The only event of its kind in the UK, covering the primary, secondary and higher education sectors, its success is built on three key elements:
âž¡ï€ The Exhibition features the entire supply chain serving the education sector. It’s a unique marketplace where manufacturers and providers can meet decision-makers and specifiers, make new contacts, generate leads and new product ideas, and identify current and emerging opportunities in the education sector.
âž¡ï€ The Conference features over 60 speakers, with specialist content streams for Schools and Colleges & Universities. Lively and authoritative, it’s THE professional gathering for everyone concerned with education’s built environment.
âž¡ï€ The annual Education Estates Awards & Dinner is a fantastic networking opportunity for exhibitors, speakers, visitors and delegates – and a great night out, too! This year, it will be held in Manchester’s prestigious Midland Hotel.
ABOVE and BELOW: The annual show features an exhibition, conference and awards dinner
The Education Estates Exhibition is FREE to ALL visitors and delegates. The Conference is free for those directly employed in schools, colleges, universities and local authorities. Delegates also benefit from free on-site catering.
A new feature for 2015, Maintaining Buildings in Education is designed to help visitors and delegates make their maintenance budgets go further. Running alongside Education Estates, and FREE TO ATTEND, it consists of:
âž¡ï€ A dedicated area within the Education Estates Exhibition, bringing together suppliers specialising in products and services for internal and external maintenance
âž¡ï€ A free-to-attend theatre, where exhibitors can share their experience, expertise and advise through case studies, demonstrations and presentations
âž¡ï€ Branded sessions within the main Schools and Colleges & Universities Conference streams.
Maintaining Buildings for Education is aimed at decision-makers and maintenance teams from local authorities, colleges and universities.
Colleges & Universities conference session includes:
âž¡ï€ Re-Engineering an Institution – The University of Northampton New Campus Development: Jane Bunce, Director of Student and Academic Services, University of Northampton
âž¡ï€ Collaborative Trust in UK Further and Higher Education Procurement Strategies: Jason Challender, Leeds City College, Collaborative Trust in UK Further and Higher Education Procurement Strategies
âž¡ï€ An Holistic Approach to City Centre Campus Rejuvenation: Coventry University Masterplan: Tim Brown, Director of Architecture, Broadway Malyan
âž¡ï€ Higher Education Funding Council for England Keynote Address: Andrew Smith, Head of Estates and Sustainable Development, Higher Education Funding Council for England
âž¡ï€ Securing a Global University’s Future in a Competitive World: The North West Cambridge Development: Roger Taylor, Director of Estates Strategy in the Estate Management Division, University of Cambridge
âž¡ï€ And many more sessions….
Awards & Dinner
The Education Estates Awards & Dinner will take place on the evening of the first day of the Education Estates Conference & Exhibition (10 November 2015).
This year’s awards will be held at the Midland Hotel, just across the road from Manchester Central where the conference and exhibition is taking place.
The awards are an excellent opportunity to network with other delegates and exhibitors, and to continue discussing the day’s topics.
After dinnerspeaker: Garry Richardson – broadcaster.
For further information about the event and to register go to www.educationestates.com