INTO THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION
14-15 april | congress
16-17 april | masterclass
What do future schools look like?
What must schools do to stay ahead and equip our learners to face the challenges of the future?
The WORLD EDULEAD (formerly known as World Educational Leadership Summit) has earned an admired reputation of effectively addressing the most important issues facing education today.
In less than 9 years, this event is fast-becoming the most celebrated and prestigious event in education for the Asia-Pacific region.
Postponed - New Dates to be Announced
Sarah Siew (Ms) | Manager of JOSMAX Solutions (Official Partner of INTASE)
Due to the COVID-19 situation, we regret to inform that World EduLead 2020 from 14-17 April has been postponed and details will be announced.
Good News! We know many of you are taking more time to consider coming for this fabulous event in April. Hence our management has decided to extend one flat super early bird rate for everyone with no deadline! Register as late as you want to secure your seat before the event. While Seats Last!
PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES BY VENUE PROVIDERS (NEW!)
During the congress, chairs will be spaced further apart to avoid close contact between delegates.
During the masterclass, delegates will work in tables of about 5 people or less and there will be minimal interactive activities between tables.
As advised by the Ministry of Health Singapore, the venue providers (Suntec Convention and Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel) will be deploying measures to adhere to a high standard of hygiene to prevent the spread of the virus. They include:
Please refer to the official statements issued by the venue providers at the bottom.
Delegates are advised not to enter the event site if:
Official Statement from Suntec Convention Centre (Congress Venue)
At Suntec Singapore, the safety and security of our visitors and staff is extremely important. We are monitoring the situation closely and can confirm that Suntec Singapore has deployed an activation plan that includes temperature scanning for all visitors and staff entering the Centre. Our plans include various precautionary measures including hand sanitisers, provision of masks, process for handling guests with higher temperatures, etc. These controls have been implemented on advice from MOH, STB or other Singapore Government entities and will remain until necessary.
Official Statement from Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel (Masterclass Venue)
Millennium Hotels and Resorts (MHR) has stepped up precautionary measures on preventing the spread of the coronavirus. Our staff have been briefed on the guidelines provided by the local health authorities. Front desks are equipped with infrared thermometers to conduct mandatory temperature checks on all guests. Staff and guests who are unwell with any symptoms of fever, flu or respiratory problems are asked to consult a doctor immediately. For overseas guests, our hotel teams will assist to call in a doctor. Measures include staff briefings to reinforce the rules and practices of good personal hygiene, provision of medical masks and gloves for staff and guests, as well as hand sanitisers that are placed at guest contact areas such as hotel lobbies. Special attention has also been placed to sanitise public contact points such as elevator buttons, reception counters and conference/meeting rooms. The cleaning of guest rooms have also been stepped up. Daily meetings are conducted to review the situation; we are in constant communication with staff and guests to keep them updated and to advise them on appropriate measures to take. We remain vigilant and will work closely with the authorities for the health and safety of all stakeholders.