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ASE Conferences

We run an excellent programme of science Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for teachers and technicians, from TeachMeets to national conferences. 

Our flagship event is the Annual Conference, held every January at a university in the UK. Both members and non members are welcome at our events. You will need to register to book ASE events online.

Upcoming conferences

ASE Scotland Annual Conference 2015 - Robert Gordon's College

Friday 6th to Saturday 7th March 2015

Aberdeen is the host city for the next ASE Scotland Annual Conference in March 2015. The two day conference includes CPD Workshops designed for Primary Science, CfE Highers and Advanced Highers for Biology, Chemistry and Physics with special talks delivered by SSERC, IOP, Royal Society of Chemistry, Royal Observatory Edinburgh and many more! Early bird rates available, book before Monday 8 December.

ASE East of England Conference 2015 - Stewards Academy, Harlow

Saturday 14th March 2015

Join us for some Saturday morning CPD. Inspiring family friendly sessions for primary, secondary and cross-phase teachers.

ASE North West Conference 2015 - STEM Education Centre, Manchester

Saturday 21st March 2015

A vibrant, exciting day of CPD and networking, building on the success of previous events. Details of the full programme are being finalised.

ASE Northern Ireland Conference 2015 - St. Mary's University College, Belfast

Friday 5th June 2015

Save the date! Join us in Belfast for our biennial CPD conference for primary and post-primary science teachers and technicians. This year our theme will be 'Expanding Horizons in Science Education'.

ASE Annual Conference 2016 - University of Birmingham

Wednesday 6th to Saturday 9th January 2016

We're pleased to announce that our annual conference will be returning to the University of Birmingham in January 2016. There will be over 200 CPD sessions dedicated to science education across all subject areas and phases, offering hands-on activities and inspiring science talks.