ExpiredBACH Annual Spring Conference 11 March 2018 Nottingham

  • Full Spring Conference Package
    This is the members rate. If you need to join BACH please contact Ian Stirling ian.s@bach.ac.uk
    11/03/2018 - 13/03/2018
    15:00
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Programme for the best informed Construction Heads attend the

BACH ANNUAL SPRING CONFERENCE
Sunday 11 to Tuesday 13 March 2018 Nottingham

Full package included hotel room with sole occupancy, all meals from Sunday light evening meal to lunch on Tuesday. £450 for members £650 for non-members.  Membership £295 per college including 2 named members.

For Delegates or Presenters not staying for the complete conference, we have hotel rooms available at very good rates. Please call Ian on 07539 143184 or email ian.s@bach.ac.uk

Key information for delegates

The conference and accommodation are at the Hilton Nottingham Milton St, Nottingham NG1 3PZ‎.

Nottingham Station is .7 of a mile away and a 14 minute walk and 1.6 mile taxi ride allow 10 minutes. The hotel is also our conference venue. It is located next door to the Victoria Shopping Mall and in the City Centre.

We have a limited number of car parking spaces reserved for delegates booking the complete package.  Those that have booked a space will be given an exit ticket on departure.  Tomorrow I will email those booked with details.

14.00 to 16.45 Check-in at our Hotel and collect Delegates Pack.  After 16.45 check-in at the hotel reception and collect your Delegate Pack Monday morning at the conference. 18.30 Sunday evening meet in reception for the famous Castle Rock Brewery Tour. This will be followed by a light dinner.  Casual dress. Evening supported by our sponsor NOCN.

MONDAY 12 MARCH

06:30 to 07.45 Breakfast at our hotel

08.30 Conference opens

Hot buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day

17.00 Day 1 closes

18.30 Welcome pre-dinner drink

19.15 be seated for dinner.

19.30 dinner is served and this will be followed by Peter Slater is a freelance sports broadcaster and author of “Don’t You Know Who I Am?” – 35 years being ignored by sports rich and famous. 06:30 to 07.45 Breakfast at our hotel

06:30 to 07.45 Breakfast at our hotel

08.30 Conference Day 2 opens

Hot buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day

15.00 Conference closes and free taxi to the station for those that had booked it will depart 15.30 sharp.

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Updated programme

Sunday 11 March 2018 arrive from 15.00. 

The BACH check-in desk will be open from 15.00 to 17.00 (if you arrive later then this your conference pack will be at the conference desk on Monday morning from 08.00).  The shared experience of meeting with others teaching in Construction, Maths and English to 16 to 19 year old students and apprentices can be invaluable.  Your first opportunity to catch up with members and understand the changes that are happening across our sector is Sunday night when we have an informal evening with dinner.  The BACH Conference Sponsor NOCN have enhanced the evening for us and ask us to be in reception at 18.30.

Monday 12 March – Subject to change 

06:30 to 07.45 Breakfast at our hotel.08.30 Conference opens
08.40 Welcome to the Conference and message from our Chair Bob Howlett
08.50 Who
09.20 Trailblazers and EPA Trailblazer update including the launch of those ready for delivery. Framework update and closures. EPA, the requirement of the NVQ and Construction Leadership Council requirements for the issue of cards. Neil Hartis CITB
09.50 Questions and discussion
10.15 Keynote speaker Tony Ellender Balfour Beatty. Construction Management – progress and arrangements. Higher Education Apprenticeship standards
11.00 Tea/Coffee Break
11.00  Questions and discussion Tony Ellender
11.20 National STEM Learning Network
12.30 Hot Buffet lunch
13.15 Our sponsor NOCN by Graham  Hasting-Evans Subject
14.00 Questions and discussion
14.45 Tea/Coffee Break

15.00  Home Building Federation

16.00 Autumn Development Day overview.  Great News from 2018 1 named member can attend without cost and a second at half price.
17.00 First Day summary and close.

Tuesday 13 March – Subject to change

Home Building Federation

06:30 to 07.45 Breakfast at our hotel.
08.30 Please arrive promptly for the conference.
08:40 Recap on Day One and getting the most out of Day Two.
09.00 Other suppliers.
09.15 What do members want from Regional Groups.  Dave Wilkins will lead a discussion.
10.15 Tea/Coffee Break
10.30
11.00 Discussion and workshop on Work Experience
11.40 National Numeracy Sally Hilton
12.10 Discussion and workshop
12.20 Hot Buffet lunch
13.00 Code of conduct relating to Work Experience
13.20 Work placements and Challenge Funding. Andrew Dearing
13.40 Problem-solving workshop on Work Experience
14.30 Closing remarks and reflections
15:00 Depart – Tea and Coffee available until 15.30 for networking

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Venue:  

Venue Phone: 01159349700

Venue Website:

Address:
Milton St, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 3PZ‎, United Kingdom

Description:

Located in the Centre of Nottingham next to the Victoria Shopping Mall and close by bars, restaurants and pubs to cater to for all delegates.

Fitness and Recreation LivingWell Health Club Twilight Swim Every Wednesday 8pm-9:45pm Adult Only (over 18s). Come along and relax after a long day at our Twilight session where we create a stress-free environment as we turn off the lights and keep the underwater pool lighting on, with tranquil relaxing music, whilst you swim.

Beauty room, Fitness Room, Pool, Sauna’ Steam room

The Hilton Nottingham hotel is situated in the heart of the city centre, just 25 minutes from Junction 24 M1 by car and a 15 minute walk from Nottingham Train Station, the hotel is located next to the main shopping district and is within walking distance from most of Nottingham’s famous local attractions. The Hilton Nottingham hotel is situated in the heart of the city centre, just 25 minutes from Junction 24 M1 by car and a 15 minute walk from Nottingham Train Station, the hotel is located next to the main shopping district and is within walking distance from most of Nottingham’s famous local attractions.

 

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