Our events provide unique opportunities for people across various sectors to come together and discuss issues the foremost issues and strategies in education and fostering young entrepreneurs.
This year Teach A Man To Fish's annual international "Education That Pays" conference will be held for the first time in Kenya - taking place in Milimani, Nairobi from the 29th to 30th October 2018.
The event will explore opportunities, challenges and lessons around the theme 'Skills for All: Education for Employability, Entrepreneurship and Empowerment' - bringing together a range of educators, development actors, business leaders, donors and policy-makers from across the region for two packed days of talks, roundtable discussions, workshops and networking.
With new speakers and sessions being announced all the time, for an overview of the latest programme additions, click here to view the Education That Pays 2018 conference schedule.
To sign up, visit the registration form HERE. Registration is £125, approximately 16,500 KES. Admission will be £149 at the door, approximately 20,000 KES. Registration does not include costs for transportation to the venue and accommodation. Please note that we are only able to provide invitation letters for visa applications following your registration and payment in full.
Lunch and refreshments will be served throughout both days. Also, please join us for our annual awards gala and dinner on the evening of the 29th!
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We look forward to seeing you in Kenya.
Education That Pays 2017
In a rapidly changing world, how do we best educate young people for a future none of us can predict?
This was the question that educators, policy-makers, development professionals and people across the business world came together to discuss at our 2-day conference in November 2017.
At Education That Pay 2017, delegates attended sessions on "developing resilient entrepreneurs" and "integrating 21st-century skills into the classroom", heard from experts across government, corporate and non-profit sectors and met with our award-winning teachers from around the world. Delegates also got the change to participate in the first Enterprise Education Lab - a 2-hour simulation of our School Enterprise Challenge!
Read the conference report to learn more about the Education That Pays 2017.