Brexit Briefing Manchester

Date: 21/10/2019

Venue: Midland Hotel, Manchester
https://www.themidlandhotel.co.uk

Price: £0.00

Who is it for? Bursars, heads, governors and members of the senior management team.



Course detail

The ISBA has been successful in bidding for government funding to run a series of five Brexit Briefings in various locations starting on 11 October in London. The content is aimed at governors, heads and bursars, these events will be run at no cost to delegates. The programme will include how Brexit, as it is currently envisaged, will affect the economy, and within that the independent school market. There will be updates on data regulation, the movement of people (and employment issues specifically created by Brexit), safer recruitment and logistics. The briefing day will end with thoughts on how the sector will have to shape itself for the future. Although this is tailored to the independent schools sector, we would be delighted to welcome bookings from schools not in membership of the ISBA



Programme

This briefing is at no cost to attendees, however, in order to complete your online booking, please select the BACS payment option at checkout.

 

Provisional Running Order

 

 

Time

 

 

Session

Speakers

09.15

Arrival and refreshments

 

10.00

Introduction

ISC / ISBA

10.05

The economic effects of BREXIT

Professor Joe Nellis or John Kelly (CCLA Economist)

11.00

Break

 

11.15

GDPR

Craig Stilwell (Judicium)

11.30

Movement of people

Tom Brett-Young (VWV)

12.10

Safer recruitment

ACRO COBIS (speaker to be nominated)

12.50

Financial crime

Chris Fawcett / Lloyds Bank

13.30

Lunch

 

14.30

Logistics, supply of food, fuel and medicines

Simon Pollard (ISCC)

15.10

Future of the sector

Tina Allison or Guy Biggin (Crowe)

16.00

Close

 


   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

Speakers

Tina Allison, Partner Crowe UK

Joe Nellis, Professor of Global Economy and Deputy Director, School of Management Cranfield School of Management

Craig Stilwell , Head Of Data Services Judicium Education

Tom Brett Young, Partner VWV

Colin Bell, COBIS CEO COBIS

Thomas Mason, T/Acro Senior Manager ACRO Criminal Records Office

Chris Stanley, Managing Partner ISCC

Vin Pandha, Manager, Commercial Banking Business Risk Lloyds Bank SME

David Woodgate, Chief Executive ISBA