The Worshipful Company of Educators
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The Worshipful Company of Educators is the 109th Livery Company to be granted this status by the City of London. It was founded in 2001 within the philanthropic tradition of the City of London livery companies. It provides a forum through meetings and social occasions to bring together members from all parts of the education world to discuss and exchange views on matters of topical interest.
The Company also operates a charitable fund to support individuals and projects that develop the process of learning and its management, encouraging and rewarding those individuals through appropriate grants, awards and medals.
In pursuit of these aims, the Company is inclusive in its membership and activities, transcending the traditional boundaries between the different sectors, and particularly between academe and business insofar as the latter concerns itself with education, training, and development. It believes that it is unique in providing this cross-sector forum. Furthermore, "Education" is lifelong learning - from cradle to grave - a dynamic process needing investment of money, time, energy and enthusiasm.
The Master’s Seminars 2015
Each year the Master chooses a topic for a series of seminars. The 2015 Master’s Seminars are on the topic of Internationalisation and Education. Seminars take place at Gresham’s College, Barnard’s Inn Hall, Holborn, London, EC1N 2HH, starting at 18:00
The programme is
Monday 9 February 2015 - International students: assets or liabilities? - Dominic Scott OBE
Monday 2 March 2015 - International education: an unstoppable trend? - Dr Nicholas Tate CBE
Monday 30 March 2015 - Come buy, come buy, come buy a British education! - Paul Batterbury
Tuesday 9 May 2015 and Tuesday 16 May 2015 - to be announced
Further information about all these seminars can be found on the Fellowship and Events page.