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For 2021, AUDE's Summer School took place in the winter, on Monday 15 - Thursday 18 November at the Edgbaston park Hotel, University of Birmingham.
Delegates heard from current estates directors and sector experts on key topical areas of estates and facilities management. This residential provides a network of peers to strike up a working relationship with, which for many will be sustained into the future.
Find the full report for this year's summer school, written by Mark Swales, the 2021 facilitator.
View the full programme pdf here.
The group project should focus on sector learning from the COVID responses and how this will shape future refurbishments, new developments and/or operational estates and facilities services for the workplace, learning, teaching and research spaces.
Delegates will be assigned to groups on the first day of the residential, these groups will be the groups delegates will stay in for the duration on the summer school residential programme.
The Group Project works consists of:
Group Project – four territories to explore
You will need to sign into your AUDE account to view the session slides. If you attended Summer School and do not have an AUDE account then click here to register.
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