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The biggest learning forum and exhibition dedicated to catering education in the UK

Who should attend? Those responsible for hospitality and culinary education all further education and higher education colleges and universities offering hospitality qualifications, awarding bodies, training providers, manufacturers and suppliers of hospitality and culinary products and equipment. Teachers in secondary schools who have responsibility for hospitality education. New format: 1.5 day forum sessions; Regional networking breakfast; Pre-event networking evening; Awards dinner; Now held at the east midlands conference centre

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Forum topics
An employers perspective Ofsted and the importance of developing the employer links The state of the nation report and policy update Creating lifetime partnerships

Workshops
Pre-employment training Apprenticeships Topline employability Use of technology Preparing for the 3-day notice inspection Traineeships 6 months on The differentiated curriculum Methods of integrating entrepreneurship into the curriculum Handling reductions in funding

Live masterclasses
Fish skillery Confectionary Streetfood Aperitifs Liquid Nitrogen Patisserie

BOOK YOUR DELEGATE PLACE TODAY! www.mcculloughmoore.co.uk/pace As a corporate affiliate of the CPD institute, PACE will award CPD hours to delegates attending the event

EMPLOYABILITY:
PROFESSIONAL JOBS FOR PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE
This year, the PACE and People 1st learning & development forum will focus on employability. It will equip both management and teaching staff from colleges, universities and schools with the best practices, tools and advice on how to prepare their students for the world of work. There will also be workshops on the latest government legislation and funding developments and demonstrations on the latest culinary trends. THE AUDITORIUM The East Midlands Conference Centres purpose built auditorium provides the perfect platform for presenting the latest government developments across the education sector. Topics will include the state of the nation report and creating lifetime partnerships. WORKSHOPS In order to tailor the forum programme to your needs, there will be a range of interactive workshops that you can choose to attend. The core workshop topics such as Handling Reductions in Funding, will be repeated so that you dont have to miss them. Other topics include apprenticeships and the differentiated curriculum. LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS To complement the workshops and plenary sessions, the live demonstrations are a refreshing approach to keeping you up-to-date with the latest skills and culinary trends. Taking place on purpose built demo kitchens within the exhibition, classes will include street food, liquid nitrogen and aperitifs. THE EXHIBITION The East Midlands Conference Centre has a beautiful atrium area that allows us to create a free flowing, business networking and exhibition community for delegates. In this area, you will find equipment suppliers, awarding institutes, ingredient suppliers and recruitment companies all showcasing the latest technologies on the market. THE VENUE The East Midlands Conference Centre is purpose built and hired exclusively for the PACE event. There is a beautiful atrium area that allows us to create a free flowing, business networking and exhibition community for delegates around the main auditorium which ensures we keep everyone together in one exclusive area. Your accommodation during the event will be in a brand new DeVere hotel that has just been built and has a connecting walkway from the East Midlands Conference centre. This means that the quality and comfort of your accommodation will be first class, and standard of food excellent. ABOUT PACE PACE is an organisation with a regional and national network of members whose aim is to encourage catering educational institutions to work together to manage the challenges of continual change within hospitality and catering education. PACE acts as an ambassador and lobbying organisation on behalf of its members to express their shared views to relevant bodies and organisations affecting catering, education and training. PACE also strives to promote staff development and interchange within the industry. PACE provides unity across the hospitality and catering sector, and controls the education, welfare and opportunities of more than 180,000 students annually. PACE current members represent more than 400 organisations with catering courses throughout Great Britain and the Channel Islands.

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Good mix of workshops spread through the 2 days that will support future development for my team. Challenging discussions and networking opportunities Steve Thorpe,
City College Norwich

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FEEDBACK FROM 2013


This was an interesting and informative conference and was organised well, venue was great. Best workshop was Royston Guest with Enterprise in Colleges Louise Crompton,
West Cheshire College

Good selection of speakers and topics. Also Masterclasses very good (attended 3) Margaret Georgiou,
Savoy Educational Trust

One of the best events, very informative lots of networking, well done to all
Breda Scholes, Hopwood Hall College

As always the PACE Conference maintains its place at THE event to attend in terms of staff development update and networking. Perhaps this years attempt to reduce the time and cost had a negative effect on ability to see key speakers and activities with many key speakers allocated to the last minute first morning addition
Gerry Shurman, South Downs College

A fantastic dynamic event. Lots of diverse speakers, topics and activities plus great networking opportunities with industry and colleagues Sue Kenyon,
Stockport College

