Full Day including Lunch
02/11/2017 - 22/11/2017
17:13 - 17:00
Event Phone: 07539 143184.
CITB’s Graham McPhail speaks about the future for CITB and the end of training at the National Construction College. It will be one of the first opportunities for Construction Heads and senior managers in Construction Training to be able to question a Director of CITB. Join us at the BACH Development Day
This event follows BACH’s AGM 09.30 to 10.30. The AGM is only open to members that have paid their current years subscription. The conference registration also books you in the the AGM. Please do not book both events.
Please note this is the first event using the new booking system, if you have any difficultly or recommendations please email Ian Stirling ia***@ba**.uk
BACH Autumn Development Day CPD Wednesday 22 November 2017
We have booked the conference facility at the National Railway Museum in York for Wednesday 22 November 2017. It is right next to the station and we should have limited free car parking.
BACH Autumn Development Day
This programme is subject to change
The Future of Construction Training in Further Education
09.30 to 10.30 AGM – Members only
10.30 to 10.35 Welcome Bob Howlett
10.35 to 10.55 T Quals update and proposals for 35 days work experience. Bob Howlett
10.55 to 11.15 Table discussion and feedback on current work placements practices in colleges followed by session to generate views on and ideas to meet Work Experience in T Quals
11.15 to 11.30 Tea and Coffee
11.30 to 11.50 Curriculum Developments in Construction Quals including Building Services update. Paul Brown and Rob Mallender City and Guilds
11.50 to 12.10 Trailblazer update
12:00 to 12:20 Table Discussion on standards and delivery of the new specifications including feedback
12.20 to 13.15 Lunch and networking
13.20 to 13.50 The future of training including a short update on CITB Graham McPhail from CITB and NOCN
13.50 to 14 10 Q and A on CITB
14.10 to 14.20 Tea and Coffee
14.20 to 14.40 Higher App development Brian Duffy Leeds College of Building
14.40 to 14.55 NOCN update Chris Carter-Rowlands
14.55 to 15.05 Ascentis update Helen Butler
15.05 to 15.15 City and Guild update Paul Brown
15.15 to 15.25 Think Build. Anthony Bruton Think Build Project Manager
Venue Phone: 0844 815 3139 Calls cost 4.25p per minute plu
Venue Website: http://www.nrm.org.ukAddress:
The museum has a dedicated conference centre offering six suites each named after locomotives that have transported, inspired and entertained us. This multi-purpose venue which has been twice named ‘Conference Venue of the Year’ at the Visit York Tourism Awards has a dedicated branded entrance and reception for delegates, unique catering facilities and Wi-Fi throughout.
The conference space at the Museum is flexible and provides an interesting backdrop for the BACH events. With the Station next door and on-site parking it is accessible to most members. If you are travelling at peak times the traffic into York can be slow, but the Park and Ride Routes 2,3,7 and 59 stop at the station.
The National Railway Museum, York is part of the British Science Museum Group of National Museums and telling the story of rail transport in Britain and its impact on society.
Leeman Rd, York YO26 4XJ
Delegates are able to visit the Museum after the conference during normal opening hours. Please check these but normal h opening is 10.00 to 18.00