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The Supporting Vulnerable Tenants in Social Housing Conference 2024

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The Youth Justice Conference 2024: Improving Outcomes Through Multi-Agency Working

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The National Clinical Audit Event 2024: Driving Quality Improvements in Patient Care

The National Clinical Audit Event 2024: Driving Quality Improvements in Patient Care

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The Adult Safeguarding Conference 2024

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The Allyship in the Workplace Conference 2024

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Supporting Women in Cybersecurity

The cybersecurity industry is at the forefront of technological advancement, constantly evolving to counter increasingly sophisticated threats. However, a significant challenge facing the industry is the gender disparity within its workforce. 

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Providing Equal STEM Opportunities to Inspire Students

Maria Rossini, head of education at the British Science Association, spoke at our recent STEM in Schools Conference about equal opportunities to inspire all students into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths).

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Encouraging Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds to Study STEM Subjects

Schools are currently facing recruitment and retainment issues for STEM leaders, hindering the access disadvantaged students have to the subjects. In this video, Jodie McGeehan, the Principal Teacher of STEM at ST Andrew’s RC Secondary, highlights how a whole school and community support of STEM subjects has helped less advantaged students access and pursue STEM.

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A Cross-Curricular Approach to the Delivery of STEM in Schools

Building opportunities for primary pupils to do STEM activities enriches the curriculum and develops children's skills. Mathew Howells, STEM Coordinator at Ysgol Y Graig Community Primary School discusses how a cross curricular approach to STEM has helped embed the subjects and engage students across the school in STEM activities.

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Investing in Women to Reduce the National STEM Skills Shortage

Women make up only 24% of the STEM workforce, demonstrating a clear gender gap in STEM fields. In this video, Amanda Solloway MP, Former Minister for Science, Research and Innovation in the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, discusses the importance of encouraging young women to become involved in STEM within educational settings and the workplace.

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