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The Conference

What Does The Conference Include?

  • A full one-day conference starting at 9.00 am and finishing at your convenience.
  • A case study written for that day, not recycled lecture notes from other conferences.
  • Remember: these conferences are tailor-made. Every resource is unique and is created for YOUR pupils at YOUR school.

The Cost

  • The fee for all this is £360 – or 65p a mile + £60 to charity – whichever is the lower. The minimum fee is £120 (+ the £60 to charity)
  • £60 goes to the the MS Society which makes the fee approximately the same as a supply teacher but with an open-ended finishing time!

Why £360?

From 2009: “We pay the agency £200 a day for supply teachers – that’s the bare minimum you should charge!” – Larry Broomhead, Head of Business Studies at London Nautical School.

An Example Conference

  • 9.00 – 10.00 Case study written for your school
  • 10.00 – 12.00 Year 13 financial analysis/case study work
  • 12.15 – 12.45 10 minute tutorials with year 13 on pre-arranged topics
  • 12.45 – 13.30 Briefing with Business Studies teachers
  • 13.30 – 15.30 Year 12 – the external environment
  • 15.30 – 16.30 Years 12 & 13 – current government policy
  • 16.30 onwards Open question & answer session (volunteers only)

Note: Depending on distance we may ask for your help in finding overnight accommodation to ensure a bright start at 9am.

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Compliments

Thank you so much for everything. Your in-put into Tom’s economics has made a massive difference to him. He has also enjoyed you teaching him, which is more than half of the battle I guess. Thanks also for your understanding with Tom’s stress levels! Hopefully now exams are over (or tomorrow, should I say), things will only improve now! Can’t thank you enough. Your reputation was excellent when we first heard of you, but having experienced the effect your teaching has, you deserve even better! Obviously Tom will be emailing you tomorrow to let you know how he got on and meantime, enough of my compliments! With best wishes. - Sue, Parent