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Supporting Creative Industries
30 Jun 2011
New routes into arts and culture. 6th National Conference

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This conference provided an opportunity for industry representatives, central and local government, and all those involved in the delivery of creative education from FE and HE providers, to discuss the skills and attributes that are really valued in different sectors.

Adobe White Paper: The Silent Transformation: Evolution and Impact of Digital Communication Skills Development
in Post-Secondary Education

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Adobe White Paper
The Silent Transformation: Evolution and Impact of Digital Communication Skills Development in Post-Secondary Education

10:00
Pauline Tambling, Joint Chief Executive Officer, Creative & Cultural Skills; Managing Director, National Skills Academy for Creative and Cultural
Welcome and introduction

10:15
Fintan Donohue, Principal and Chief Executive, North Hertfordshire College; AoC Skills Champion Creative and Cultural Industries
Creativity and entrepreneurship as strategic drivers for transformation

10:30
Liz Wilkins, Head of Education Marketing, Adobe
Creating Prosperity – the value of UK higher education to the creative economy

10:45
Iain Brinkley, Director, The Work Foundation
The creative sector – its role in the UK’s recovery

11:00
Martin Bright, Founder and Chief Executive, The Creative Society
Keynote address

11:15
Questions and discussion: Session 1
11:30
Refreshments, networking and exhibition
12:00
Pauline Tambling, Joint Chief Executive Officer, Creative & Cultural Skills; Managing Director, National Skills Academy for Creative and Cultural
National Skills Academy

12:15
Hasan Bakhshi, Director, Creative Industries, NESTA’s Policy & Research Unit
HE-Creative Industries engagement

12:30
Professor Stuart Bartholomew, Principal, Arts University College, Bournemouth; Chair, ukadia;
12:40
Keith Evans, Managing Director, The Creative Industries Development Agency
12:45
Rosy Greenlees, Director, Crafts Council
13:00
Buffet lunch, networking and exhibition
14:00
Dale Bassett, Research Director, Reform
Introduction from session chair

14:10
James Evans, Director, Research and Development, Creative & Cultural Skills
Shaping the system so the creative economy thrives

14:30
Laura Gander-Howe, Director of Learning, Arts Council England
Enhancing the pipeline of talent

14:50
Questions and discussion: Session 3
15:00
Refreshments, networking and exhibition
15:30
Seminar 1 : Working with employers to develop effective apprenticeship routes
Daniel Kunka, Employer Services Manager, National Apprenticeship Service

15:40
Seminar 2 : Escalator to success - an industry perspective on creative graduates
Cheryl Butler, Head of Culture, Eastleigh Borough Council

15:40
Seminar 3 : The National School of Furniture - all through provision
Alison Shreeve, Head of School, Design Crafts and Visual Arts, Buckinghamshire New University; Chris Hyde, Head, National School of Furniture: Oxford Rycotewood Furniture Centre

16:35
Adobe Interview
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