NAMSS Annual Conference 2018 » Exhibitors

Conference Exhibitors

eSAFE - NAMSS CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.esafeglobal.com

eSafe takes the strain of detecting early safeguarding risks, 24/7, 365 days a year
A complete outsourced monitoring service, eSafe is designed to help education leaders meet their statutory duty to safeguard the young people in their care. The service provides highly effective monitoring of school owned devices to detect the earliest warning signs of inappropriate or harmful behaviour.

eSafe gives valuable insight into the wellbeing of pupils too
As well as working within the Inspectorates’ framework, the data gathered by eSafe gives a true and accurate gauge of wellbeing within the monitored college. This helps education leaders proactively shape the pastoral agenda in line with the specific challenges their students may face at any given time.

ACTIVE INFORMATICS

www.activeinformatics.com

Active Informatics brings data to life. Our innovative Safeguarding, Careers and CRM applications combine the latest data and technology to help education providers improve learner outcomes and address local employer skills demand.

AMiE

amie.org.uk

AMiE is the leadership section of ATL representing leaders and managers in schools and colleges and is made up of head teachers, deputy and assistant head teachers, school bursars, business support managers, leaders and managers at all levels working in academies, further education, sixth form and adult education colleges; and managers in universities, training organisations and other areas of the education sector.

Blended Learning Consortium

www.blc-fe.org

The Blended Learning Consortium has been set up to support colleges in moving forward to meet accredited guidelines and allow members to benefit from the creation and sharing of FE specific resources. Sponsored by City and Guilds, the Consortium currently produces a wide range of learning content spanning differing learning levels and subject areas.

DfE Educate against Hate

educateagainsthate.com

Part of the Department for Education and the Home Office, Educate Against Hate provides practical advice, support and resources to protect children from extremism and radicalisation.  Teenage years are often a time when young people will be searching for answers to questions about identity, faith and belonging, as well as looking for adventure and excitement. Extremist groups know young people are vulnerable and may claim to offer them answers, identity and a strong social network, and using the internet and social media to spread their ideology.

EMSI

www.economicmodelling.co.uk

"Young people increasingly want to know how the education you provide will lead them to sustainable careers that interest them. More and more colleges are realising the power of data as a tool to achieve this

Through our powerful Labour Market Insight, we can help you showcase data on occupation trends, salaries, and similar careers to your prospective students. But most crucially, through our online Career Coach tool and an API, we can enable you to connect this data back to your courses, so that young people can see the link between the course they are considering, and the career that they want."

MCL Create

www.mclcreate.com

Conference technical support provided by mclcreate.

Remploy

www.remploy.co.uk

Remploy have been providing jobs and support for disabled people for 70 years. Since 2010, they are proud to have supported over 100,000 disabled and disadvantaged people into work.

By working in partnership with Access to Work; a Jobcentre Plus scheme, Remploy deliver the Mental Health Support Service for apprentices in England, Scotland and Wales to young people who are affected by a mental health condition in the workplace.

Smart Apprentice

www.smartapprentices.com

Smart Apprentices is an award winning, innovative suite of technologies purposely designed for the education sector.

Our latest product, Not.a.CV, is a platform for innovative, dynamic and personable digital CVs. CVs created on Not.a.CV are unlike any others, they are digital passports that can be taken throughout education and into the world of employment to help them stand out from the crowd.

Not.a.CV allows every candidate to showcase their skills, competencies, achievements and even their personality in a free of charge, fresh and inventive way which is now being recognised by organisations across the country.

For more information or to arrange a demo of the site please contact Sarvi our Not.a.CV business Development Manager on Sarvenaz.razavi-hart@smartapprentices.com

The Mix

www.themix.org.uk

The Mix offers confidential, digital, multi-issue support to ensure the physical and mental wellbeing of young people under 25. The support provided is implemented digitally through engaging content, social media, discussion boards, one to one chats, a free phone helpline and counselling.

Working through the channels young people turn to first, The Mix connects young people to their peers and to experts to talk about everything from money to mental health, homelessness to jobs, break-ups to drugs and more. The Mix provides information and support services to over 2 million young people in the UK every year.

Life is hard, but support doesn’t have to be.

“I felt like I was talking to a friend, and a real human being who wouldn’t judge me and only wants to help me out. Never did I feel like they didn’t care or I was just another kid. I felt important to them and I knew that I could tell them anything and they would only use that to find the best help for me.” – The Mix User

Contact The Mix at info@themix.org.uk or ring 02070092500

Prospect Consultants

Prospect Consultants provides a comprehensive range of market research services. We hope we can interest you in the market research and consultancy services we offer.  We can assist you in all aspects of any project, from questionnaire design, complex analysis, to project scoping and management and if required interim services.  In addition we offer interim support, filling in gaps in your internal resources.

VLE Support

www.vlesupport.co.uk

eNotify a software system, which includes a mobile phone app, that will revolutionise the way in which student absence information is reported and shared with staff.

At the beginning of each lesson, do your teachers know which students will be absent and which students are running late? Do attendance staff know which students are not in their lesson and have not notified the college? Is your college data sufficiently rich to be able to identify the causes of poor attendance? Does your organisation need to save money on its administrative costs? Sarah Jones of VLE Support will be running a workshop during the conference exploring the many benefits of eNotify and how it can support your college to improve attendance management and save money.

eTrackr is our eILP and student management system, which works with all MIS systems.

eConsole is our live dashboard system.

VLE Support are a dynamic software development company, who supply products to the Further Education sector.