Why be a Partner?
The School is focused on working with the Partners to up-skill their supply chain and workforce in the key area of sustainability – improving competitiveness, reducing waste, increasing efficiency and contract success.
The Partners have come together to collaborate innovate and lead the push to improve sustainability skills and knowledge and benefit from the following ‘Partner package’.
?Partners benefit from:
- £530,000 worth of sustainability focused e-learning modules which we can bolt onto a Partners’ Learning Management System (please click to your left to view our e-learning modules)
- 5 training sessions (in-house or with a Partners ’supply chain) focusing on a key area of sustainability
- A supplier day at which we will engage with your supply chain and provide a platform for a Partner to engage with their supply chain on the issue of sustainability
- Access to unique online statistics and data identifying the strengths and weaknesses in your supply chain through our Partner dashboard
- Access to eight Market Sector Groups at which you can drive the School’s strategic agenda. These are drawn from: Construction, Infrastructure, Facilities Management, Off Site, Homes, Wales, Materials and working with Universities through the Horizon Group
- Building relationships and collaboration with senior decision makers in companies across the built environment sector
- Staff and supply chain at over 90 training events a year
- Ultimately - A more competitive, skilled supply chain leading to bottom line returns to Partner organisations
How to become Partner?
Becoming a Partner is straightforward. Please contact Paul Parkinson on 07568 052 780
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paul will arrange to meet with you to discuss the benefits of becoming a Partner in more depth.
Further Partner Information
Click here for a list of our Current Partners
Click here for Information on Partner fees
Click here for Partner Structure
- Partnership fee – which is active for 12 months from the date of joining
- Attendance at selected supplier days
- Acting as an advocate for sustainable construction and the School
- Recommending to the School to your Supply Chain
- Representation on the relevant sector leadership groups.
- Hosting a supplier day – these are paid for from a central budget and branded as School events, but allow hosts to focus on specific regions, clients or sectors
- Providing data on strategic suppliers so the School can help drive their engagement in the School
- Providing meeting space for training workshops for up to 15 people