The Brighton Centre has announced that it has secured the opportunity to host the 2014 and 2016 National Union of Teachers Conferences.
The National Union of Teachers (NUT) is made up of teachers in primary and secondary education from across the UK. Working on behalf of its 300,000 members, the Union helps to ensure fairness and equality in terms of employment and working conditions. Its annual conference, which will take place next year at the Brighton Centre, will allow all members from the Union to meet and discuss current issues in the education sector.
Whilst our location is often noted as a unique and highly attractive feature that sets us apart from other venues, we have to argue that we have a better quality still…our workforce.
Impossible to measure and to explain on paper, the tremendous service our staff provide is the main reason we see so many repeat bookings at the venue. But, unlike our fantastic location, it has to be experienced to be believed; though you can check out our testimonials to see what other organisers have said.
I’m sure many of you have already seen the news regarding our GM, Howard Barden, and his new role; we are delighting that he has been appointed Head of Tourism & Venues at Brighton and Hove City Council.
He will now have responsibility for Tourism & Venues a BHCC; a service that combines VisitBrighton alongside the Brighton Centre and Hove Centre. He succeeds Adam Bates who is leaving at the end of the year. Continue reading