:45 Lunch and Networking


Three similar events will be taking place in the London, Surrey and Bristol over the next few months. If you are unable to make the first forum in London, please feel free to attend one of the following:

26 March - London
17 April - Dorking
08 May - Bristol

BENEFITS

By attending the forum you will:

  • Appreciate the key ingredients of an integrated STEM strategy
  • See how horizon scanning can be used effecitvely
  • Understand the importance of cross curricula STEM development
  • Understand how to use innovation practices to improve enterprise and business engagement Understand the STEM priorities of your region

 



 

LOCATION

The Institute of Directors, Eleven Brindleyplace 2, Brunswick Square, Birmingham, B1 2LP

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