Making Networks of Collaborative Outreach Sustainable

Access Academy Training

  • Date

    14/01/2016

  • Location/Venue

    Central London

  • Time

    9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Making Networks of Collaborative Outreach Sustainable
Presented by:

  • Chris Bayes, Merseyside Network for Collaborative Outreach;
  • David E. Berry, Higher Education Progression Partnership;
  • Felicity Dunworth, Kent and Medway Progression Federation and KMCNet;
  • Steve Kendall, National Education Opportunities Network

Date: Thursday, 14th January 2016
Location: Central London (within 10 minutes walk of Euston station)

As we move into 2016, the NCO projects are all looking to maximise the impact they are currently having and consider how many of the activities that have been developed can be embedded into partners’ future strategies. It is vital that NCO’s strategically position their work to maximise the chances of continuation.

This event will allow networks to share their thinking on sustainability post 2016 and develop their own agendas to take their work forward.

During the day you will be able to:

  • Hear from other NCOs about how they are working with their key audiences and embedding their work within partnerships;
  • Discuss successful approaches to sustainability that have been used by established partnerships;
  • Be able to network with a wide range of NCO colleagues sharing different approaches to making NCO’s successful beyond 2016;
  • Consider how NCO’s can attract future funding.

Places are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. In order to reserve your place, please complete the form below.