||Tricia Banks, Partnerships and Sector Relationships Manager, Oxford Cambridge and RSA
Martin Webber, Partnerships and Sector Relationships Manager, Oxford Cambridge and RSA
Kevin Ebenezer, Recognitions Manager, Cambridge International Examinations
||10 - 12 Apr 2017
The Celtic Manor Resort
The Usk Valley
Cambridge Assessment will be sponsoring the 23rd Annual UCAS Admissions Conference, which will be held in Newport, South Wales.
The theme of this year’s conference will look into the policy with regards to how equality is impacting the Higher Education sector in the UK. The conference will also have a line-up of activities scheduled throughout the three days, there we will be plenary sessions discussing the conference themes, business sessions which will have an overview of the confirmation and clearing process, and a range of topical and interactive breakout sessions, which are led by colleagues from across the sector.
Across the Cambridge Assessment Group
we work closely with the Higher Education sector to ensure the qualifications of our awarding bodies design, develop and manage meet the needs of our learners, the institutions they want to apply for and the career paths they want to follow. The work of the Group supports our awarding bodies through extensive education and assessment research and the development of the Cambridge Assessment Higher Education Consultative Forum, which has been a key player in influencing government policy on A Level development.
This year Cambridge Assessment will be represented by all four of its awarding bodies, Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing, Cambridge English Language Assessment, Cambridge International Examinations and Oxford Cambridge and RSA. They will be exhibiting at the conference and you can visit them to find out more about their qualifications at stands 1 to 4.
The conference has an exciting line-up of key-note speakers and workshop speakers delivering invaluable information to assist with the students’ progression routes in the Higher Education. We look forward to hearing from colleagues from OCR and Cambridge International Examinations delivering workshops thatexplore the opportunities presented by their qualifications. They are:
Tuesday, 11 April 2017 from 12:00 to 13:00
Tricia Banks and Martin Webber, Partnerships and Sector Relationships Managers, OCR, hosting a seminar on Vocational qualifications at Key Stage 5 – now providing greater preparation for Higher Education.
Wednesday, 12 April 2017 from 12:00 to 13:00
Kevin Ebenezer, Recognitions Manager, Cambridge International Examinations, will deliver a workshop on A guide for admissions and recruitment.
Visit the UCAS website for more details about the conference and how to register.