BATA session at ATEC to chart AT's changing landscape

26 March 2018

With technology developments moving so fast, the Assistive Technology Exhibition and Conference (ATEC), held  in London on May 3, has become a ‘go-to’ event for disability and inclusion professionals from post-16 education and the workplace, providing delegates with the opportunity to review and compare the latest products from over 25 assistive technology exhibitors.

Entry to the event provides the perfect opportunity to network with like-minded individuals and includes the option to attend four break-out CPD seminars from a choice of 16, including a seminar by BATA: ‘Changing the AT landscape’ where the chairs of our leading special interest groups will be talking about how they are working with parliament and key government departments to ensure the best outcome for users of AT.

The agenda also includes keynote presentations by Sarah Newton MP, Minister of State for Disabled People, Health and Work and Mark Foulsham, Chief Digital Officer, Scope.

Members of BATA receive an extra 10% discount on booking, so to find out more about ATEC in London, please click here for the ATEC website or take a look at their short video.