We hosted an Entitlement Framework conference in Lisburn and Cookstown last term. We welcomed over 230 principals and senior managers to the event which was an opportunity to discuss:
- CCEA's new applied qualifications and associated support package; and
- the challenges of implementing the Entitlement Framework.
Gavin Boyd, Interim Chief Executive of CCEA, set the scene by emphasising how EF qualifications will support a range of related Department policies and initiatives.
Evaluation of the conference indicated that 91 percent of attendees found the event either useful or very useful. We were given lots of valuable feedback that will help inform future similar events. Thanks to all who attended.
Setting the Context - Gavin Boyd (Interim Chief Executive, CCEA)
The Q+A Panel - Marion Wilcox (Programme Manager, CCEA), John McClune (Invest NI), Esther Martin (Programme Manager, CCEA), Roger McCune (Accreditation Manager, CCEA) and Gavin Boyd (Interim Chief Executive, CCEA)
The Q+A Panel along with the Panel of Peers - Paul Brannigan - Christian Brothers Grammar School, Omagh, Thomas Heaney - Northern Regional College and Phillip Kerr - St Pius X College
Introducing the Panel of Peers - Anne Marie Duffy, CCEA