This conference will look at the benefits of learning and how your organisation can contribute to evidencing its impact on a local and national level. We are pleased to announce that Leon Feinstein, Director of Evidence at the Office of the Children’s Commissioner will be the keynote speaker.

“An interesting and thought-provoking day to improve our family learning offer.”

An attendee at the National Family Learning Network Spring Conference 2018
Practical workshops and lead sessions will cover:
  • Using Data and Evidence to Make the Case for Family Learning 
  • How to Create a Theory of Change to Measure Impact
  • Using Randomised Control Trials: the Pros and Pitfalls
  • Creating Meaningful Case Studies to Demonstrate your Impact

View the conference flyer here

Who will benefit from attending?

This workshop is ideal if you engage with anyone working with families, children, adult and communities in:

  • museums & galleries
  • schools
  • libraries
  • colleges
  • job centres 
  • employability programmes
  • the wider community 

“A great opportunity to network and engage with other practitioners, finding similarities and exploring differences.”

An attendee at Family Learning Network Spring Conference 2018
 

Cost

*** Earlybird offer £140 (no VAT) until 19 October 2018 ***

The workshop is £180 (no VAT) including lunch.

There are discounts for Friends of the Campaign for Learning.

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