NASUWT Annual Conference 2012
Friday, 6 April 2012
Teachers, politicians and delegates will gather in Birmingham this Easter for the 2012 Annual Conference of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union.
The key event in the education calendar will be held from 6-9 April at the Birmingham International Convention Centre (ICC), Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2EA.
To register your attendance or if you require further information, please contact Stuart Gannon in the NASUWT press office on 0207 420 9680 or email email@example.com.
Official conference accommodation will be at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham Hotel (adjoined to the ICC). The NASUWT has negotiated preferential rates at the hotel, if you would like to book a room via the NASUWT, please contact the NASUWT Conferences and Events Team on 0121 453 6150 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further details of the agenda and speakers will be announced in due course.
NASUWT Press Office
Tel: 020 7420 9681
Mobile (and out of hours contact): 07966 198894
Address: 5 King Street , Covent Garden, London, WC2E 8SD
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