Annual Conference 2017

Annual Conference 2017

'The importance of employability in the modern education landscape.'

In 2017 the NASES Annual Conference will be held in Nottingham 29th and 30th June.

The NASES Annual Conference is an opportunity to gain direct access to the policy-makers and implementers within the student employment field. Attendance at conference allows delegates to find out the most current issues and gives you an opportunity to influence future actions.

 Confirmed speakers include:

Dr. Brooke Storer-Church - Higher Education Funding Council England (HEFCE) - 'National Policy in Context (Skills gaps, Graduate Employment) and Initiatives (Work Experience, Degree Apprenticeships, T.E.F and Accreditation)'

Cllr. Sam Webster - Nottingham Council -'Guest Speaker and Portfolio Holder of Education, Employability and Skills'

Madeleine Rose - British Council - 'International Placements and Employment Opportunities'

Anas Almarie - Google - 'Social Media'

David Hughes - AOC - 'Association of Colleges'

Jill Coote - Croner -'Employment Law Update'

Claudia Maresca - CRAC  (The Career Development Organisation) - 'Reviewing the Evidence for Impact of Experiences of Part-Time Work'

Keith Rosser & DC Kristian Kapur - Saferjobs - 'Staying Safe in the Job Search: How to Protect Students Whilst Job Searching'

Stephen Isherwood - AGR - 'The Employer Perspective on the Value of Work Experience for Graduates'

Carolyn Parry – Career Alchemy - 'Building Deep Rapport with Clients and Employers - Advanced Communication Techniques'

Aimee Bateman - Career Cake - 'Engaging Millenials on the Digital Campus'



Conference Programme 2017


Full programme (two days) includes accommodation (Thursday night) SEOTY awards gala dinner, refreshments and lunch on both days. Only £385+VAT (Member Rate) £475 (Non-Member Rate) 

Registered Office

Tel: 01902 321022

NASES Office: University of Wolverhampton
Careers, Enterprise and The Workplace, Wulfruna Street, WV1 1LY



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