EPA Virtual Conference
Going Global For Growth
We’re inviting education businesses and suppliers to join us for our EduPreneur ‘Dragons Direct’ series ‘Going Global for Growth’.
We have 4 ‘Friendly Dragons’ who are ready to share their stories and insights on how to grow your idea, product or business beyond the UK.
After the speaker presentations, the event will take a ‘round table’ format in which participants. will be encouraged to share, ask questions, exchange ideas and make suggestions.
Tuesday 27th April 2021 at 4 – 5:15 pm BST.
Thomas Camilleri is CEO of True Education Partnerships and the Global School Alliance. Tom is a leading global Edu-preneur; specialising in taking entrepreneurship in education global. He has a relentless passion for China and speaks fluent Mandarin. Tom’s story is unique and he will also share his ‘China Road Map’ strategy.
Ike Aigbogun also known as Professor Ike, is a health and safety consultant, digital transformation consultant, and the Founder of Safe Schools Global Ltd. Safe Schools aims to helps schools create, achieve, and maintain a safety system in line with their needs, culture, and experiences,through a health and safety roadmap, based on international standards, national requirements, and a signature 30-point safety assessment system.
Ike has a wealth of international experience as a safety practitioner in various sectors including Management Consulting, Architecture, Hospitality, Education and NGOs, that spans over 12 years in the UK and Africa. She has her first degree in Biomedical Science, a Masters in Occupational Health and Safety Management, certifications in First Aid, CDM Regulations, Youth and Workplace Mental Health, and a PhD-in-view in Technology Enhanced Learning.
Madeleine is the Education Director for Charanga, the award-winning provider of music education technology in over 60 countries worldwide, where she is responsible for pedagogy and an extensive professional development programme offering hundreds of online and face-to-face events annually.
Madeleine’s career began in the classroom before leading a large county instrumental teaching service. She is internationally renowned for her work as Course Leader for the UK government-funded primary CPD Programme, her role of Academic Lead at Trinity College London, and contributions to ABRSM. Her recent international visits to South East Asia, the Middle East and Australia have included work as a key-note speaker and music advisor specialising in the design and operation of large-scale strategic professional development programs.