Excellent as usual! Covering issues that are current and relevant with great opportunities to talk to colleagues, share good practices and discuss possible solutions! Thank you
Tony Petruso, Oxford and Cherwell Valley College

I was new to the event but the networking opportunities available were really helpful. Also the workshops were a great idea, however see other answers for further comments
Sarah Abercrombie, Q Hotels

PROVISIONAL FORUM PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY 12 TH MARCH
4.30pm Exhibition set-up 5.30pm PACE AGM 7.30pm Pre-event networking evening

THURSDAY 13 TH MARCH
8.30am 9.30am 9.40am Registration and exhibition viewing Welcome Geoff & Brian Opening Address An employers perspective

(Separate area/programme for passenger transport)


3.30pm 4pm Coffee & exhibition viewing Workshop 10 Workshop 11 Workshop 12 Masterclass 4 4.45pm 5.15pm 7pm 7.30pm 8.00pm Main session Forum close Passenger transport awards and drinks Pre-dinner drinks reception Awards Dinner

12.15pm Workshop 4 Use of technology Workshop 5 Methods of integrating entrepreneurship into the curriculum Workshop 6 Preparing for the 3 day notice inspection Masterclass 2 Confectionery 1pm 2pm 2.45pm Lunch & Exhibition Viewing Main session State of the nation report and policy update Workshop 7 Handling reductions in funding Workshop 8 Traineeships 6 months on Workshop 9 The differentiated curriculum Masterclass 3

10.20am Workshop 1 Pre-employment training Workshop 2 Apprenticeships Workshop 3 Topline Employability Masterclass 1 Fish 11.05am Coffee & exhibition viewing 11.35am Main session Ofsted and the importance of developing the employer links

FRIDAY 14 TH MARCH
7.30 onwards Regional networking breakfast 9am 9.30am 9.40am Registration and exhibition viewing Welcome Main session Creating lifetime partnerships Masterclass 5 Liquid nitrogen in cocktails 11.05am Coffee & exhibition viewing 11.35am Main session 12.05pm Workshop 14 Workshop 15 Workshop 16 Masterclass 6 Patisserie 12.50pm Main session keynote address 1.30pm Forum & exhibition close

10.20am Workshop 7 Handling reductions in funding Workshop 8 Apprenticeships Workshop 13

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2 night residential package in single room including pre-event networking dinner and accommodation on 12 March. Full day forum, exhibition, accommodation & gala dinner on 13 March and networking breakfast, half day forum and exhibition on 14 March Normal price 525 Save 100 if you book before 31 December 2013 1 night residential package in single room including full day forum, exhibition, accommodation & gala dinner on 13 March and networking breakfast, half day forum and exhibition on 14 March Normal price 395 Save 70 if you book before 31 December 2013 Day delegate 13 March includes full day forum and exhibition Normal price 245 Save 50 if you book before 31 December 2013 Gala dinner and accommodation 13 March Gala dinner 13 March

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2 night residential package in single room including pre-event networking dinner and accommodation on 12 March. Full day forum, exhibition, accommodation & gala dinner on 13 March and networking breakfast, half day forum and exhibition on 14 March Normal price 575 Save 100 if you book before 31 December 2013 1 night residential package in single room including full day forum, exhibition, accommodation & gala dinner on 13 March and networking breakfast, half day forum and exhibition on 14 March Normal price 445 Save 70 if you book before 31 December 2013 Day delegate 13 March includes full day forum and exhibition Normal price 295 Save 50 if you book before 31 December 2013 Gala dinner and accommodation 13 March Gala dinner 13 March Half day delegate 14 March includes half day forum and exhibition

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BOOKING TERMS AND CONDITIONS Up until 3 January 2014 all cancellations will incur an administration fee of 25 +VAT. Any changes to accommodation bookings must be made in writing. Residential packages include bed, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Delegates are personally responsible for settling accounts for telephone, newspapers and other personal expenses before leaving the hotel. The information you provide may be used for direct marketing purposes by us. If you do not wish it to be used for such purposes please write to us at the address below.

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Payment terms are 30 days from the date of invoice and must be paid to McCullough Moores bank. Details will be provided on the invoice. All delegate fees must be paid in full prior to the event.

Please fax back on 01293 852375 or call 0870 7779566

or post to: PACE Learning & Development Forum Administration Office c/o McCullough Moore Ltd, Meadow Court, Faygate Lane, Faygate, West Sussex RH12 4SJ or email: pam@mcculloughmoore.co.uk
*NB Allocation on your preferred workshop is not guaranteed, please book in advance to avoid disappointment.