Event Summary


Birmingham Metropolitan College (BMet)
Matthew Boulton Campus
Jennens Road
B4 7PS

Date and Time

Wednesday 7 February 2024 (13:30 - 16:15)


Free (Free non-members)



Due to the success of our previous TeachMeets, we are delighted to be able to bring you this in-person event in conjunction with Birmingham Metropolitan College. 


Our TeachMeet will be taking place at BMet's Matthew Boulton Campus on the afternoon of Wednesday 07 February 2024 from 13:30-16:15 and will include a range of inputs from practitioners, for practitioners, from across all provider types.


This event is for teachers, trainers and assessors who wish to enhance their practice through the sharing of useful innovations and personal insights that can help to engage, motivate and inspire learners at all stages of their education.  As part of the programme, we are delighted to welcome Wesley Hodgson, BMet's Teaching and Learning Innovation Manager who will share the positive impact that a recently funded project has had on raising learner aspirations.

The event will also provide information about other ways in which Skills and Education Group's Foundation has supported learners through a wide variety of grants, including other research projects, individual help for learners which has enabled them to continue their learning and succeed, and the funding of resources and facilities grants allowing learners not only to achieve to their full potential, but over and above their expectations.

This event will offer all those attending an opportunity to collaborate around effective aspects of their own practice and offer the sharing of ideas and knowledge gained at the event to improve own delivery and assessment.

So, if you have a desire to enhance your professional development, collaborate with others and learn more about alternative ways to motivate and support learners so that they are able to succeed to their full potential and beyond, then why not come along and join us.

💡  If you would like an opportunity to share input at the event on a resource, idea or application linked to the topic of encouraging learners to engage and become inspired and motivated about their learning and future aspirations, then please feel free to email me at karenp@skillsedugroup.co.uk. 💡


To avoid disappointment, reserve your free place now!!

  • Directions and Travel Advice

    Matthew Boulton College lies at the heart of Birmingham’s Learning Quarter just minutes from Moor Street station and the Bullring. A short stroll away is the new Eastside development with Millennium Point and Digbeth’s many quirky shops and cafes. Thanks to its city centre location and excellent transport links, the college is easily accessible from across the region by road, rail, bus or metro.

    By Road

    Leave the M6 at Junction 6 (Spaghetti Junction), then the campus is approximately 10 minutes by car.

    Please note: parking is available in local public car parks only.

    By Rail

    Birmingham Moor St Station – Approximately 5 minutes’ walk.

    Birmingham New Street Station – 10 minutes’ walk.

    Birmingham Snow Hill Station – 15 minutes’ walk.

    By Bus

    Bus numbers 14, 53, 55, 66, 94, and 94A stop outside the college on Jennens Road. All services to Birmingham City Centre stop within 5-10 minutes’ walk from the college.

    By Metro

    Midland Metro (MM1) runs from Wolverhampton to Birmingham’s Bull Street a five minute walk to the college via Bilston, Wednesbury, West Bromwich and The Hawthorns.

  • Terms and conditions

    Completion of the booking constitutes a contract between yourselves and the Skills and Education Group. In order to receive a refund, all cancellations must be made in writing at least 14 days prior to the event taking place. Non-attendance will result in the place being charged at full cost. Substitutions are welcome and can be made at any time. The Skills and Education Group reserves the right to cancel or alter the event for reasons beyond its control.