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ePEP National Conference 2015

National ePEP conference in central London on the 5th October 2015.

Further to the overwhelming success from the Manchester ePEP conference held on November 2014, we will be hosting the national ePEP conference in Central London on the 5th October 2015.

Existing and new authorities will be invited to attend for a morning demonstration around ePEP’s new Pupil Premium tracker. The team will be showing you how ePEP links funding to SMART targets and holds professionals to account.

On the day we will be demonstrating the virtual school ePEP dashboard and providing an afternoon workshop exploring how local authorities using ePEP have been allocating and tracking the Pupil Premium. We will also be showcasing the ePEP PPR tracker demonstrating its effectiveness with tracking funding, accountability and expenditure from schools.

Afternoon workshop exploring how to make ePEP more effective in supporting LAC and professionals. Finally an ePEP questions and answer session to end the afternoon.

The conference is free to attend and will start from 10:00am until 3:00pm.

Lunch will be provided at 12:00pm.

Please register your interest if you would like to attend any of the conferences by email to adam.leavesley@egovdigital.com or please contact 0845 680 7403 for your reservation.

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Case study from the ePEP Manchester conference. November 2014

“Just wanted to say a massive thanks for yesterday’s event, it was great to be involved, to see the new dashboard and be encouraged to speak up about any advancements we’d like (which, as you know, I’m quite fond of doing anyway. I valued, incredibly, the networking with other Virtual School team members with people in similar roles to myself, understanding their current processes, discussing our own around Pupil Premium expenditure and I’ve left with some good ideas for our own authority moving forward. I was more than happy to recommend ePEP. Also, it was great to finally meet Ewen, and AJ who we sat with at lunch was a really personable lad with a lot of passion for doing what he does in your team, which is always good to see.

If the next event, in January, was open to me too I’d really value a place. It’s incredibly rare I get to meet others with similar job roles to be able to discuss ideas with, especially surrounding ePEP which is obviously a huge part of my job here. Granted, it’s a long way to go to London for a few hours spent in a conference but I valued yesterday enough to want to be able to do it and to meet more new faces and share more ideas with others.

Excellent event, really enjoyed it.”

Adam Palmer

Team Coordinator
Virtual School for Looked After Children Hull CC