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Putting it simply! Basics that go wrong – all the time!

MVJ logoPutting it simply!

Basics that go wrong – all the time!

Morgan Vincent Jones (MVJ) Associates

Sponsored by Shakespeare Martineau

Sharing information on getting the basics right and lessons learned from experts in the field.

Inputs from:

Stefan Drew – Further education marketing specialist and best-selling author

Colin Evans – Former inspector and highly experienced sector guru

Mel Hollands – Apprenticeships and work based learning consultant

Rachel Jones – Funding and data specialist and former Vice Principal

Ioan Morgan – Leadership and management, values, behaviour and recovery expert and former college Principal.

Allan Shaw – Maths and English Consultant, experienced inspector and former acting Principal.

Lawrence Vincent – International student, governance specialist and former Principal.

MVJ is a partnership between:

Ioan Morgan CBE, a Principal with 30 years’ experience of leading outstanding colleges and former Chair of the 157 Group;

Dr Lawrence Vincent, the recently retired Principal of Bournemouth and Poole College with a wealth of experience with growing international work and is the Author of “10 Difficult Questions No Principal Wants To Be Asked”; and

Rachel Jones, a data and funding expert and is the turn to consultant for colleges refining their data, and a former Vice Principal.

Date: Friday October 23rd 2015 – 10 am- 2pm

At: Shakespeare Martineau:No 1 Colmore Square, Birmingham, B4 6AA

Cost: £25.00 per person RSVP:

To book then please contact stacie-shakespeare@live.comShakespeare logo

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EventBrite Saves Time and is Free to Use for Provider Open Days & Events

EventBrite is Free For Free Events Using EventBrite is a No-Brainer for Provider Events.

I’m quite surprised how few providers use EventBrite when the benefits are considered.

For me it started with being a queue buster at events.  One of my clients had really long queues at events because they insisted on capturing loads of data on the prospective students.

This created several problems.

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