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Latest Well Met News

Teach First returns to Well Met with record number of trainee teachers

Well Met, the conferencing office of Leeds Beckett University, welcomes back the Teach First Summer Institute (22nd – 26th July) for a sixth year, as the education charity celebrates a record year of 1,735 trainee teachers start training in schools serving disadvantaged communities across England and Wales.  These teachers will work in over 750 schools supporting an estimated 300,000 children over the next two years.

Well Met hosts Regional NUS Lead and Change Conference at the Rose Bowl Leeds

Well Met, the conference office of Leeds Beckett University, will host the National Union of Students (NUS) flagship training event Lead and Change, North Conference at the Rose Bowl city campus (30th July – 1st August 2019).

Going Green for 2019

When we talked about putting together our green DDR package, we realised that this is more than a trend. This is a necessity. So rather than adding a green option, why not just go all in? This year, all our DDRs are going green because great conferencing shouldn’t cost the Earth.

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Conferencing

Sep 21

Heritage Open Days 2019

Discover the people behind Leeds Beckett University’s historic campus and origins as a university. From the monks and landowners who developed Beckett Park at the heart of the Headingley community over 400 years, to the civic leaders who established our education provision in Leeds in 1824.

Sep 22

Blind Jack of Knaresborough: A Yorkshire man of vision

An exploration of the life and achievements of John Metcalf, a pioneer of the 18th century responsible for transforming the North's road infrastructure. This talk is part of Leeds Beckett University's Heritage Open Days.

Oct 2

Inside Out - Jean Pascal Flavien

Sculpture and artist Jean-Pascal Flavien will be talking about his practice which focuses on architecture and domestic objects.

Oct 2

Black-British Champions in Cycling Exhibition

Black-British Champions in Cycling Exhibition

Oct 9

Inside Out - Paul Stephens

'Absence of clutter: Minimal Writing as Art and Literature' - This slide-lecture will explore works of text art and visual poetry whose semantic content is generally shorter than a sentence.

Oct 9

'Chasing the Sporting Dream' Looking for universal solutions in identifying and developing healthy & high performing athletes

In his inaugural lecture, Professor Kevin Till will explore the contributing factors to individuals achieving sporting success and why potentially millions of others don't.

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