Join us at simultaneous events in London, Leeds, and Dubai on Tuesday 25 June 2019 for the launch of the Next Generation Laser e-portfolio and virtual learning environment.
We will be live at venues in London, Leeds, and Dubai with three keynote speakers to discuss the evolution of digital learning in the further education sector, and how those working to develop life-long learning and skills are making a crucial difference across the globe.
The event will be hosted by The One Show’s Kevin Duala who has been bringing our digital learning resources to life for the past five years.
Author of the 1994 Royal Society of Arts commissioned report, ‘Start Right: The Importance of Early Learning’, Sir Christopher has been crucial to the development of the Laser since it’s conception back in 2008.
Sir Christopher was a guide to Laser Learning Directors when they began with just a vision of flexible and accessible online learning for early years staff, and has been a constant supporter of our work ever since.
Currently, Sir Christopher is promoting his book Early Childhood Education Redefined, which evaluates the impact of the Start Right: The Importance of Early Learning (RSA, 1994) report with research from a collaboration of early years specialists and academics, including Professor Pat Preedy.
Julie has over 10 years’ experience of management in the childcare and education sector. Julie spent 12 years prior to this gaining commercial sales and training experience working in industry as a Regional then National Account Manager.
Julie joined CACHE in 2010 as Northern Regional Manager and in 2011 was appointed Senior National Development Manager. In 2013 she was promoted to Director of Business Development where she directed the development of high quality vocational qualifications in care, health and education for learners and employers; improving the skills level and professional standards of the childcare, adult care, education and health care workforce. Julie is now the Director of CACHE.
In Julie’s role as Director of CACHE, she led on the recent Save Our Early Years campaign which resulted in the government reinstating Functional Skills as an alternative qualification for Level 3 Early Years Educators.
Sarah is the CEO and founder of EYES and Quest. With over 25 years experience of working within the education sector at senior level in the UK and overseas, Sarah set up EYES and later Quest in order to support and promote the quality of education in both the early years and primary sectors.
As well as carrying out the important day to day tasks of running a company, Sarah is very much a hands-on, proactive CEO. She regularly guest speaks at important educational events and conferences around the region, she also delivers a number of CPD courses.