BACH National Annual Conference
15/03/2020 - 17/03/2020
Event Phone: 07359143184
British Association of Construction Heads
National Annual Conference
TRANSFORMING CONSTRUCTION TRAINING
Sunday 15 to Tuesday 17 March 2020
Transforming Construction Training
A Changing Digital Construction Sector
There are major changes taking place in the way we develop, design and construction of our building and infrastructure assets, as well as the materials that we will use to ensure sustainability. These include BIM with data management, CAD, Drones (UAV – LIDAR), Off-site manufacturing – LEAN, Robotics – RCT, Sustainable ‘SMART’ materials and Virtual Reality.
We as trainers need to be able to support the sector which means we must understand all these new techniques and materials so that we can prepare apprentices and learners for the world of construction in the 2020s and 2030s. This means we will need to invest in our equipment and tutors.
National Educational Policy for England
Whilst all this is happening policy on Apprenticeships and Technical Education has been changing. Many of us have now moved or are about to move to the new Apprenticeship Standards and are planning to deliver the new T Levels over the coming years.
Colleges of the Future
The FE Sector has recognised the need to change and the Association of Colleges has set up the Independent Commission on the College of the Future to consider what a College might look like in late 2020s/30s and how we get there.
Pulling all this together we have a great Conference Agenda with major
keynote speeches from:
Mark Reynolds, CEO of Mace Group and Chair of the Construction Leadership Council’s Skills Group, who will give us the employers view; and
David Hughes, CEO of the Association of Colleges, who will talk to us about the Colleges of the Future.
We invoice you and payment can be made by BACS or Card. Cancellation terms are full refund if cancelled on or before 28 February 2020 by email. After this date, we allow named changes to others within your organisation; however, refunds will not be given as we fully committed to our suppliers.
Sunday 15 March
14.00 to 16.45 Check-in at our Hotel and collect delegates pack.
Lincoln Station is 600 metres away from the Hotel. Our Hotel is on the riverfront, close to the City Centre.
There is very limited chargeable parking at the Hotel. The nearest car park is the multi-storey around the corner at 10-9 Lucy Tower St, Lincoln LN1 1XL. Other nearby car parks are University of Lincoln Car Park, LN6 7TS and NCP Car Park, Brayford Street Lincoln, LN5 7BJ
14.00 to 16.45 but after 16.45 check-in at the hotel reception and collect your delegate pack Monday morning at the Conference.
- Networking event, with pub meal, is close to the Hotel. Meet at Royal William IV 1 Brayford Wharf North, Lincoln, LN1 1YX. See map below where our Hotel on the left and pub on the right.
Dress casually for this relaxing informal evening which is a great opportunity to meet up with your colleagues from across the BACH network. We thank NOCN for sponsoring our Themed event.
Monday 16 March morning
07.00 (from) Breakfast at our Hotel
08.30 Please arrive promptly for the conference registration
09.00 Welcome to the Conference – Dave Wilkins, BACH Chair
09.15 The landscape – Graham Hasting-Evans, BACH President
09:30 Keynote: David Hughes, CEO of Association of Colleges, on College of the Future Programme
10.00 Keynote: Mark Reynolds (CEO of Mace Group and Chair of the Construction Leadership Council’s Skills Group on the needs of industry and the emerging Single Skills Plan
10.30 Panel discussion on BACH Members contribution to Transforming Construction Training
11:00 Tea/coffee break
Theme: Digital construction and Off-site construction
11.00 Off-site infrastructure DFMA, David Linderman, Laing O’Rourke.
11.30 Challenges for Colleges, Derek Whitehead, Principal, Leeds College of Building
12:00 Panel discussion on using the new approaches – digital and DFMA
12.30 Hot buffet lunch
Monday 16 March afternoon
Theme: Innovation and Technical advances
13.15 Pauley Tech Tools – what do Colleges require
14.00 Mike Sckiko from Leica equipment
14.30 Panel discussion the Benefits and Challenges that Innovation and Technical advances bring
14.45 Tea/coffee break
Theme: Cooperation with other Organisations.
15.00 Clive Dickin, National Federation of Builders, closer working with employers
15.20 John Slaughter Director of External Affairs, Home Building Skills Partnership, Home Builders Federation. Training opportunities
15.40 Martyn Price Cross-industry Construction Apprenticeship Task Force – Extending the reach of BACH.
16.00 AGM – members only
Monday 16 March
Dress Lounge suit / Cocktail dress
19.00 Pre-dinner drink
19.30 Gala Dinner
20.30 Gala Dinner After dinner speaker, TV and Theatre filling Comedian Alfie Moore, thanks to the sponsorship of Dovetail Slate
Tuesday 17 March
07:00 (from) Breakfast at our Hotel.
08.30 Please arrive promptly at the Conference.
08:40 Recap on Day One and get the most out of Day Two.
09.00 Short updates from sponsors Theme: T Levels and Apprenticeships
09.30 Programme for T Levels and Apprenticeships, Pamela Rahman, Associate Director, the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education
10.00 Funding, Richard Mole, ESFA 10:30 Panel Discussion
11.00 Tea/coffee break
11.15 CITB Update, Future Apprenticeship Strategy – Jeremy Benson, Training and Development strategy – Steve Walker
11:50 BACH the next two years strategic plan update.
12.15 Hot buffet lunch
Theme: Inspections and Updates
13.00 Inspections and OFSTED David Sykes
13.50 Discussion on inspections
14.10 NOCN – 2020 key changes, Thomas Burton
14.20 City and Guilds – What is on the horizon beyond 2020, Paul Brown
14.30 Thank you and what you should be taking back to your College Dave Wilkins
14:45 Depart – tea and coffee available until 15.30 for networking
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Book online, include a Purchase Order if required and we will invoice you.
Cancellation terms are full refund if cancelled on or before 28 February 2020 by email. After this date, we allow named changes to others within your organisation however refunds will not be given as we fully committed to our suppliers.