- April 2014. School Leadership, Governance and Accountability. Delivered by Mr Ian Potter, Headteacher, Bay House School & Sixth Form; and Mr David Wiltshire, Lecturer, University of Portsmouth, UK.
Discussant: Miss Sonja Simms, College of Agriculture, Science & Education.
- November 2014. Successful and Effective School Leadership in Jamaica: What school leaders know and do. Delivered by Professor Paul Miller, IEAL-J President.
Discussant: Dr Disraeli Hutton, University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica.
- April 2015. Prevalence and Patterns of Substance Abuse in Jamaican Secondary Schools: Implications for learning and behaviour. Delivered by Dr Ellen Campbell- Grizzle, Dean, College of Health Sciences, University of Technology, Jamaica.
Discussant: Mr Michael Tucker, Executive Director, National Council on Drug Abuse, Jamaica.
- July 2015. Developing TVET: a model for Jamaica. Delivered by Dr Grace Mclean, Chief Education Officer, Ministry of Education, Jamaica.
Discussant: Dr Marcia Rowe-Amonde, HEART Trust- NTA, Jamaica.
- November 2015. Challenges of Quality: the role of the development of the National Qualifications Network. Delivered by Mrs Maxine Henry-Wilson, Commissioner, Jamaica Tertiary Education Commission and former Minister of Education, Jamaica.
Discussant: Dr Fritz Pinnock, Caribbean Maritime Institute, Jamaica.
- April 2016. Corruption as Redemption? Barriers to Progression among teachers in Jamaica. Delivered by Professor Paul Miller, IEAL-J President.
Discussant: Dr Laurette S. M. Bristol, Catholic College of Mandeville, Jamaica.
- December 2016. A Multilevel Examination of Curriculum in Jamaica: Policy and practice. Delivered by Dr Carmel Roofe, IEAL-J Vice-President & Lecturer, University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica.
Discussant: Dr Clover Flowers-Hamilton, Ministry of Education, Jamaica.
- February 2017. High Performing Principals in Jamaica: The Anatomy of High Performing Principals. Delivered by Dr Disraeli Hutton, Senior Lecturer, University of the West Indies, Mona.
Discussant: Dr Taneisha Ingleton, Director of Programmes, National College for Educational Leadership
- November 2017. STEM Education: The Jamaican Context. Delivered by Dr Kamilah Hylton, Dean, Faculty of Science & Sport, University of Technology, Jamaica
Discussant: Dr Hope Mayne, Lecturer, University of Technology, Jamaica
- April 2018. Educational Leadership & Sustainability: Jamaica and Vision 2030. Delivered by Senator Ruel Reid, Minister of Education.
Discussant: Professor Bernadette Warner, University of the Commonwealth Caribbean.
- November 2018. Mental Health & Drug Abuse: Implications for Teachers and Students. Delivered by Mr Michael Tucker, Executive Director, National Council on Drug Abuse.
Discussant: Dr Kevin Goulbourne, Director of Mental Health & Substance Abuse (Actg.), Ministry of Health, Jamaica.