AAC Agenda
Please find below an outline of the agenda for the Annual Apprenticeship Conference 2022. Please note that the agenda is subject to change.

Get yourself settled in at the AAC 2022. Head over to collect your accreditation, tour the exhibition area and grab yourself a tea/coffee and network with other attendees.

Plenary sessions will take place within the main auditorium, Hall 1, and are hosted by our conference chair Amol Rajan.
Plenary one content
1) Keynote & Q&A, Alex Burghart MP, Minister for Skills
2) Panel discussion, WorldSkills
3) Keynote & Q&A Peter Mucklow

Delegates will have the option to select from at least eight in-depth and practical workshops covering a range of topics. All workshops take place for 45mins and will be provided by a range of individuals and organisations.

Time for delegates to take a short break, visit the exhibition and network with delegates. Refreshments will be served in the Exhibition Hall.

Plenary sessions will take place within the main auditorium, Hall 1, and are hosted by our conference chair Amol Rajan.
Plenary two content
1) Keynote & Q&A Jennifer Coupland
2) Keynote & panel discussion Rachel Sylvester, The Times Education Commission: The Story So Far
3) Panel discussion, Levelling up the West Midlands (Panelists: David Phillips, City & Guilds, Emily Stubbs, Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, Dave Anderson, Colas Rail, Richard Hulland, Veolia, Cuthbert Cassell, Intertrain

Lunch will be served in the exhibition hall.

Delegates will have the option to select from at least eight in-depth and practical workshops covering a range of topics. All workshops take place for 45mins and will be provided by a range of individuals and organisations.

Delegates will have the option to select from at least eight in-depth and practical workshops covering a range of topics. All workshops take place of 45mins and will be provided by a range of individuals and organisations.

Time for delegates to take a short break, visit the exhibition and network with delegates. Refreshments will be served in the Exhibition Hall.

Plenary sessions will take place within the main auditorium, Hall 1, and are hosted by our conference chair Amol Rajan. Plenary three content 1) Keynote & Q&A, HMCI Amanda Spielman 2) Keynote, Mark Dawe

Get yourself settled in at the AAC 2022. Head over to collect your accreditation, tour the exhibition area and grab yourself a tea/coffee and network with other attendees.

Plenary sessions will take place within the main auditorium, Hall 1, and are hosted by our conference chair Amol Rajan. Plenary four content 1) Keynote, Nichola Hay MBE 2) Keynote, Nick Linford 3) Keynote, Tim Campbell

Delegates will have the option to select from at least eight in-depth and practical workshops covering a range of topics. All workshops take place of 45mins and will be provided by a range of individuals and organisations.

Time for delegates to take a short break, visit the exhibition and network with delegates. Refreshments will be served in the Exhibition Hall.

Plenary sessions will take place within the main auditorium, Hall 1, and are hosted by our conference chair Amol Rajan.
Plenary Five content
1) Keynote & Q&A, Catherine Large
2) Keynote & Q&A, Toby Perkins MP
3) Keynote, David Hughes
4) Keynote, Freya Thomas Monk
5) Keynote, Graham Hasting-Evans

Lunch will be served in the exhibition hall.

Delegates will have the option to select from at least eight in-depth and practical workshops covering a range of topics. All workshops take place of 45mins and will be provided by a range of individuals and organisations.

Delegates will have the option to select from at least eight in-depth and practical workshops covering a range of topics. All workshops take place of 45mins and will be provided by a range of individuals and organisations.

Time for delegates to take a short break, visit the exhibition and network with delegates. Refreshments will be served in the Exhibition Hall.

Plenary sessions will take place within the main auditorium, Hall 1, and are hosted by our conference chair Amol Rajan. Plenary Six content 1) Amar Latif, Entrepreneur & TV Presenter 2) Panel discussion | Using apprenticeships to help people locked out of jobs fill in demand roles (Panelists: Kirstie Donnelly, City & Guilds, Mark Smith, Willis Towers Watson, Lucy Hunte, NHS, Joel Thom, IBM)

The closing event of the AAC 2022, our sell-out Gala Dinner & Awards Evening. Join over 550 attendees as we convene to announce the winners of the FE Week & AELP AAC Apprenticeship Awards 2022. The FE Week and AELP AAC Apprenticeship Awards are a celebration of excellence in apprenticeship delivery in the UK and provide an opportunity to give the recognition employers and providers deserve.