This event brings together young people, employers and practitioners to improve communication and increase understanding of each other’s needs.
The series give stakeholders a collective voice on policy in an attempt to close the gap between education and the world of work.
The clients’ requirement was to design, deliver and manage a series of highly interactive events across Wales over a 2-3 year period. The conference was to be bi-lingual with heavy use of visual stimuli.
Professional presenters from the media were allied with young presenters to engage delegates in conversation about the world of work and how education policy is responding.
The use of quiz questions with supporting sound effects, video playback designed to elicit a strong response, and table discussions were employed to maximize feedback.
The CLEARTECH team worked with the team at DfES in a flexible and friendly manner, providing solutions for all requirements.
Understanding the “bigger picture” from the clients’ perspective was key to developing and delivering this long-term event series.
I have worked with Ben and his team for many years....their technical expertise and experience of every aspect of an event is second to none and I couldn't imagine running my major events without them...
Tracy Marsh, Marsh Marketing
We worked with the guys recently in London and put simply they were brilliant. Nothing was too much trouble even adapting to our changing schedule during the event. We will see you again next year....
Martin, Production Management
Matt ,Thank you for Leading and operating the Video team .The show was a great success due to your technical expertise and leadership it was a pleasure to work with you. I hope to have the opportunity to work with you again next time I am in the UK....
Mike, One Smoothe Stone
Just wanted to drop you a line to express my gratitude...as always a professional job.
David Phillips, Wales Quality Awards
Matt...just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for everything you and the team did to make the 2014 Wales Nurse of the year Awards the undoubted success they were. The aim was to raise the quality of the production of the event and you more than fulfilled that objective.
Brian French, Royal College of Nursing