Promote-Ed were delighted to the be the main sponsor at the Annual National End Point Assessment (EPA) Conference held at the Welcome Centre in Coventry on the 20th February.
With over 200 delegates and exhibitors in attendance listing to an array of speakers covering a range of topics related to End Point Assessment, including Charlotte Bosworth, Managing Director of Innovate Awarding and Chris Jones, Specialist Advisor to Apprenticeships at Ofsted plus many more.
With Question and Answer sessions held throughout the day, chaired by Tony Allen, it’s clear that the education sector is still one of constant change. Attendees still have lots of questions about navigating the sector and Promote-Ed were on hand to promote the positivity of the sector and the Promote-Ed message as well as launching the Cyber Essentials service in conjunction with RDS which now becomes mandatory at the start of the new contract year.
Lindsay McCurdy said ‘The feedback received from the day has been overwhelmingly positive, if each person can take away one useful piece of information, and hopefully more, then our conference is a success.’
Lee Marples added ‘In such a short space of time it is clear more than ever that our sector is crying out for support and the promotion of the positive messages that happen every day across the sector. We are delighted to announce our support package for providers who will now be required to gain Cyber Essentials accreditation and we look forward to more exciting developments with Promote-Ed over the coming months to further strengthen the support network our providers needs.’
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