Date Location Title
25-Feb Manchester Metropolitan University 1 Risk Assessment and Due Diligence
01-Mar Manchester Metropolitan University 2 An Introduction to Work Placement Management
22-Mar ASET Offices, Sheffield 3 Supporting Disabled Students with Placements
19-Apr Glasgow Caledonian University 4 Placements with SMEs
26-Apr Manchester Metropolitan University 5 From Placements to Employability
03-May London – Senate House 6 Placements, Work Based Learning and Social Mobility
17-May Manchester Metropolitan University 7 Developing Overseas Placements
09-Jun London – Senate House 8 Marketing for Placements
21-Jun Manchester Metropolitan University 9 Placements with SMEs
05-Jul London – Senate House 10 Facing Facebook, Tackling Twitter and Living with LinkedIn
14-Jul Manchester Metropolitan University 11 Innovation in Placement Assessment
10. Facing Facebook, Tackling Twitter and Living with Linked In (#FFTTLL)
Tuesday 5th July (10am-4pm)
Senate House, London
A workshop exploring ways in which HE staff can use social media to engage with their students and ideas on how to coach students on the positive and professional use of social media. We will also provide a receptive forum for discussing doubts about using social media and how to manage these.
Please note the last day for booking on this workshop is Monday 27th June
11. Innovation in Placement Assessment (IPA)
Thursday 14th July (10am-4pm)
Manchester Metropolitan University
There’s more than one way to….assess a placement. From vlogs and blogs, to PDP and journals, essays and reports, posters and presentations, self-reflective practice and peer-assisted assessment, our facilitators will introduce contemporary, relevant and authentic methods of assessment for placements and work based learning models. In this participative workshops, delegates will be invited to engage in discussion and dialogue on the topic including exploring issues such as:
Please note the last day for booking on this workshop is Monday 4th July
ASET is always open to discussions on running bespoke sessions at institutions. We try and make these as easy to host as possible by offering to split invoices across faculties, allow institutions to invite and charge delegates from partner colleges etc. Prices start from £1500 for an unlimited delegates (subject only to the size of the room you can provide). We are a non-profit making organisation so the rates only subsequently increase by virtue of any third party consultants we deem appropriate to bring in.
We can run sessions on one topic or can mix and match different parts to cover multiple areas.
Some of the core topics we can offer include:
Please feel free to suggest any other relevant areas for staff development training you would like.