NAMSS Annual Conference 2019 » Exhibitors

Conference Exhibitors

eSAFE - NAMSS CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.esafeglobal.com

eSafe was founded to promote the welfare and wellbeing of young people by providing early warning visibility of safeguarding risk. Our unique TripleLock system monitors activity in the digital environment to detect genuine risks, facilitating early intervention as well as proactively informing the pastoral agenda.

ACTIVE INFORMATICS

www.activeinformatics.com

Active have 25 years’ experience providing information management solutions to colleges.

Intuition is our popular student services tracking tool, which along with Intuition Careers, enables staff to quickly gain a holistic and historic view of an individual during his or her time as a student, including tracking of third-party agencies and bursary payments.

Ambitious about Autism

www.ambitiousaboutautism.org.uk

The national charity for children and young people with autism.

Ambitious about Autism is the national charity for children and young people with autism. We provide services, raise awareness and understanding, and campaign for change. Through TreeHouse School, The Rise School and Ambitious College we offer specialist education and support.

Our ambition is to make the ordinary possible for more children and young people with autism.

EMSI

www.economicmodelling.co.uk

Ensuring that your courses are improving students’ employment prospects and offering learners the intelligence they need to make better career decisions are fundamental to your college’s mission. We are working with around 100 colleges to offer them the kind of regional insight that will help them achieve these aims.

One Team Logic

www.oneteamlogic.co.uk

One Team Logic bring you MyConcern: A Queen’s Award-winning safeguarding software used in educational settings worldwide to report, record and monitor wellbeing concerns. Simple to use and suitable for any educational setting, it can help protect young people and the vulnerable using a secure and trusted platform, enabling early intervention.

Steve Wright & Routes Puppets

www.routespuppets.com

Delivering engaging and challenging presentations for students and innovative training for staff, Steve has appeared in many NAMSS member colleges and inspired audiences with a unique mix of critical thinking and multi-media presentations. Promoting modern British values and equality, diversity and inclusion education in a creative, entertaining and thought-provoking style.

Student Loans Company

www.slc.co.uk

The Student Loans Company (SLC) is a non-profit making Government-owned organisation set up in 1989 to provide loans and grants to students in universities and colleges in the UK.

The company plays a central role in supporting the Higher Education (HE) and Further Education (FE) sectors by: making timely and accurate payments of maintenance grants and loans to learners; and ensuring timely and accurate payments of tuition fee loans to HE and FE providers. We do this by working with the Departments for Education (DfE,England), Education and Lifelong Learning (DELL, Scotland), Education and Skills (DfES,Wales) and the Department for the Economy (DfEcon, Northern Ireland). We also work with the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS), Higher and Further Education providers and other delivery partners.

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

Tribal

www.tribalgroup.com

Tribal provides expertise, services and market leading student information systems.

Tribal provides expertise, services and market leading student information systems to almost half of general FE colleges in the UK. In total we work with over 300 FE and skills providers, with over half a million learners in further education last year supported by Tribal’s student information systems.

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.