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  The Annual Conference & Exhibition 2013 was our biggest conference to date. We would like to thank all our speakers, visitors, sponsors, exhibitors and colleagues for their support this year. We hope to see you again next year •

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NACUE / Charity

Business type: Charity

Stand: 54

Location: Hall 3

NACUE is a nationwide network of student societies taking positive action to create an enterprising generation. We support student enterprise societies to lead their peers towards greater creativity, confidence and capability for their whole lives; and advocate improved access to opportunities for enterprise for all students.

Website: www.nacue.com

Twitter: @nacue

NAMSS / Membership Organisation

Business type: Membership Organisation

Stand: H4

Location: Hall 1 Foyer

NAMSS represents the interests of over 320 Colleges and 700 managers & support staff working in the broad area of Student Services across the United Kingdom. Members benefits include national and one-day conferences, access to regional networks and a dedicated JISC mail. NAMSS has regular representation on stakeholder groups with the DfE, LSIS, NUS, SLC and HEFCE.
We are proud to sponsor the ‘NAMSS Award for Student Services’ AoC Beacon Award this year.

Website: www.namss.org.uk

National Careers Service / Careers skills and training

Business type: Careers skills and training

Stand: 20

Location: Hall 3

The National Careers Service is available free of charge online, via webchat and over the phone, and in a wide range of locations across England. It provides everyone aged 13 and over access to the best information, advice and resources to make more effective choices about skills, careers, work and life.

Website: https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk

Twitter: @nationalcareers

National Centre for Diversity / Equality & Diversity Service

Business type: Equality & Diversity Service

Stand: 3

Location: Hall 3

The National Centre for Diversity is the UK's primary authority in relation to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI). We have worked with over 100 Colleges delivering Investors in Diversity at all three stages. We have recently launched what has been described by a Training Manager as "the best online EDI learning course ever created". We have developed the UK's first ever EDI leadership programme for CEO's, MD's, College Principals, governors and Managers.

Website: www.nationalcentrefordiversity.com/

National Council of Faiths and Beliefs in Further Education (fbfe) / Charity

Business type: Charity

Stand: H6

Location: Hall 1 Foyer

The National Council of Faiths and Beliefs in Further Education. (fbfe) is a national independent inter-faith charity. fbfe works with the learning and skills sector, national and local faith/belief based communities and groups to support the development of multi-faith/belief contributions to the curriculum and learner support services in further education.

Website: www.fbfe.org.uk

National Union of Students / Membership Organisation

Business type: Membership Organisation

Stand: H8

Location: Hall 1 Foyer

National Union of Students is a voluntary membership organisation which makes a real difference to the lives of students. Our 600 member students' unions account for over 95% of all higher and further education unions in the UK. Through our member unions, we represent the interests of more than seven million students.

Website: www.nus.org.uk

Twitter: @nusuk

NCC Education Ltd- Business Lounge Sponsor / Awarding Organisation

Business type: Awarding Organisation

Stand: 19

Location: Hall 3

NCC Education is the UK’s leading awarding body in IT and Business, providing assessment and certification through recognised British qualifications internationally.
We design qualifications which allow candidates to progress through levels on their journey for lifelong learning at their own pace and receive a certificate at each stage.

Website: www.nccedu.com

Twitter: @NCCEducation

NCFE - Registration Sponsor / Awarding Organisation

Business type: Awarding Organisation

Stand: F17

Location: Hall 3 Foyer

NCFE is passionate about designing, developing and certificating diverse, nationally recognised qualifications and awards. These qualifications contribute to the success of millions of learners at all levels at colleges, schools and training organisations across the country. A registered educational charity with a heritage in learning that goes back over 150 years, NCFE is dynamic and responsive with a buzz that sets it apart.

Website: www.ncfe.org.uk

Twitter: @NCFE

Network for Black Professionals / Not for Profit

Business type: Not for Profit

Stand: H2

Location: Hall 1 Foyer

NBP is a non-profit social-justice organisation recognised in the FE Sector as the authority on race equality and the leading lobbyist for a more representative workforce. With 160 corporate members and 14 years expertise, the Network is committed to supporting BAME professionals to achieve their full career and civic potential.

Website: www.nbp.org.uk

Twitter: @thenetworknbp

NIACE / Education Charity

Business type: Education Charity

Stand: 18

Location: Hall 3

NIACE is a membership organisation that works to promote more, better and different adult learning by supplying expert consultancy, high-quality development work; empowering training courses, and much, much more. Visit our stand to talk about how we can work with you.

Website: www.niace.org.uk

NOCN / Awarding Organisation

Business type: Awarding Organisation

Stand: 13

Location: Hall 3

NOCN creates amazing opportunities for your learners by providing the best and most flexible qualifications in response to their needs. We create and develop flexible qualifications by harnessing our unique knowledge of flexible, credit-based learning to make sure you have the best products to meet the needs of your learners and market opportunities. Our functional skills, employability, progression and vocational qualifications can help support your learners to prepare for and undertake apprenticeships as well as helping them to gain employment.

Website: www.nocn.org.uk

"Inspiring speakers and a fantastic venue made this conference the best I've attended in a long time." Steve Gibson, Newcastle Sixth Form College
"Further education is ever changing and we are often bombarded with a lot of information and briefings. The conference provided the opportunity to look at issues in a more holistic manner, to listen and to seek clarification from the actual policy-makers. It also gave me the opportunity to consider how to move forward to meet the challenges." Adrian Cottrell, Canterbury College
"It was very informative and I brought many ideas back to the College. Networking opportunities were excellent to share ideas and good practice. The organisation of the conference was exceptional." Christine Bampton, Southport College
"As a first time delegate I was blown away with how well the sector collaborates, shares and works together. As a governor I picked up so much about FE and also gained a greater grounding of the issues, challenges and wider community support." Paul Muszanskyj, Kirklees College