Benefits of workshops
Benefits to young people
- Practical application of learning to the real world and the world of work
- Skill development including communication, team work and presentation
- Hands on learning, problem solving and development of creative solutions
- Information about professional careers and study routes, with workshops providing a practical insight into what careers entail
- Development of an understanding about architecture and the built environment.
Benefits to schools
- Directly support teaching of the core subjects and cross curricular learning in particular supporting geography, art, design technology, history and STEM subjects
- Suitable for pupils from Year 3+ and can be tailored for all abilities
- Delivered by built environment professionals and university students, offering a real insight into career and study routes
- A diverse and professional team ensuring we can respond to your needs
- Fully prepared workshop with all materials provided
- Opportunity to develop and deliver a fully integrated, cross-curricular project
- Sessions start at as little as £4.20 per students, offering fantastic value for money
- Proven track record – 4 years of delivery in northwest schools with consistently excellent feedback.
Benefits to sponsors
- Engage young people in your organisation, particularly relevant for Universities looking to showcase courses to potential future students
- Supports the development of skills, aspirations and confidence among young people, complementing a company’s Social Value Objectives and Corporate Social Responsibility
- Potential to support engagement and consultation where a sponsor has a specific scheme they would like to form the basis of the workshops.
“I enjoyed having adults LISTEN to our ideas about the local area and designing a place for us”
FREE Easter Planning and Design Workshops (28th Feb)
Are you aged 14-18 and interested in design? Do you work with young people interested in how places are designed? We’re currently recruiting 50 budding designers for our FREE Easter School sponsored by University of Liverpool School of Environmental Sciences.