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TG Escapes support the Festival of Learning Spaces 1st June-10th July

by Mark Brown | May 23, 2020 | Blog, Education

The team at TG Escapes are very proud to support this ambitious initiative. At a time where we are finding new ways to work, this 6 week program will be a source of ideas, advice, inspiration and a place to connect with others in the education industry. Now more than ever we need to come together and share our experiences to collectively find our way forward in these uncertain times.

The festival features over forty Webinars over the six weeks as well as a whole host of engaging and thought provoking On-Demand Content to view at your leisure.

“The Festival of Learning Spaces 1 June – 10 July will feature free-to-attend Webinars, On-Demand Content, Workshops, Socials and many more exciting digital opportunities. We’re delighted to announce TG Escapes as a Festival Headline Sponsor. Since I launched Education Estates® 8 years ago TG Escapes has been a valued exhibitor, and we’re delighted that they are supporting us in this ambitious and exciting festival.” James Lee, Managing Director, Step Connect²

Included in the programme will be: practical advice & guidance, addressing the current situation; industry resilience; examples of how projects are being progressed and how to do stakeholder engagement in these current times. They are also having social functions each week including the Festival Pub!

The Webinars will be covering topics such as: Compliance, How to progress projects, Living & Learning through a global pandemic, Practical Advice, Outdoor Learning, Project Showcases, Responding to the Zero Carbon Challenge, Sector Resilience, Understanding BIM from a Clients' Perspective and many more.

Festival Weeks:

Launch Week – W/C 1st June
A focus on Irish Education – W/C 8th June
A focus on Welsh Education – W/C 15th June
A focus on Scottish Education– W/C 22nd June
A focus on English Education – W/C b 29th June
A focus on Inclusive Learning Environments – W/C 6th July

On-demand Content will be available under these categories: Architecture, Building Performance, Capital, Case-Studies, Compliance, Estates & Facilities Management, Future Learning Spaces, Health & Wellbeing, Inclusive Learning, Modern Methods of Construction, Outdoor Learning, Refurbishment, Sustainability, Technology and Zero Carbon.

For more information and to register your complimentary place go to www.festivaloflearningspaces.com.

The festival is not replacing our live events, it aims to; add more value, profile and opportunities for our exhibitors, sponsors, event partners and supporters, create new opportunities for all, connect the education community and share best practice/guidance.

For those attending the festival, TG Escapes are offering a complimentary tree from our Tree Planting Programme with EcoMatcher. Please join us and celebrate the very best in learning space design.

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About the author

Consultant at TG Escapes - Mark has spent time growing up with the army, studying computing before the internet existed, and founding The London Classic Theatre Company, self sustaining for over 25 years. He trained in marketing with Unilever before moving into advertising as a strategist with Leo Burnett, Creative Director at Starcom and founder of award winning creative agency Weapon7. He has a passion for eco buildings and helps run the social enterprise Street Wisdom, providing free creative walkshops around the world.

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