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The Schools North East School Business Management Conference 2019 offers all of the benefits of a high profile national conference right here in the North East. This is now the biggest event of its kind in the country!
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This event will build on four previously very successful events, attended by 70 exhibitors and sponsors and approximately 200 delegates each year, representing the School Business Management profession from Secondary, Primary and Special schools in Gloucestershire and surrounding counties.
The School Business Professional Celebration Dinner is being hosted by Howard Jackson, CEO of Hub4Leaders in partnership with ISBL to celebrate the contribution school business professionals have made to education & commemorate 30 years since Howard introduced the very first bursar group.
The event is a celebration of excellence and achievement and a thank you to those who work in the engine rooms of our schools who demonstrate extraordinary commitment, value and innovation in a constantly changing sector.
Delivering senior government speakers and association leaders from across the education sector. Supporting personal growth with free CPD certified seminar content and best-practice workshops.
An exceptional platform which allows you to engage with over 3,000 influential professionals all looking to connect, network and do business.
This year ISBL’s national conference will focus on how professionals can illuminate their own leadership and that of their colleagues; both within their own setting and across the sector.
The school business profession celebrates its 30th anniversary as a unique and identifiable role within the state education sector.
Event held in partnership with Fusion HR. SBS will be delivering an informative session on budget planning and deficit recovery.
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Develop innovative procurement strategies and assess your MAT’s efficiency to achieve economies of scale.
ISBL recognise Optimus Education training as relevant and applicable training against their members annual continuous professional development (CPD) each year.
The theme of this conference is “ENGAGING BEHAVIOUR: Perspectives from SEMH Communities Provisions and Schools.” and the programme will include keynote talks from Dr Darren Bowering and Richard Boyle.
Within North Somerset, Bursars, Administrators and Business Managers have networked for over ten years via the BABM Network. Over time this has evolved but still remains a most valuable method of professional networking available in our ever changing and expanding roles.
Following on from our rewarding inaugural event during the Summer term, our next Data Managers Forum will take place on Wednesday 7th November. Hosted by Viv Reed, MIS Manager at SBS, the event will have a focus on assessment and SIMS resources available to support schools in data management and analysis.
School Business Services are pleased to be able to offer to facilitate this and future sessions from the lovely training facilities at Swiss Cottage School in Camden.
Our National Conference is the only two-day event solely dedicated to the school business leadership and management professional, where all content is tailored specifically to this target audience, including national networking opportunities, high quality keynote speakers, interactive workshops, policy direction and practical tools to take back to your school.
Delivering senior government speakers and association leaders from across the education sector. Supporting personal growth with free CPD certified seminar content and best-practice workshops. An exceptional platform which allows you to engage with over 3,000 influential professionals all looking to connect, network and do business.
The Leicestershire Academies Group meets on a termly basis and we welcome suppliers to attend these conferences to promote their products and services to our members. This is a newly formed rapidly developing group that currently has over 160 members with numbers increasing every year.
The group has been formed to support all types of roles within the Academy e.g. Chair of the Board of Trustees, Governors, CEO’s, Headteachers, CFO’s, Business Managers and other Senior Leaders. The group will provide a self-sufficient support to the Academy Sector within the Leicestershire area and beyond over the coming years.
Following on from our first Data Managers Forum during the Summer term, the event will have a focus on SIMS Interventions, the use of the SEN module for more advanced documentation storing (i.e. EHCP as linked docs) and in the Needs area how to add in links to good web sites for guidance.
We invite you to come along to hear about the latest tools available for Special Schools, upcoming developments, share best-practice and discuss your challenges with experts and peers.
School Business Services are pleased to be able to offer to facilitate this and future sessions from the lovely training facilities at Swiss Cottage School, an outstanding school in Camden for children with complex learning difficulties, emotional, behavioural and communication difficulties.
Hosted by Viv Reed, MIS Manager at SBS, our inaugural Data Managers Forum on Wednesday 11th July will have a focus on assessment and SIMS resources available to support schools in data management and analysis.
Guest presentations from Janette Hall and Ben Jones from Capita will form part of the session along with a Consultancy Café and a chance to Ask the Panel.
There are two separate sessions Primary (morning) and Secondary (afternoon). We invite you to come along to hear about the latest tools available, upcoming developments, share best-practice and discuss your challenges with experts and peers.
This is the definitive one-stop show to hear and learn the latest developments and issues affecting the education sector.
The Academies Show is a free-to-attend show comprising of a comprehensive exhibition housed within 6 targeted zones and an information-packed conference and seminar agenda.
The sessions – one for primary schools and one for secondary schools – demonstrate how SIMS can be maximised to support school improvement and reduce costs.
Morning session for Primary Schools 10:00 – 11:45
Afternoon session for Secondary Schools 13:00 – 15:00
We began this network as School Business Managers had expressed a desire to meet to establish a strong supportive network locally where they can discuss current issues, share best-practice, and offer an understanding ear for the unique challenges that they face in their diverse and ever-changing roles.
Never fear if you didn’t attend our previous date. Each session has a self-contained structure and agenda, designed to provide insight, topical debates so that our delegates will leave information to apply in their day-to-day roles.
Refreshments and pastries will be provided!