More businesses than ever are working with schools and young people from providing insights into the world of work, senior business people becoming school governors to supporting a school sports day.
All interventions are valuable but longer-term needs-led strategic partnerships can provide deeper impact for both the business and school.
The purpose of the workshop
- Receive an introduction to school and business partnerships including the business case – why would a business do it?
- Explore the key principles behind what makes a successful school and business partnership
- Consider the variety of activity which can be undertaken with a school, the pros and cons
- See some examples of real school and business partnerships and consider the pros and cons of different approaches
The workshop will be of most benefit to participants who:
- are new or just starting to think about working with schools Cheryl.Phillips@bitc.org.uk
- have already started working with a school(s) but want to explore how to drive greater benefit for the business, school(s), pupils and wider community.
- want to explore different ways of managing school and business partnerships
Who should attend?
- Members that are senior manager level within an SME
- Members that are senior manager or middle manager level in larger companies, usually within human resources, corporate or community affairs
Please note this workshop is for BITC members only and requires one credit for two people. If you have not yet renewed your membership onto BITC'S new proposition this is included in your current membership fee.
Contact for further information
Please contact Cheryl.Phillips@bitc.org.uk, Head of Campaigning, Education for more information.
Full joining instructions will be disclosed nearer the time.