Alongside keynote speeches across six plenary sessions, the conference will also include a variety of in-depth practical and policy training workshops, practical sessions and Q&A opportunities.
We’re now accepting applications to hold a workshop at the Annual Apprenticeship Conference.
Please note that all workshops at the conference will last for 45mins and that we can only accommodate a maximum of three speakers for workshops. If you wish to hold a panel-style session with more than three contributors, please contact email@example.com.
In 2020, we received over 200 applications to hold a workshop. Of these 40, applications were successful. The calibre of applications is high, and we suggest that you take the time to ensure your application is of a high and accurate standard. We also request that you are clear about what attendees will learn from your workshop.
Please note that completing an application does not guarantee you a workshop. If you are successful, you will be provided with one complimentary full conference pass per speaker. If tickets have already been purchased, refunds will be processed. AAC will not be liable for any travel or accommodation costs incurred.
All applications must be submitted by the end of Friday, 14th January.
This application process is only open for non-commercial workshops.
We will consider applications that link to the following topic areas:
- Apprenticeship Policy
- Apprenticeship Regulation
- Apprenticeship Levy
- Promoting Apprenticeship Vacancies
- Green Skills
- Developing Apprenticeship Standards
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
- Employer Providers
- Working with apprenticeship providers
- Working with SMEs
- Working with large employers
- End Point Assessment
- Technology (learning)
- Technology (systems)