Events

CEO Luncheon with Iain Wright MP, Shadow Minister for Industry, Business Innovation and Skills.

28/01/15 12:30

TAF would like to invite you to a Luncheon with Iain Wright MP, Shadow Minister for Industry, Business Innovation and Skills. Iain Wright qualified as a chartered accountant with Deloitte & Touche, the global accountancy and professional services firm. He worked for Deloittes for seven years before joining One NorthEast, the regional development agency, where his role comprised of advising on governance and risk management. Prior to becoming MP for Hartlepool in 2004, Iain was also a Councillor on...

Elena's L'Etoile
W1T 2NG

Webinar - A practical guide to offering qualifications and gaining Ofqual approval

12/02/15 10:15

This is a joint Trade Association Forum (TAF) and Federation of Awarding Bodies (FAB) Webinar for TAF members who are looking to expand unregulated qualification provision and gain Ofqual recognition or thinking of offering qualifications for the first time. The Webinar will be run by Adrian Jackson, Managing Director of SFJ Awards. Adrian will share practical insights and advice based his experience leading one of the few awarding organisations to gain Ofqual recognition in recent years. Speaker...

TAF CEO Luncheon with Alex Chisholm, Chief Executive, Competition and Markets Authority

05/03/15 12:30

TAF would like to invite you to a Luncheon with Alex Chisholm, Chief Executive, Competition and Markets Authority. Alex Chisholm is the Chief Executive of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), which was established on 1 October 2013 and assumed its full functions and powers on 1 April 2014. He is also: • Trustee and Deputy Chair at the international charity Breadline Africa Previous career highlights include: • Chairperson and Commissioner of Ireland’s communications regulatory agency,...

Elena's L'Etoile
W1T 2NG

Seminar for TA Chairmen

25/03/15 09:30

Each year a number of senior business people, with significant experience in running organisations and conducting meetings, are asked to take on the chairmanship of a trade association. However, they may well find the experience rather different from that which they have been used to. The result is that an incoming chairman struggles to get to grips with the role and may have to spend much time establishing a modus operandi - with the governing body and the chief executive. By the time this is the done the...

Union Jack Club
SE1 8RT