(Update 3 December 2021: On-demand access has now closed)
The Society for Education and Training (SET), which is part of the Education and Training Foundation (ETF), is celebrating a successful fourth annual conference and has now released tickets to watch the SET Conference 2021 back on demand.
This year’s conference, which was attended by 460 delegates, has been described as a “really valuable day” and “an incredible day of reflection” with “thought provoking discussions” and “invaluable CPD”.
With four keynote sessions and 16 breakouts, there is plenty to catch up with across the platform. Hosted by the hugely popular and entertaining host, Sarah Simons, the online conference features high-profile keynote speakers, a range of exciting, practical breakout sessions, digital supporters and networking opportunities. You can also view the chat box from the day, questions which were asked, and our Leaderboard challenge – with congratulations going to Sean O’Dell, Kara Durn and Elaine Battams, who came in first, second and third place, respectively.
“I was thrilled with how the day went and how engaged our delegates were with each of our sessions. We also had the highest engagement rates across social media for the day of a SET Conference, which really highlighted the insightful and inspiring quotes, topics and information which were shared and how much resonated with our SET members,” said Martin Reid, Director of Professionalism and Customer Experience at the ETF.
“Every year we try and make the conference even better than the last, taking into account feedback from our survey and on the day itself. Thank you to everyone who made the day what it was, and we can’t wait to start planning for 2022!”
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