Teachers and Advisers Conference 2018
Goldsmiths, University of London warmly invites you to our annual Teachers & Advisers conference, designed to help benefit anyone in an educational setting that give advice to young people who are thinking of progressing into higher education.
Date: Friday 6 July 2018
This free event, hosted on-site at Goldsmiths will help those giving IAG to young people in Colleges and Sixth Forms a clearer and broader picture of Higher Education in the UK. The event is a great opportunity for continuing professional development and networking. The conference is free to attend and lunch will be provided, as well as an optional drinks reception at the end of the day’s activities.
Speakers for our 2018 conference are still being finalised and will be updated on this page as soon as we have confirmation.
To book your place early for the 2018 Conference, please complete the form below.
We have a small amount of budget to subsidise travel arrangements from outside of London – if you’d like more information on this or any other aspect of the conference, please contact Lee McMahon - l.mcmahon(@gold.ac.uk).
If you are attending an event and need the College to help with any mobility requirements you may have, please contact the event organiser in advance to ensure we can accommodate your needs.
For information on previous events and to download information and programmes from previous years, please expand the sections below
Teachers and Advisers Conference 2017
Download the Goldsmiths Teachers and Advisers Conference 2017 flyer
This year our speakers included a keynote from our Warden- Patrick Loughrey, Ant Bagshaw - Deputy editor of WonkHE. Alan Jones – UCAS, Becky Gardner – Student Ambassador Co-ordinator at Goldsmiths and Michael Englard – HEAN. Throughout the day we also had interactive demonstrations from some of our academics to showcase why Goldsmiths considers itself a ‘Creative Powerhouse’.
Teachers and Advisers Conference 2016
The programme focused on how teachers and advisers provide support for young people in the midst of curriculum reforms and changes in the higher education landscape.
Speakers and workshop facilitators included:
- Mary Curnock Cook – Chief Executive, UCAS
- Dr. Michael Englard – Higher Education Access Network (HEAN)
- Cara Flanagan – Author & Psychologist
- June Eric-Udorie – Student Activist
- Rebecca Boyle-Suh – Founder of ARTIS
Teachers and Advisers Conference 2014
The conference focused on recent successes across the sector in relation to the efforts to enhance the complete student experience. From pre-entry advice and guidance to induction and careers support, via targeted funding and interventions - it gave an overview of success and opportunities in this key area of development for higher education advisers.
Quotes from conference delegates "The conference has been a very enjoyable day, the speakers were all very interesting and knowledgeable. Thank you very much" "Sessions emphasised on making individual right choices rather than sales" "Well organised and managed. Thank you for a great day"