UK ENIC 22 Conference: Twin Event – face-to-face in London; online via Whova
UK ENIC22 is our first Twin Event annual conference – face-to-face in London; and online, with live conference content accessible globally. The conference theme is ‘Shifting Balance, Changing Models’, with a rich and varied programme.
Face-to-face Conference - Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, 20 February 2023
The face-to-face conference will feature a mix of expert speaker input, group workshops and discussions, plenaries, and action planning. All the content will be geared to provide you with thought-provoking ideas and practical takeaways to apply in your work. The day will offer a choice of over 20 sessions, including two plenaries.
Our keynote speaker will be Edward Paice, Director of Africa Research Institute and author of the acclaimed Youthquake: Why African Demography Should Matter to the World, a study of Africa's youth and growth, and what this means not only for the future of the continent, but for the rest of the world.
The afternoon plenary will feature Prof Dato Dr Mohammad Shatar bin Sabran, CEO of the Malaysian Qualification Agency; Prof Anne Anderson, UNESCO and Prof Mary Stiasny, Pro Vice Chancellor International, University of London. This interactive panel will focus on the latest developments in education internationally.
Other confirmed speakers include Diana Beech, CEO, London Higher; Ning Guan, University of Sydney; Afshan Baksh, Evolve Global; Shonagh Maak, BUILA and University of Glasgow; Stuart Rennie, SJ Rennie Consulting; Petra Olsson, Cambridge Assessment; Monica Camino Moreno, Dialexy; Andy Harrison, PSI; Tim Thomas, Trade and Work Global; Dr Richard Budd, Lancaster University; Julie Allen, UKCISA; Simon Terrington, EdCo Latam; Chris Gibson, Gecko Engage; Jeff Williams, Enroly; and Simon Reichwald, Connectr.
The conference programme is available
To register for the face-to-face conference please visit UK ENIC22 Conference (Face-to-face).
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Digital conference - Whova conference app, 14 & 15 November 2022
The digital conference was the first part of our Twin Event annual conference. The conference theme is ‘Shifting Balance, Changing Models’.
The digital conference featured a plenary session followed by a mix of 3 live and recorded sessions in 3 different times zones hosted from Australia, Canada, and India. The digital conference was well-attended globally. The overreaching theme will be continued at the UKENIC22 face-to-face conference at the QEII Centre in London on Monday 20 February 2023.
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