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CEM Data Interpretation Conference (Manchester)
Wed 3 May 2017, 09:00 – 17:00 BST
These CEM assessment data workshops are run by Evidence Based Education (EBE), the approved provider for training on CEM Durham's assessment systems.
This is the workshop for CEM's assessments in the north west - for a list of our other upcoming dates and venues, click here.
Primary sessions (Association Room):
- Session 1 (9am - 10:30am) - BASE
- Session 2 (11am - 12:30pm) - PIPS
- Session 3 (1:30pm - 3pm) - Assessment Without Levels (plus Q&A, all together in Baronial Hall)
- Session 4 (3:30pm - 5pm) - InCAS
Secondary sessions (Baronial Hall):
- Session 1 (9am - 10:30am) - MidYIS
- Session 2 (11am - 12:30pm) - Yellis
- Session 3 (1:30pm - 3pm) - Assessment Without Levels (plus Q&A all together in Baronial Hall)
- Session 4 (3:30pm - 5pm) - ALIS
Tickets allow access to all of the workshops above, as well as the plenary session on Assessment Without Levels, with EBE director Stuart Kime. They also include refreshments throughout the day and lunch at 12:30pm.
If you want help analysing your own school’s data, our EBE experts will also be hosting ‘data clinics’ throughout the day in an adjacent room; ten-minute slots can be booked for these upon arrival.
Read more on our training on CEM assessment data, and our other services, by clicking here.
Do you offer Group Discounts if we would like more than one ticket?
Of course! Full-priced tickets are available at £220 for the full day. If you'd like more than one, select instead the "group rate" tickets, and your desired quantity - these are priced at £200 each for the full day.
What is a ‘data clinic’?
Data Clinics are short, focused sessions with individuals or very small groups in which teachers and school leaders bring along specific data sets and relevant questions. These questions are then put to the EBE expert. Questions may be about interpretation of the data, using them as part of a monitoring and evaluation system in school or identifying areas for support amongst cohorts…anything that you want help with!
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is no parking available at the school, so we would recommend travelling by public transport where possible. Chetham’s School is located adjacent to Manchester Victoria station which is a couple of minutes’ walk away. There are several public car parks available within a few hundred metres of the School which are open 24 hours and reasonably priced.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Please do bring either a printed ticket or email confirmation on your phone. We will have a list on the door to cross-check and register you.
Are refreshments and lunch provided?
Tickets include lunch at 12:30pm, as well as teas, coffees and light refreshments throughout the day.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?