Kent & Medway Collaborative Network
Kent & Medway Collaborative Network
Part of a programme of FREE webinars for teachers and advisors who support students in raising their aspirations to progress to higher education. Coordinated and delivered by networks of universities in the South and South West of England, funded by the National Network for Collaborative Outreach (NNCO) scheme. at Kent & Medway Collaborative Network

University Event


Post 16 Progression Pathways: Routes to HE Webinar

University event offered by Kent & Medway Collaborative Network

Event Summary:

Part of a programme of FREE webinars for teachers and advisors who support students in raising their aspirations to progress to higher education. Coordinated and delivered by networks of universities in the South and South West of England, funded by the National Network for Collaborative Outreach (NNCO) scheme.

PLEASE NOTE: This event is only available to certain schools

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Full Event Details:

This webinar will focus on the crucial decisions students are required to make during their education careers. Content will include how GCSE options influence FE pathways and how these in turn are connected to the degree choices students can go on to make. The session will be of particular interest to education practitioners working with pre-16 students.

Delivered by the Southern Universities Network | http://www.sunoutreach.org | [email protected] | 023 8059 1969


You can view the full programme of webinars here - http://kentandmedway.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/SCN-Webinar_FlyerA4_for-web.pdf

Each webinar begins at 4pm and will run for approximately an hour. It’s really simple to sign up to one, or all, of the webinars…

- Visit http://www.bit.ly/HEwebinars
- Register your details
- Select the webinar(s) you’d like to take part in
- Press submit

You’ll be sent joining instructions nearer the time by the Network running the webinar. All you need to take part in the webinars is a computer with internet access and sound.

Please note that places on the webinars are limited and issued on a first come first served basis.

To find out more about the NNCO scheme please visit the HEFCE website – http://www.hefce.ac.uk/sas/nnco/.

Suitable For:

Teachers (CPD)

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