You are invited to be part of the premier Northern Powerhouse Conference in 2018.
Investing in education and skills has never been more important to driving future investment, productivity and inclusive growth in the North.
Brexit, the Government’s Industrial Strategy, Metro Mayors and further devolution provide a unique opportunity for the North to think differently and pull together behind a shared vision on how best to improve life chances, achieve social mobility and deliver growth.
DON’T MISS the Northern Powerhouse Conference 2018 and your chance to take part in the debate on how to bridge the productivity gap and deliver world-class education and job opportunities across the North.
The Northern Powerhouse Conference 2018 will bring together key players from across the North to collaborate and build consensus on how to bridge the productivity gap and deliver world-class education and job opportunities across the North.
We will be hearing from key voices including:
- Sir Michael Wilshaw, former Chief Inspector of Schools and Head of Ofsted
- Lord Jim O’Neill, NPP Board Member and former Commercial Secretary
- Cllr Judith Blake, Leader, Leeds City Council
- Sir Gerry Berragan, CEO of Institute for Apprenticeships
- Mark Dawe, Chief Executive, AELP
- Baroness Morris of Yardley, former Secretary of State for Education; Chair, Institute of Effective Education, University of York
- Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP, Co-Chair of the Northern Powerhouse APPG
- Ed Cox, Director, IPPR North
A small number sponsorship and exhibition opportunities remain available. Please get in contact if you are interested in discussing how to maximise your profile at this major conference for the North.
The Northern Powerhouse Conference 2018 is tipped to be the premier event in the Education and Skills calendar with circa 200 delegates and exhibitors. It is supported by Northern Powerhouse Partnership, the Northern Powerhouse APPG, AoC, AELP, Learning and Work Institute, Working Links, ERSA, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the University of Falmouth.