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School Structure

The School is an award-winning, industry-wide collaboration with its vision and work directed by Partners and registered users.

The School Board is supported by 15 market groups.

Partners choose from 3 to 15 groups to be part of, depending on their desired level of Partnership. We also convene groups to address specific industry issues through our special interest groups and area groups.

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Leadership Group Meetings

With the exception of the Board, Partners are welcome to nominate one representative and one substitute to sit on our market leadership groups.

  • Each group elects a Chair. The Chair’s primary role is to seek consensus. Partners who do not attend the meetings are assumed to accept the consensus of the group.
  • The delivery partner provides a Secretariat for each group. The Secretariat will work with the Chair to set the agenda.
  • Group members receive an agenda to inform discussions at least five working days before the meeting, and minutes within five working days after the meeting.
  • It is the Partners’ responsibility to ensure that substitutes are fully briefed about the School and the issues discussed previously within the group.

The value of Partnership

If you’re interested in becoming a Partner, contact Paul Parkinson on 07568 052 780 or email [email protected] to discuss the benefits in more depth.

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The value of Partnership

Our Partners talk about why they choose to work together in collaboration through the Supply Chain Sustainability School.
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Action Sustainability
The company works with many major clients in the built environment and other sectors to help define their sustainability ambitions and embed sustainability into their supply chains.