Building Better Schools Training Seminar
"Where school design goes right ... and wrong"
29th March 2007 at Syracuse University, Holborn, London
Are you about to embark on a major school building project whether new build or refurbishment?
The Where school design goes right ... and wrong training seminar will be a stimulating, interactive day offering you an overview of the design process, techniques and practical advice to guide you through your future school building programme. It will also offer key learning for action plan development.
The day is aimed at school leaders and partners, Local Education Authorities as well as national and local agencies involved in delivering the largest school building programme in our history.
Sharon Wright: Former Managing Director of School Works, member of the DfES Advisory Group on School Buildings and the Exemplar Design Working Group.
Allan Jarvis: Bradford's Building Schools for the Future Pathfinder Programme.
- Overview of the design process
- Getting it right! Developing your vision
- Choosing your Design Team
- Working with your Design Team -- Being a Good Client
- Evaluating Emerging Designs
- Working with Stakeholders
- Looking for Inspiration
- Individual Action Planning
Time: 10.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. (This event is fully catered).
Location: Syracuse Univeresity, Faraday House, 48-51 Old Gloucester Street, London, WC1N 3AE
Bookings and Enquiries: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7785 6291 to reserve your place. We will send you an invoice on receipt of booking.
Note that numbers are limited to 20 places only. Please mention any specific dietary requirements on booking.
Cost: £400.00 & VAT
BCSE Member Rate: £360 & VAT
Payment: Cheques should be made out to British Council for School Environments and sent to: The British Council for School Environments, 2nd Floor Downstream
Building, 1 London Bridge, London SE1 9BG