As part of Responsible Business Week, SSAT is holding a conference for school leaders looking at the importance of developing non-cognitive skills and qualities in young people.
During the conference, BITC will chair a panel and facilitate a workshop that focusses on the role business can play in enabling young people to develop the skills and characteristics they need to be successful in school and beyond.
This conference will underline the importance of this work to the business sector and inspire a broader engagement in this agenda among school leaders.
There will be opportunities for debate and sharing ideas, as well as input from keynote speakers, such as Richard Hardie, Chair, UBS Ltd and Sir Anthony Seldon, Master of Wellington College.
This event is by invitation only and registration is essential to secure your place. If you have any general enquiries or wish to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org