National Tutors Conference 2017

If feedback is the measure of how successful an event has been, then The 2nd TTA National Tutors Conference at the Barbican on Monday 23rd October 2017 was an outstanding success.

Some two hundred tutors gathered to listen to an array of speakers on a range of topics that reflected the diversity of the tutoring and supplementary education sector.
Outside the presentations, delegates had the chance to meet, network and exchange experiences. The coffee-areas and open foyers were not just busy but buzzy, and the atmosphere around the whole event was full of energy and enthusiasm.
If our first National Conference last year broke the ice on the idea of tutors getting together to listen, and learn and to celebrate their profession, then this year saw a step change in momentum and engagement. Click here to read the full review.
Our thanks go particularly to our sponsors; all the speakers; and to the admin team who worked so hard in the background to make this such a successful event.

Here's to next year!

Some of the feedback we have received so far:

"Thank you to Adam and the whole team for the work you do every single day. It makes such a difference not only to the future of Britain's young people but to the future of our society, the future of our economy and the future of our place in the world."
Rajay Naik, Keypath Education (Conference speaker)

&quotWith thanks to you and the board members for the excellent organisation and delivery of the Conference"
Dr Efthathios Stefanidis, Founder of Phi Tuition (Q&A Panelist)

"Well done on the Conference -it was really first class!"
Olivia Raw, Psychotherapist (Conference speaker)

"Congratulations on behalf of the Australian Tutoring Association and our Members"
Moran Dhall, CEO of ATA

"Great event Adam! Lots of variety and useful info. Thank you."
Joe Hytner, Titanium Tutors

"Just wanted to congratulate you and the board on a fantastic day.
From the slick organisation to the high calibre talks, the refreshments to the marketing (the branded slides of several speakers did not go unnoticed!), the attendee numbers to the length (not too long!!!), it was a resounding success.
Well done - you should be immensely proud.
Really hope I can do more to help in 2018.
Onwards and upwards!"
Hugh Viney, Minerva Tutors (Delegate)

"Today was brilliant - hope you are very happy and realise how much you have achieved in the last two years - TTA is a different being now"
Emily Jack, Kings Tutors (Delegate)

"Well done on today! Excellent job!"
Natasha Tiwari, Elevare London (Keynote Speaker)

"It’s a pleasure to be part of such a dynamic and inspiring community and we look forward to getting involved more in future. "
Mursal Hedayat, Chatterbox (Keynote Speaker)

"Superb to meet so many tutors today"
Atul Rana, Bitpaper (Exhibitor)

"Absolutely loved the National Conference yesterday! Thank you for hosting such a fantastic, inspiring & informative event!"
Katie Matthews, Excel in Education Tutoring School (Delegate)

"A very enjoyable and interesting conference yesterday"
Lucy Cawkwell, Osborne Cawkwell (Delegate)

"Great day at the second annual conference yesterday, thank you to Adam and all those who made it an inspirational and informative day."
It was a pleasure to sponsor this great event!"
D&T Chartered Accountants (Exhibitor)

"Thank you for having me along I thoroughly enjoyed meeting my group and very much hope they were able to take a way some useful practical tips."
Ed Richardson, Keystone Tutors (Break out Session Presenter)

"I really enjoyed being there for the first part of your conference and very impressed at the turn out and engagement of members. You have a very strong start to build on."
Mary Curnock Cook OBE (Keynote Speaker)

"Thanks for inviting me to participate in the conference yesterday. I thought it went off really well. I enjoyed the other talks and got to meet a really interesting range of people."
Prof. Sarah L Halloway (Break out Session Presenter)

"I just wanted to say a big thank you for the conference on Monday which was hugely informative, useful and enjoyable."
Joanna Aked, Pearsons UK (Delegate)

"Many thanks for yesterday. It was refreshing and energising to see how far TTA has come….!"
Edward Wilde, Wild Search (Delegate)


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