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With less than a year to go before the next general election, all the main political parties in England support the idea of 14-19 as a distinct phase in education and training. We are delighted that Steve Besley, Head of Policy at Edexcel, will be joining us to assess where Labour, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats have reached in their thinking on 14-19.

14 – 19: Where the Main Parties Stand
05 November 2009, 2pm – 4pm. £99 plus VAT **Friends’ rate £89.10 plus VAT. London

This policy briefing will consider where each of the main parties stand on 14 – 19 education and training issues. Considering each party in term, Steve Besley of Edexcel will set out the respective policies. Mark Corney, Policy Advisor to the Campaign for Learning, will act as respondent. Following the presentation there will then be plenty of opportunities for delegates to raise questions and discuss the issues.

For more information or to book a place at this event, please click on the link above or alternatively visit and follow links for events. Alternatively contact Karla McLaren on 020 7766 0010 or

Other forthcoming events:

Adult Skills: the state of play, 23 October 2009, 11am – 1pm, Leeds

Transferring 16 – 18 funding to LAs, 05 November 2009, 11am – 1pm, London

Reforming or Reactive: where are we with qualification reform? 06 November 2009, 10am – 12pm, Sheffield

Moving towards the creation of the Skills Funding Agency, 06 November 2009, 2pm – 4pm, Sheffield

Creating a balance in lifelong learning: The Inquiry into the Future for Lifelong Learning, 23 November 2009, 2pm – 49, London

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