BMet delighted to host FE Good Practice Symposium at Matthew Boulton College
BMet is delighted to be hosting the Further Education Good Practice Symposium from C-Learning at Matthew Boulton College on June 19th.
This marks the second year in a row that the college has played host to the conference.
The conference is a must attend event in the world of FE as the topics covered are extremely relevant to the future of FE and the education sector as a whole.
David Price OBE, author of Amazon bestseller ‘OPEN: How We’ll Work, Live and Learn in the Future’ will be the opening keynote speaker for the symposium.
David Price OBE is an author, speaker and trainer. He delivers training and advisory work globally on some of the biggest challenges facing business, education and society.
David has taught for 30 years across community, adult, and the wider School sectors, and has held senior leadership positions in Further Education.
Rachel Jones, IT Director at BMet, will be opening up the symposium, had this to say regarding the event: “It is an honour to open the symposium, especially with all the great minds in attendance.
“Leaders and influencers from across the education spectrum will be at this event where changes in technology for the next generation and the impact of that will be discussed.
“The education sector is in a unique space as the impact of digital technology continues to grow, and this symposium is a brilliant way of looking at the challenges and opportunities that will come about.”
Jamie Smith, Executive Chairman at C-Learning, commented: “This event brings together leading educators and education technology providers to share experience, make new connections and learn new insights into emerging trends shaping the landscape of education. We have gathered together an extraordinary group of people who have a demonstrable track record of using technology to be impactful in helping education to achieve more. Technology should make life better and that is what the day is about. The symposium is a superb way to explore new ways of working that reduce workloads, engage diverse needs and support success.”