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26 Mar
2020

AHEAD Conference: Through the Looking Glass- 10 Week Free Webinar Series

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Transformation is a key characteristic in education and the workplace as it adapts to a changing society. AHEAD is no stranger to adaption and transformation too as this year we will be welcoming you to our online Conference. We have an exciting plan to deliver 10 weeks of webinars to you as we go through the looking glass to hear from practitioners and students about inclusion in different contexts such as FET (Further Education and Training) and Higher Education.

Thisseries will ask contributors and participants to reflect on how we can support community approaches to including our diverse learners and shine a light on good practice in further and higher education across the globe.

Please join us online over the next few weeks if you are a staff member and student in further or higher education interested in reflecting on how to create inclusive learning environments - including disability support staff, teaching and learning professionals, front line services staff (libraries, career placement etc.), college management, admissions and examinations.

For details week by week on the online Conference, please visit AHEAD Online Conference

Event Details
Status
As planned
Event type
Conference
Event website
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
AHEAD Ireland
Contact details
christine.hynes@ahead.ie
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