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Save The Date: UALL Work and Learning Conference 2019

Save The Date: UALL Work and Learning Conference 2019

Conference date: 28th June 2019
Conference Location: London, UK
Cost: £90.00 Concession: £80.00 (UALL Members)
How to book: TBC

There will be: 

Keynote Presentations
Panel Discussions
Case Studies
Paper presentations
Poster sessions

Conference Themes: 

The conference aspires to contribute to practitioners understanding of pedagogic tools that transcend the traditional modes of operation in higher education and to aid professional practice curricula (i.e apprenticeships). 

The day will focus on ways to structure and apply flexibility to empower all work-based learning stakeholders to share implicit and explicit responsibility for new learning that maintains work0life balance and well-being.

The conference will also explore the equilibrium needed between employers' expertise and underpinned scholarly knowledge and crediting relevant learning with existing CPD engagement.

More information will be sent soon in a call for papers.

Following the conference there will be an opportunity to publish full papers in the Work Based Learning e-Journal International 


Middlesex University: Dr Elda Nikolou-Walker, Dr Paula Nottingham 
University of Chester: Dr Jon Talbot

UALL Work and Learning Network Committee

Professor Carol Costley, Director Work and LEarning Research Centre, Middlesex University 

Please get in touch with any questions to Alice Reynolds, UALL Administrator:

Click here for UALL Work and Learning Website

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