The ASET Conference 2013
The Placement and Employability Professionals' Conference
3-5 September 2013
University of Greenwich, Greenwich Campus
The "Social" Revolution
Keynote Speaker : Sir Tim Wilson
Back to top
Back to top
Back to top
Booking for the ASET 2013 Conference
The delegate rates for 2013 :
£620 ASET member institutions
£775 Non-member institutions (to include 6 months institutional membership)
£575 Presenter rate (including non-members)
These rates are inclusive of three-day access, two-nights accommodation, meals and refreshments and a full conference proceedings after the event.
£500 ASET member institutions
£625 Non-member institutions
£475 Presenter rate (including non-members)
These rates are inclusive of lunch and morning/afternoon refreshments only. Rates do not include evening meals.
£250 per day
£125 Half day rate for Thursday
£75 per night
Day rates only include lunch. Night rates only include room and breakfast.
Early Bird Booking discount does not apply to day rates.
Additional night Monday 2 September
For those delegates wishing to stay on the night of Monday 2 September (no evening meal), there will be an additional charge of £75
Booking for this additional night can only be taken with initial booking.
Booking forms for the 2013 Conference are available from the ASET office firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2012 conference was held at the University of Chester, at the Chester Campus in the heart of the picturesque city of Chester. The theme Adding Value, Measuring Impact , drew a capacity crowd of 116 delegates over the three days.
With Keynote Speakers and CPD sessions on the two main days of conference and a total of 25 Practitioner Workshops and Research Paper presentations, there was a full and interesting schedule around the conference theme.
Highlights of Day 1 included:
Tuesday 4th September
Keynote Speaker: Ms Raegan Hiles, AMOSSHE (the UK Student Services Organisation)
CPD Presentation: Changes in HE and impact on us, Naeema Pasha, Consultant
and Day 2
Wednesday 5th September
Keynote Speaker: Mr Paul Redmond, University of Liverpool/AGCAS President-Elect
CPD Presentation: The Quality Code and its Impact on Work Based and Placement Learning, Dr Anett Loescher, Development Officer QAA
The conference also saw the launch of ASET Viewpoints, with the following two being the first in a planned series of opinion on key areas of interest or concern to all of us in the sector.
1 Paid and Unpaid Placements
2 The Benefits of Placements
If you would like further copies of these ASET Viewpoints please contact the ASET office.
The 2012 conference was supported by Pearson Education:
"At Pearson, we believe in learning — all kinds of learning for all kinds of people. Whether it’s at home, at university or in the workplace, learning is the key to improving our life chances. With a range of Higher Education learning solutions, everything we publish — from textbooks to eLearning programmes — is designed to help students learn and achieve success. We offer products in a variety of formats because we recognise that all learners do not learn in the same way. Our eLearning and Assessment solutions, MyLab's and Mastering, offer personalised study paths, customised teaching resources and powerful results reporting. Our goal is to save educators time and improve students’ learning, understanding and grades."
University of Chester, Chester Campus
Back to top