Proudly Sponsored by Axcis: Nasen Live 2015

Axcis are proud to be sponsors of nasen Live 2015 on the 20th and 21st May. Nasen Live provides a fantastic platform for us all to celebrate outstanding practice, effective identification and provision and offer a professional community of ongoing support for everyone attending.

nasen Live 2014 was a huge success

nasen Live 2014 was a huge success


The two-day event will again aim to meet the professional development needs of all those working within the special and additional educational needs field.


Location/Venue: Macron Stadium, Burnden Way, Bolton BL6 6JW
Event costs: Free to access exhibition
Cost per seminar: £14 nasen members, £17 Non-nasen members


Nasen is the leading organisation in the UK which aims to promote the education, training, advancement and development of all those with special and additional support needs. Nasen reaches a huge readership through its journals: British Journal of Special Education, Support for Learning, Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs and the magazine Special.

This years event will offer even more than previous years

 Nasen Live-SEND Gateway launch_21.5.2014

  • 32 seminars, double the number of previous years – Nasen have extended the range and number of seminars owing to incredible demand – last year they sold out at all seminars and feedback was that more seminars were needed… nasen listened to you and have constructed a fantastic range of seminars and briefings which any practitioner, (teacher, SENCos, leader, teaching support staff) will benefit from accessing.
  • A significant increase in delegate numbers – at the 2014 event numbers attending were in excess of 2,000. Nasen are continuing to improve the quality of the event by listening to delegate feedback and offering a seminar programme which offers both breadth and depth of content.
  • SEND reform, one year on – By May 2015 the impact of reform to SEND support, services and delivery should be clearly visible and the effects of change and how this is managed effectively will resonate strongly for all. Nasen is keen to keep you informed of governmental policy changes, best practice and provide a ONE YEAR ON update on the implementation of the SEND reform.


See the full Event programme to see what else is on offer.


At the Axcis Stand


Axcis staff will be on hand to discuss any SEND staffing needs you might have. If you don’t already know much about Axcis, we are the foremost suppliers of SEND staff to mainstream and specialist schools in the UK. We have offices nationwide and work with a range of candidates, from TAs and Teachers to Therapists and School Leaders. We believeto do well, we must do good. This philosophy is reflected in our stringent recruitment methods and strong school relationships as well as our charitable support and partnerships. We would love to hear from you if you are looking to recruit any temporary or permanent SEND staff, or seeking employment in this sector. Axcis provides quality people for day to day cover, long-term and permanent assignments. We pride ourselves on our ability to listen to your needs and find you the right candidate, no matter how specialist your requirement. We consistently receive excellent feedback from candidates and clients alike. Watch the video below to hear a bit more about us and why we are one of the best placed companies in the UK to support SEND recruitment in your school.



So, what are you waiting for?

Come and see us on the Axcis stand if your school ever struggles to find staff with the specialist skills and training required to give the best possible support to your SEND students. Take away some Axcis goodies, or just a business card – it’s totally up to you! We pride ourselves on not being a “typical” recruitment company so you won’t get a hard sell. For us, it’s about consultation, support, and being there when you find your usual recruitment methods don’t meet your needs.




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One comment on “Proudly Sponsored by Axcis: Nasen Live 2015
  1. mark elliott says:

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    It’s just i would love to interview Jean Wilson to get your take on what’s it’s like to be on the spectrum, looking for work, and how employable people like us are.
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