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Annual Education Conference kicks off at Capital City College Group


Dashboard technology provider, Dynistics, is to host its first Education Conference at Westminster Kingsway College, London, on Thursday 1st February.



Annual Education Conference kicks off at Capital City College Group

The conference aims to bring together FE colleges across the UK to share ideas and best practice on information management. Sessions will focus on best practice in quality, governance, the upcoming GDPR legislation as well as a round table discussion on the challenges faced in the FE and HE sector.

The conference is being hosted by Westminster Kingsway, part of Capital City College Group (CCCG), which teaches 37,000 students each year and employs 1,700 staff across London. Paul Rabbich, Business Intelligence and Reporting Manager for CCCG will give a live demo of the college’s latest dashboards to the group.

"This years event builds on the regional user group events weve run previously and marks the growing demand for the information management challenges facing FE sector. "
Robert Dagge



Robert Dagge, Managing Director, Dynistics commented: “This year’s event builds on the regional user group events we’ve run previously and marks the growing demand for the information management challenges facing FE sector. It’s a great opportunity for us to share with members of the FE community our latest product roadmap and help tackle some of their information management issues.” 

Consultant Paul Ford will give a presentation and Q&A on the Dynistics product roadmap and an early look at the features built into the Active Dashboards 6.3 release.

 For further information or to book a place at the conference visit:  https://www.dynistics.com/company/events/education_conference_2018/




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