AoC Data, Performance and Accountability Conference
A key event to provide you with critical updates on college data and accountability.
The AoC Data and Accountability Conference will offer you:
- the latest strategic guidance on current policy
- the chance to gain clarification on data requirements for your college
- the opportunity to leave with practical advice on how you can drive performance and value from the data in your college.
Take time out to reflect on your current strategy, build relationships with colleagues in the sector and benefit from each other’s good practice.
Meet our speakers:
- Hear from Paul Joyce, HMI, Ofsted how they will be using data in the Education Inspection Framework
- Leave with practical advice on how you can use data to improve performance in your college from Kevin Williams, Director of Planning and Performance, Lincoln College
- Gain crucial data insights into the key issues affecting the sector from Richard Boniface, RCU including Higher Education and the review into Level 4 and 5, the impact of local competition on quality, T Levels and industry placements and Apprenticeships
Interested in sponsorsing this event?
AoC Member Colleges: £299 + VAT
Affiliate organisations: £375 + VAT
Non-Member (College/Public Sector): £400 + VAT
*Non-Member (Commercial): £750 + VAT
*Limited to one person per company
Fees include lunch and refreshments.
Please call Conference Care on 02476 369720 and let them know you are attending an AoC Conference
020 7034 2620
020 7034 9908
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