Returning to school – returning to normal

Government permitting, Stable Events will be holding their 11th education building forum on 22-23 September at Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire, when we trust that our children will also be back at school.

Speakers confirmed to date for CPD seminar programme include:

  • Claire Barton – Haverstock - Social Emotional Mental Health: Considering the wellbeing of young people through design
  • Nigel Marcoolyn – Cowan Architects - Millfield Sports Centre - Innovative Technology – Paragon Sprung Structures      
  • Scott Tacchi – Department of Education - How the Department has weathered the storm of the COVID-19 and used alternative (MMC) ways of delivering projects
  • John Sanders – Simpson & Brown – case study on Glasgow University 
  • Bernard Doyle – View Architects and Matthew Edis - Sustainable Construction Services
  • Mark Saint and Mike O’Hanlon – Building Schools for Nothing – Alternative funding strategy for delivering new sports facilities 

 

You can claim a complimentary place if you are working for a school/college/university estates department; council; architect; designer; landscape architect working on current or future educational building projects.

Your complimentary place will include:

  • Accommodation for 1-2 nights 
  • All refreshments included
  • Gala dinner and drinks receptions
  • Access to CPD seminar programme
  • Pre-arranged schedule of 1-1 meetings with suppliers most relevant to your existing projects
  • Printed directory provided with all contact details
  • Opportunity to network with 4 other sectors as we will be holding the custodial facilities forum; the mental health & dementia facilities forum; the physical activity facilities forum and the holiday & leisure park development forums at the same time and all networking is joint.

 

Questions? Please contact sue@stable-events.co.uk, or register online www.eb-forum.co.uk 

 

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