NASBTT Annual Conference “Change and Renewal” (London)

16 Oct
10:00 am, 16 October 2019, Ambassadors Bloomsbury, London

Wednesday, 16th October 2019

10.30a.m. – 3.30p.m.

Registration and refreshments from 10.00a.m.

Our Annual Conference will take place on Wednesday, 16th October 2019 at Ambassadors Bloomsbury, London. 


We are pleased to offer members an exciting line up of speakers.

 ITE inspection: 2020 and beyond – David Storrie, HMI Specialist Advisor for ITE Ofsted

ITT, Recruitment and Retention – Ed Dorrell, Deputy Editor and Head of content, The Tes

The new ITT core content framework – Rachel Hayward, Policy Advisor, ITT Content and Quality, Department for Education

Early Career Framework – Frances Blurton, DfE, Early Career Framework Team

The Year in Review – Emma Hollis, Executive Director, NASBTT

Education Support – Caroline Gielnik, Education Support Partnership

DfE’s new Apply: how you can get involved – Chris Davis, Deputy Service Owner – Find and Apply, Teaching Workforce Directorate, Department for Education

Elevate My Maths (EMM) – Dr. Graham Orpwood, Director of International Programs, Vretta, Anand Karat, President of Vretta and Emma Hollis Executive Director, NASBTT

12.25p.m. -Improving Mental Health – Sarah Houghton, Programme Leader, Mental Health Champions, Place2Be

Innovative Practice – Treena Philpotts, Director of Nottinghamshire Torch SCITT/TSA and NASBTT Innovative Practice Awards Winner 2019

An introduction to NASBTT Analytics – Emma Hollis, Executive Director, NASBTT

Closing plenary – Ian Hollingsworth, NASBTT

In addition, key stakeholders have been invited to attend for you to ask questions of.  Our staff and Trustees will also be present during the day and would be pleased to answer any questions.  There will also be time for you to network with fellow colleagues.


The Annual General Meeting will take place after the Annual Conference at 3.45p.m. There is no charge for members attending the AGM only. Further information will be sent to members.


The cost for NASBTT members will be £175.00 per delegate.

The cost for any non-members attending the conference will be £350.00 per delegate.

Please note the payment and cancellation terms below. Invoices for the Annual Conference will follow in October 2019.

Booking a place

Booking has now closed for our annual conference.

Your booking will be acknowledged by email and an invoice will be raised.

Joining instructions will follow prior to the event.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Jayne Hoskins, Communications Manager, by emailing

Payment and cancellations terms

Invoices will be issued on receipt of the booking. Full payment is due within 30 days of the invoice date.
Cancellations must be received in writing no later than 30 days before the date of the event and will be subject to an administration fee (10% of the delegate cost). Cancellations must be sent to Cancellations received after this time or not put in writing will be subject to the full delegate fee, which will also be charged in the event of non-attendance.
Name changes can be made at any time, up to the day before the event at no charge.
NASBTT will not be able to offer refunds for cancellations arising from events outside of its control.
NASBTT reserves the right to alter the programme and change the speakers without prior notice.