UAL Attainment Conference 2018

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11 Jul 2018

9.30am to 4pm

It is a UAL priority to close the attainment gaps which exist for particular groups of students by 2022. In particular the university is focusing on the attainment of Black, Asian and minority ethnic students, international students and working class students. Read more about the work UAL is undertaking here, and access resources on attainment here.

The UAL Attainment Conference provides a space for staff, from all colleges and services, to come together to understand the strategic and systematic approach the university is taking to achieve this goal.

It will also allow staff to share practice and gain confidence in effecting the change that is needed to close the gaps, building on existing attainment work, platforms and initiatives from across UAL.

Who should attend?
Open to any member of UAL staff.

This event is free. Lunch is included.

Please book a place using the form below.

Further details of parallel sessions to be added in due course. 

Schedule (Draft, subject to change)
09.30     Coffee and registration
10.00     Opening activity
10.20     Keynote by Dr Gurnam Singh (Visiting Fellow in Race and Education) 
11.00     Parallel sessions
12.30     Lunch 
13.30     Parallel sessions
- Make the Grade workshop
- Pechakucha talks on attainment and the curricular
- Pechakucha talks on attainment and the extra-curricular

14.45      Panel discussion
Facilitated by Shades of Noir
including Simon Ofield-Kerr (Deputy Vice Chancellor)
and Angela Drisdale-Gordon (Head of Further Education) 

16.00     Closing drinks

Speaker Information

Angela Drisdale-Gordon (Head of Further Education, UAL) 
Dr Gurnam Singh (UAL Visiting Fellow in Race and Education) 

Booking form:

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