Programme 2014

Friday 4th July, 2014 Inset One

10.00    Arrival, welcome and registration Chancellor’s Building
10.30    Session one (there will be a choice of two workshops for the CPD day, all delegates are welcome to join in if they arrive in sufficient time)
11.30    Session two (there will be a choice of two workshops for the CPD day, all delegates are welcome to join in if they arrive in sufficient time)
12.00    Exhibition opens: publishers and educational suppliers from around the UK
12.30    Lunch
1.00    Meet and greet for the Workshop Facilitators in exhibition hall
1.30    CONFERENCE OPENS: Introduction and welcome
2.00    KEYNOTE: Professor Francesca Happé The Tim-Gregson Williams Memorial Lecture supported by Hodder Education
3.00    Breakout Events (1)
4.00    Refreshments
4.30    Breakout Events (2)
6.45    ‘Getting to know you’ for newcomers & anyone else who’s come alone,
7.15    Pre-dinner wine reception sponsored by the Loughborough University Psychology department
8.00    Evening meal and ATP Games (bring your gym shoes or go barefoot!)

Saturday 5th July, 2014 Inset two

7.30    Breakfast
8.00    Woodland walk and relaxation session
9.00    Breakout Events (3)
10.15    KEYNOTE: Dr Ezio Rosato kindly sponsored by the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB)
11.15    Morning refreshments
11.45    Breakout Events (4)
12.45    Lunch
1.45    KEYNOTE: Dr Alexa Hepburn & Professor Jonathan Potter, University of Loughborough
3.00    Breakout Events (5)
4.00    Refreshments
4.30    ATP Annual General Meeting
6.45    Wine Reception sponsored by Hodder Education – celebrate 20 years of Psychology Review
7.30    Conference Dinner and entertainment TBC

Sunday 6th July, 2014

7.30    Breakfast
9.00    Breakout Events (6)
10.00    Keynote: Emeritus Professor Jim Horne, University of Loughborough
11.00    Morning refreshments
11.30    Breakout event (7)
12.30    Looking to the Future (main lecture theatre)
1.15    Lunch
2.00    CONFERENCE CLOSES
2.05    Go home inspired for a new academic year!

Please note, this is a draft programme and may be subject to alteration