On 27 April 2018, we were back at The Optic Centre at Wrexham Glyndwr University in St Asaph for the ‘Made in North Wales – Learn Together – Work Together’ event.
The objectives of the conference were:
- Understanding the context and priorities across North Wales and how through leadership and learning we can tackle the complex issues faced across all sectors collectively with a learning partnership
- Exploring how the 2025 movement influences and supports public leadership and the aims of the Future Generations Act
- Understanding the business case for investment in learning and public leadership from the perspective of the private and third sectors
- To help inform the content & delivery of Public Services Leadership Programme – developed in partnership by Wrexham Glyndwr University and 2025, and build public, private and third sector engagement going forward.
The programme for the event was varied (FINAL PROGRAM CYMRAEG / FINAL PROGRAM ENGLISH) , consisting of keynote speeches on perspectives of leadership & learning in various sectors, and a rotation of three afternoon workshops.
You can watch a round up of the day here
Rather than publish a post-conference report, as we have done in the past, this time a series of short clips were filmed to enable people to reflect on the event and consider & comment onto next steps.
You can view the clips by following us on Twitter @2025Movement
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Thank you to conference sponsor Seddon Construction