Vision for Technology in Education Conference – Monday 9th February 2015

Microsoft are running a joint ICT conference with School Business Services specifically designed to help school leadership teams understand how to embed new and upcoming technologies within your schools. The event is free to attend.


Book Now: Vision for Technology in Education Conference – Monday 9th February 2015

School Business Services is a leading supplier of education support services. Across three core specialisms; ICT, MIS/SIMS and Finance & Business Management; SBS offers consultancy, training, helpdesk support and managed services to over 350 schools.

SBS has developed its own cloud-based budget management software, SBS Online. Created to meet the ever changing needs of school and academy development, it incorporates budget planning, reporting and monitoring in one user-friendly interface.

Whether you are looking to improve your current ICT infrastructure, planning new technology procurement, or simply want the latest news on Microsoft educational products, this conference is for you.

SBS is delighted to announce the confirmed guest speaker as Jenny Smith, Frederick Bremer School’s Headteacher from the popular Channel 4 programme 'Educating the East End'.

Who should attend?

Headteachers • Principals • Deputy & Assistant Headteachers • Business Managers

The event will include presentations from experts on:

• Frederick Bremer’s ICT and SIMS journey – Jenny Smith 
• Developing your ICT strategy
• "Anytime Anywhere" Learning
• Planning your ICT budget effectively
• Windows 8 in education
• Data management and life without levels
• Office365 for education

The content has been devised to be most relevant to SLT members as it is a non-technical conference. Vision for Technology in Education is a FREE conference which will include refreshments and lunch at our Microsoft offices in Victoria, London. We anticipate that this event will be oversubscribed so places are limited to two per school.

Book your place today!

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