This month, with our programme for the 2016-17 session in full swing, we have a wide range of activity to share with you. We are looking forward to the Annual Awards ceremony in November and I am delighted to announce the shortlisted colleges. Next month we will be hosting the CDN College Board Members' Conference, if you are a Board member please do sign up to this important event.
We are delighted to announce the shortlist for this year's CDN Annual Awards. Congratulations to all the shortlisted colleges. The winners will be announced at a black tie awards dinner on Tuesday 22 November 2016 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow. Book your place at the awards here.
College Board Members' Conference The CDN College Board Members' Conference will take place on Tuesday 25 October 2016 at the Hilton, Glasgow. Building on the launch of the 'Guide for Board Members in the College Sector', the conference will bring Board Members together and provide them with opportunities to network, share experiences and learn from recent developments in the sector. We are delighted that the Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science, Shirley-Anne Somerville, will provide a keynote address.
Support for college access and inclusion strategies
The first of three sessions scheduled between now and December will take place on 27 September at CDN's conference facility in Stirling. The other sessions are scheduled for 2 November and 1 December to coincide with the deadline for colleges submitting their draft Outcome Agreements.
Find out more and book.
CDN Webinar programme
CDN offers a dynamic webinar programme which is available to anyone to join for free. The current programme has a focus on qualifications and achievement. Examples of forthcoming webinars include: CDN's Framework for Supporting Continuous Professional Learning and Development; Co-operative Learning Principles into Practice; and Power Up Your Theory Sessions. View our forthcoming webinar programme or take a look at the recordings of our past webinars.
CDN has launched a new campaign for 2016-17, #yearofCPD, which has been designed to encourage college lecturers to make the most of the CPD opportunities offered by CDN.