There’s now less than two weeks to go until EdExec LIVE North on October 12 2021 at Radisson Blu Hotel, Manchester Airport, Chicago Avenue, Manchester M90 3RA
EdExec LIVE is one of the only events that allows you to build your own itinerary and select only the seminars that are of interest to you and your school, ensuring maximum value from the day. By selecting specific seminar topics, relevant to you, you can be sure that your day will be filled with information and learning that will be directly relevant to you and your school’s current requirements. So, what sort of topics can you expect to see covered?
We have everything from finance to wellbeing, ICT to leadership, safeguarding to CPD and so much more. You’ll hear from those currently working in schools, consultants and sector experts speaking on a wide range of topics which cover the vast remit of the school business manager role.
After a year that has stretched the purse strings more than ever finance is a key topic of the event. We have seminars examining the benefits of community engagement to your finances and how to win over grant funders with your bid writing.
Another area that has come to the forefront due to COVID is ICT. We have a seminar from a trust which won a BETT award to will guide you through how you too can achieve a digital transformation, specifically focusing on digital safeguarding. We also have seminars on how you can tackle digital exclusion.
Leadership is in the name of an SBL, and we have plenty of seminars covering this aspect of the role, such as how to push career boundaries, positive leadership through the change curve and how to get line management right.
And much more…
We also have seminars which look at managing workplace absence, document management, process efficiencies and, maybe most importantly, wellbeing – because after the last year stress levels are certainly at an all time high!
So, what are you waiting for?
Book your tickets for EdExec LIVE North now!
Email us for discounted tickets at [email protected] using the subject line ‘I want a ticket now!’