Two free webinars are set to be hosted by education data specialists FFT.
The live online sessions will take place on March 17 and focus on finding out more about subscribing to FFT's new data analysis system for schools and local authorities - FFT Aspire.
The online events – one designed for primary schools and another for secondary schools - last for thirty minutes and participants will have the chance to interact with webinar hosts and presenters by asking questions.
The two new webinars are part of a series of free online events recently launched by FFT on a variety of topics.
Paul Charman, managing director of FFT, says: "We are delighted to be hosting a further two online events as part of our popular series of free online webinars.
"The great thing about the online sessions is that individuals or groups can log on from anywhere – their own school, workplace or home – without the need to travel to an outside venue."
Paul adds: "We have a fantastic range of topics lined up over the coming months - from understanding and using the new Aspire system to wider issues such as the impact of new Government performance measures on primary and secondary schools"
To confirm a place on the Find out more about subscribing to FFT Webinar visit www.fft.org.uk
FFT's programme of webinars is regularly updated. To receive information as webinars are programmed please email email@example.com
For media enquiries please contact FFT Media Officer Sasha Mansworth at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07947 615500.
Notes to editors
FFT is a non-profit company established in 2001 with links to the Fischer Family Trust. We are solely focused on providing accurate and insightful information to schools which enables pupils achieve their full potential and schools to improve. We have been processing the National Pupil Database for the Department for Education since 2004 and providing analyses to all schools and local authorities in England and Wales for over for 10 years.
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