Our activities include a major annual conference which attracts a wide constituency, including delegates from overseas.
UALL activities include a major annual conference which attracts a wide constituency, including delegates from overseas. The conference addresses concepts, research, policy and practice in university lifelong learning through keynote addresses, seminars and workshops and typically includes addresses from ministers and government officers. Other events are arranged throughout the year, with the practitioner networks organising their own seminar programmes. In addition, there are regular briefing meetings between UALL officers and government departments and ministers, and responses are made to all relevant Government consultations.
UALL 2012 Annual General Meeting and Conference
Thursday, 29th November 2012 - Russell Hotel, Russell Square, London
Politics and Policy: The impact of change
The Universities Association for Lifelong Learning (UALL) is holding a one day conference on 29th November to coincide with the AGM. We organise a seminar on a topic of particular current interest to our members. The theme for 2012 will be how major policy and financial changes are likely to impact on part-time provision. The keynote speaker is Professor Les Ebdon in his new role as Director of the Office for Fair Access. Further details to follow shortly.
Advance Notice: UALL 2013 Annual Conference 20-22 March, Durham
The Annual Conference will be held at the University of Durham between Wednesday, 20th and Friday, 22nd March - further details and Call for Papers to follow.