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Campaign for Learning awarded EEF funding to evaluate Family Skills
Working with parents? Join our webinars on engagement and digital technology
2015 Family Learning Festival
How To WEBINAR - Use digital technology and tools to enhance family & community learning
Free Webinar: Responding to the Apprenticeship Levy Consultation on 16th September at 4.30pm
Free webinar: Make the most of the Family Learning Festival 2015 on 16th September at 11am
Free webinar: ESIF funding and ESF bidding opportunties for your organisation - 14th September at 2pm
ESIF Funding: Support Programme for Your Organisation
Our new policy events programme from September 2015
1 billion of ESF bidding opportunities from September
How to deliver a learning to learn programme for your school
Celebrate Learning at Work Week with these great things to do
Calling employers: help shape the future development of Higher National qualifications
Fair Education Alliance ask parties if education can ever be fair for all at pre-election debate
Best practice guidelines for embedding technology in family learning now available
Training providers - have your say on apprenticeships by 10th April
Family Finance: Train your organisation or cluster to deliver financial capability sessions for families
How to design powerful learning campaigns for your workplace - one day workshops
Attend all our policy seminars for free as a Friend of the Campaign for Learning
Learning for Change - Campaign releases manifesto for learning
Campaign for Learning joins organisations to launch landmark bid to end education inequality
Campaign responds to the Skills Funding Statement 2013-2016




Campaign for Learning Events and Workshops


For our full list of events and workshops for teachers, learning and development professionals and policy analysts, see below.

Our Annual Events

Learning at Work Week - 16th-22nd May 2016

Family Learning Festival 15th-30th Oct 2016


Policy seminars

Our policy events are supported by NCFE www.ncfe.org.uk

The Government's consultation on Further Education Maintenance Loans
Campaign for Learning 24 Greencoat Place London
21-Apr-2016

Remain or Leave? The impact of the EU Referendum on education, skills and employment policy.
Campaign for Learning 24 Greencoat Place London
21-Apr-2016

Area Reviews of Post-16 Education and Training - an update with David Walker, AoC and Mark White, AoC and Stockton Riverside College
Campaign for Learning 24 Greencoat Place London SW1P 1RD
10-May-2016

The New Funding Model for Apprenticeships
Campaign for Learning 24 Greencoat Place London SW1P 1RD
10-May-2016

An update on Apprenticeship Policy with Sue Husband, Director of the Apprenticeships and Delivery Service at the Skills Funding Agency
Campaign for Learning 24 Greencoat Place London
5-Jul-2016

Learning in the workplace

Webinar: Learning at Work Week 2016 - Two part Planning Online Workshop
ONLINE
23-Mar-2016

Plan a brilliant Learning at Work Week in your organisation: Morning workshop
Campaign for Learning
24 Greencoat Place
London
SW1P 1RD
24-Mar-2016

School events and CPD

Building character education into every classroom: helping pupils learn how to learn
Campaign for Learning
London
SW1P 1RD
12-May-2016

Community and family learning

HOW TO Webinars: Technology & Engagement Series
ONLINE
9-Mar-2016

HOW TO WEBINAR: Getting parents through the door
ONLINE
16-Mar-2016

HOW TO WEBINAR: Developing a whole-school parental engagement approach
ONLINE
23-Mar-2016

Contact Us

The Campaign for Learning team are on hand to answer your questions.
T: 020 7798 6067
E: info@cflearning.org.uk
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