Throughout the year we will be hosting a range of virtual and face-to-face events.
Ideal for Heads of Learning and Development, HR Directors, Talent, Diversity & Inclusion Directors and senior decision-makers interested in developing their people, these sessions are an opportunity to keep up-to-date with new thinking and practice, deepen your own expertise and network with like-minded professionals.
Take a look at our upcoming events:
This Webinar is especially aimed at HR professionals responsible for spending their organisation’s Apprenticeship Levy, and prospective students who wish to undertake the programme. It will give you an opportunity to:
There will also be the opportunity to take part in a Q&A Session with the Programme Director, following the presentation.
Come and hear from leading entrepreneurs about their journey and the challenges they have faced in creating and growing their business.
These inspiring talks also provide the opportunity to network with individuals who share your interest in entrepreneurship.
Our upcoming programme includes:
Go Ape Ltd: Rebecca & Tristram Mayhew
Wednesday 21 February, 18:00-20:00
Medsa Group: Richard Salvage
Wednesday 28 February, 18:00-20:00
The Team that bought you Bluetooth: Glenn Collinson & Phil O'Donovan
Wednesday 7 March, 18:00-20:00
One of the most powerful ways you can generate value from your Apprenticeship Levy is to upskill your existing workforce.
This free breakfast event in London will give you the opportunity discuss how you can create the next generation of leaders in your organisation.
Most organisations today have policies and development programmes in place to support and progress women. But why, in general, are we seeing such limited success? The answer often lies in the practices and behaviours embedded in everyday organisational life.
This free event, specifically for senior HR, L&D, Talent and D&I professionals, will be a chance to table your current challenges with renowned Cranfield experts, Professor Sue Vinnicombe, Dr Hilary Harris and Dr Doyin Atewologun.