National Schools Partnership is holding the annual Community & Education Engagement Forum on Tuesday 5th April at the Soho Hotel, London.
The focus of our event is to provide a platform for people to discuss and learn how to develop effective projects delivering community and learning engagement. Businesses, trade bodies and the public sector can see how social programmes, run in partnership with education, can deliver positive results for everyone involved.
We’re all well aware of how important our community and social marketing programmes are in today’s environment. At this event, we’ll discover the most effective channels to reach local groups and how we can we ensure our projects have positive social and educational outcomes.
Who should attend?
This event should be attended by individuals from commercial organisations, trade bodies, charities and the public sector whose responsibilities include community engagement, education programmes, social marketing and CSR.
Cost: No cost
Date: Tuesday 5th April 2011
Time: 9am – 1pm
Venue: The Soho Hotel, London
To register for your complimentary place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
There is only room for 80 delegates so please confirm your place as soon as possible.
Topics to be covered include:
Successful Community Engagement
An in-depth case study on an ongoing programme that shows how a large nationwide business can have positive social impacts through education initiatives at a national and local level
Sonia Bruce, Schools Project Manager, BSkyB
Best Practice in engaging with education
How to engage schools and teachers and, through them, reach young people, families and local communities to achieve social objectives
Mark Fawcett, CEO, National Schools Partnership
What does the Big Society mean to you?
Exploring the opportunities for your organisation within the Big Society, learning about success stories where businesses and individuals have got involved in social action
Lucy Windmill, Head of Showcasing, The Big Society Network
Make a difference through education
Discovering how sustainable partnerships between education and businesses can help young people develop important work-related skills to take into adulthood
Declan Swan, Chief Executive, Institute for Education Business Excellence
Deliver key messages to encourage positive behavioural change
Business4Life shows how companies have collectively demonstrated the role they can play in encouraging consumers to adopt healthier lifestyles.
Ian Barber, Director of Communications, Advertising Association