13 – 19 November 2017

Parliamentary Outreach in Education: Using Accreditation

Morning Session 10am – 12pm:
Come and find out about the units in the SEFL qualification that raise awareness and promote an understanding of the UK parliamentary system, the foundations of democracy, citizenship and law making in the UK.

Afternoon Session – 2pm – 4pm:
Come and find out how some of our qualification units can assist with and support the understanding of the work of women in parliament. There are more women in the UK Parliament today than ever before, but women still make up only one-in-five of all MPs and members of the House of Lords. This session will focus upon both the historical and up-to-date significance of the role that women have played in the parliamentary process. This is an interactive session designed to raise awareness and to encourage active involvement. It may be beneficial for the following areas: Citizenship, Diversity in Society, Research, Suffrage, English Legal System.

Booking details

Booking is available on the AIM Awards website - please follow the links:
Morning Session

Afternoon Session

Cost to attend

Both sessions are free. Light refreshments will be available, please be aware that no lunch is provided during the break between sessions.
Monday 17 Nov 2014, 10:00am - 4:00pm
AIM Awards
AIM Awards, 10 Newmarket Court, Off Ascot Drive, Derby, DE24 8NW
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