Autumn 2016

DAG organises two conferences throughout the year, the first in the Spring (May/June) and the second in the Autumn (October/November), which are free to attend for DAG members and associate members.

The Devon Association of Governors (DAG) Conference Autumn 2016 was held on Saturday  morning, 19th November 2016 at County Hall, Exeter.

Following feedback from governors and clerks, this conference gave delegates increased opportunity to meet, discuss and share experiences. The conference was therefore entitled ‘Let’s talk!‘.

Keynote speeches included Paul Jones OBE, Deputy Director Office of Regional Schools Commissioner South West / CEO First Federation Multi Academy Trust, and Dawn Stabb, Head of Education and Learning, Devon County Council.

The full programme is available and was distributed to all delegates in their conference pack.

The programme of the day incorporates themed workshops, facilitated by experienced individuals and governors/clerks, namely:

Speaker slide presentations and/or where available above are provided by their kind permission and the relevant copyright applies.

You can find out more about the keynote speakers and workshop facilitators in the guest speakers section.

Logistics information:

The conference was free for all DAG members and associate members, £25 for other delegates. Attendance certificates are provided to all conference delegates.

This event is kindly sponsored by NPS Group.

Please contact at for more details.

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