BACH Annual Spring Conference Norwich
Sunday 12 to Tuesday 14 March 2017
Links to the presentations
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At the BACH Annual Conference the best informed Construction Heads asked for quick access to the presentations. Carl Rhymer presentation is now listed below
The future in an ever changing FE world and what is happening to CITB and the Construction Levy. Carl Rhymer
‘All In It Together’ Project’, details of this BACH funded project in Wales. Gerald Naylor
Skills Plan update with discussion time. Bob Howlett.
CLC – Sustainable Building Training Guide
Firefighting or thriving
Development of Heritage training and degree. Tony Smith, College of West Anglia.
Localisation, loans and levy. Key note speaker Beej Kaczmarczyk. Beej is a well-respected consultant and trainer in post 16 education and training sector and Director, Learning Curve Group
Apprenticeships and End Point Assessment update. Tony Bachelor CITB
Carpentry Study Tour to Germany, details of this BACH funded project. Jason Howe
Volunteer It Yourself Work Experience. Volunteer VIY links colleges to projects to enable country wide access to work experience opportunities for Full-time Learners Study Programmes. Ed Sellwood
(British Association of Construction Heads)
BACH focuses on enabling and empowering the Construction Heads within Further and Higher Education to achieve the very best outcomes for their students and colleges. In its 30 years years BACH has gone from strength to strength and now has an enviable tradition of delivering excellent CPD and networking opportunities with conference content driven by your peers.
BACH is run for and by its members as a Not for Profit association.
- Termly meetings in your area with your peers from construction colleges
- Autumn Development Day with CPD
- Spring Conference cover Hot Topics that concern Construction Heads
- Representation and cooperation with associated bodies
- Excellent links to Ofsted and assistance for Ofsted ‘readiness’
- Portfolio of best practice case studies
BACH members now manage over 90% of the Learners studying the construction curriculum and includes membership of 80% of the Colleges offering the Construction curriculum in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Colleges and appropriate organisations who are passionate about quality and standards in construction education and training. Click HERE for details about membership.
BACH conference sharing of ideas
Wednesday 16 November 2016 Autumn Professional Development Day
Top industry speakers providing relevant information and discussion for FE Construction Heads.
Sunday 12 to Tuesday 14 March 2017 Spring Conference, Norwich
This 2 day event will have highly relevant speakers, topical workshops and dinners. All providing lots of networking opportunities with members, guests and exhibitors.
For more information or to register an interest please email [email protected]
Sponsorship opportunities available