The Leeds Trinity University Conference for Post-16 Teachers and Advisers, now in its seventh year, offers up-to-date, useful information to support you in advising your post-16 students through their journey to higher education.
Engaging with professionals in the education sector, you will explore key issues affecting post-18 progression, be inspired by keynote speakers, and have a choice of workshops designed to support your continuing professional development. There will also be the opportunity to network with other delegates and Leeds Trinity University staff. This is one event you don’t want to miss!
Book your free place
Wednesday 11 March 2020 - 9.00am - 2.30pm
|9.00am||Registration and refreshments|
|9.30am||Welcome by Professor Ray Lloyd, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Leeds Trinity University|
Enforcing the Law: Degree or Apprenticeship?
Find out more about degree and apprenticeship options for students interested in different areas including Law, Criminology and Sociology
|11.15am||Full conference session – Preparing for T Level Delivery |
|1.00pm||Full conference session – Admissions Data Trends|
|1.15pm||Re:Tension Film Screening |
Written, directed and produced by Senior Lecturer in Film Production, Ricardo Barker, Re:Tension was filmed in June 2019. It follows 19-year-old Thapelo as he wrestles with the idea of reporting racism after an incident on campus with his football teammates.
You will have the opportunity to attend two of the four workshops listed below. Please make your choice when booking your place through Eventbrite.
Keynote speakers and
Professor Ray Lloyd – Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Leeds Trinity University
Alan Franklin – Professional Development Executive at UCAS
Kevin McMullan – Student Finance Adviser at Student Loans Company
Ricardo Barker – Senior Lecturer in Film Production at Leeds Trinity University
Syra Shakir - Senior Teaching Fellow, Institute of Childhood and Education at Leeds Trinity University
Toby Chelms - Student Mental Health & Wellbeing Manager at Leeds Trinity University
Emma Schofield – Business Engagement Lead at Leeds City College
- Professor John Leach – Director of the Institute of Childhood and Education at Leeds Trinity University
Who should attend the conference?The event will be of particular interest to teachers, advisers, college and sixth form colleagues who are involved in supporting post-16 students in their application to university.
How do I book?Tickets for this event are free.
We will be providing light refreshments throughout the event, as well as a buffet lunch at 12.00pm.
The Leeds Trinity University Conference for Post-16 Teachers and Advisers is delivered through the Leeds Trinity Education Network. To receive updates from the Network, such as monthly newsletters, invitations to future events, and links to useful blogs and podcasts – please sign up here (link to LTEN page when complete).