100% Full – BACH Development Day 13 Nov 2019

The BACH Development Day – CPD has proved popular.  Looking at the programme below, we are sure you can see why ‘The Best Informed Construction Heads’ join BACh and attend this event.

FE Construction Training

An in-depth experts’ view of the 2020 challenges

 Wednesday 13 November 2019

Leeds College of Building, South Bank Campus

Off Cudbear St, Crown Point Rd, Leeds LS10 1EF

09.30 to 09.40 Conference Welcome from our President Graham Hasting-Evans
09.40 to 10.00 Sector Overview Panel chaired by Graham Hasting-Evans and Bob Howlett
10.00 to 10.45 Update on T Levels and Apprenticeship Standards Pamela Rahman, Associate Director – TE Implementation & Delivery at Institute for Apprenticeships and Tech Education
10.45 to 11.15 Construction EPA and Apprenticeships

Tom Burton NOCN Director of Apprenticeships

11.15 to 11.30 Tea/Coffee Sponsored by Dovetail and Slate
11.30 to 11.50 Panel Apprenticeships and T Levels chaired by Graham Hasting-Evans
11.50 to 12.10 Our experiences with the latest Ofsted inspections

Dave Wilkins

12.10 to 12.30 Table discussion on Inspections
12.30 to 12.50 BACH Wales experience presented by Graham Hasting-Evans
12.50 to 13.20 Lunch and networking Sponsored by Dovetail and Slate

 

13.20 to 13.40 Campaign for gender balance in STEM

Helen Wollaston WISE Chief Executive

 

13.40 to 14.10 The new Wood Product Manufacturing Apprenticeship

Tony Batchelor British Woodworking Federation

14.10 to 14.30 Benefits of off-site manufacturing and their work with CITB Ian Buckingham, Construction Skills Manager, Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre
14.30 to 15.00 Table Discussion – How FE should prepare for the future with off-site manufacturing and advances in construction methods
15.00 to 15.20 BACH’s Strategic Plan Dave Wilkins
15.20 to 15.30 Ideas for National Annual Conference Lee Mills
15.30 to 15.40 Closing remarks and reflections Dave Wilkins.
15:40 Depart

Lunch and Refreshment Sponsor Dovetail & Slate

There will be an optional short tour of Leeds new digital campus before and after the Programme

Leeds College of Building, South Bank Campus is a modern 4 storey purpose-built facility. It is set in one of Europe’s largest city centre redevelopments and it is within an ‘Education Hub’

 

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Good News Story from the BACH South West Region

Students from Weston College were treated to a behind the scenes visit to the BBC TV programme DIY SOS.  20 students from a variety of construction courses were able to visit a live location site and watch the DIY SOS team of volunteers undertake the restoration of a family home. The students had the chance to meet the DIY SOS crew who spoke so positively about the construction industry and the opportunities it creates.

Students were surprised to hear that the DIY SOS crew still work in the construction Industry when not on set, Mark Millar, who presents, and is the build manager, runs his own construction business in Bristol when not filming.

Students also had a Q&A slot with TV presenter Nick Knowles who proved to be a great advocate for the construction industry, the characters that work within the industry and the impact it has on all of our lives. Nick also challenged colleges to get involved with their own voluntary work within their communities as a regular part of study programmes, highlighting the value to recipients but also to the students who would get a chance to really make a difference.

Students left the visit buoyed with enthusiasm for construction and all pledged to get involved with a voluntary project in 2019-20

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