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AOSEC Sports & Leisure Network

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 28/09/2017
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location
Queen Mary's College

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Overview

This popular network is the result of an exciting partnership between AOSEC and AoC Sport.  Open to AOSEC network subscribers and members of AoC sport. The network supports the development of all aspects of sport related activity in colleges and covers both curriculum and operational.

AoC Sport provides national updates at every meeting. External organisations have included, WorkdSkills UK and the National Citizenship Service. College experiences play a large role in this network, with colleagues from in and out of the region, presenting innovative work and best practice.

Group discussions feature at every network, giving delegates the opportunity to raise any concerns or challenges.

Ashley Grute, Head of Sport and Public Services at South Downs College, chairs this successful network.

Upcoming meeting

10:00 Arrival and registration
10:30 Welcome and introductions

Tom Barge Chair of AoC Sport South East Operations Group

10:40 AoC Sport operations and sport development

This session will cover South East operations matters including leagues and cups, regional tournaments, National Championships, local development opportunities and representative teams

Sandy Veale, Regional Development Officer (South), AoC Sport and Tom Barge Chair of the South East Operations Group and Lynne Gardner Vice Chair.

12:30 AoC Sport national update

Kirstie Hickson, Policy Officer (South), AoC Sport

13:00 Networking lunch
13:30 Welcome and introductions

Ashley Grute, Director of Curriculum, Havant and South Downs College and AOSEC Sport and Leisure Network Chair

13:40 The benefits and challenges of e-learning in further education

Adam Williams, Head of Products and Education, YMCA

14:10 Retention and attendance strategies

Group discussion allowing the opportunity for colleagues to share strategies that their college has adopted to improve attendance and retention.

Facilitated by Ashley Grute, Director of Curriculum, Havant and South Downs College

14:50 Any other business

Date / venue / topics for next session

15:00 Close

What delegates have said

“As a new Head of Department, it gives me a lot of relevant information and lots of ideas to implement within the team.”

Sarah Lipscombe, BCA

Really Important to attend in order to maintain relationships and to keep an up-to-date understanding of college sport, policy, issues and opportunities for the sector.”

Penny Woods, Sport Hampshire

If you have any difficulty booking your place via the online form below, please email paulbailey@aosec.org.uk and we can add you to the delegate list manually.

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.