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Programme Outline


08.00am Delegate Registration & Opportunity to visit the Exhibitors
09.15am Welcome & Housekeeping
Jon Collis, Operations Director, National Training Resources Ltd
09.20am Conference Chairman (Scene Setting & Opening Remarks)
Chris Wright, Chief Executive, Catch22
09.30am 'NEET to MD in one easy step'
Lisa Gagliani
, Chief Executive, Bright Ideas Trust
Derek Hunt, Managing Director, Cullen’s Clearances Ltd
09.40am 'NEETs - The National Perspective'
Jeff Cull, NEET Team Leader, Participation Division,
Department for Education (DfE)
10.05am 'Key Learning from the DfE RPA Locally Led Delivery Project Areas'
Diana Choulerton, RPA Lead, School Improvement Service, London Borough of Ealing
Graeme Ferguson, Senior School Improvement Officer, Learning and Inclusion Department, Children and Young People Directorate, Derby City Council
10.30am 'Hiding the Wiring: Getting long term unemployed young people into sustainable employment'
Dr Vincent Pattison FRSA, Head of Policy and Research, Ingeus Centre for Policy and Research
10.55am Sum up by Conference Chairman & Q&A Panel Discussion
11.15am Refreshment Break & Opportunity to visit the Exhibitors
11.45am Facilitated Workshops - Session One
12.45pm Lunch
Networking & Opportunity to visit the Exhibitors
13.45pm Case Study: Catch22 Office Apprenticeships Service – Bournemouth – The Journey!
Marcus Hook,
Head of Apprenticeships and Employability, Catch22
14.05pm Case Study: ThinkForward - A NEET Solution
Kevin Munday, Programme Development Manager of ThinkForward & Young Ambassador, The Private Equity Foundaton (PEF)
14.25pm Fab Lab Case Study: An Open door to NEET Young People
Haydn Insley,
Fab Lab Manager, The Manufacturing Institute
14.45pm Sum up by Conference Chairman & Q&A Panel Discussion
15.00pm Facilitated Workshops - Session Two (Session One Repeated)
16.00pm Closing Session: Meet the Chair, Speakers, Facilitators and Network with the Experts - (Attendance optional)

The closing session is optional for all delegate attendees and will be conducted as an informal “open door” session. The aim is to provide an opportunity for delegates to drop in to ask individual questions, exchange knowledge and views with the Chairman, Speakers, Workshop Leaders and other delegates. 
16.30pm Conference Close

In the event that any speaker becomes unavailable the programme schedule may be subject to change