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The School of Architecture would like to invite you to attend a free Practical Training day hosted by the University of Liverpool.
The Royal Institute of British Architects encourages us to take part in these days as they give you the opportunity to maintain contact with one another and share experiences and to address some of the issues you may be encountering on your ‘year out’. It is also an opportunity for me to discuss your Professional Educational Development Review (PEDR) - ‘the log book’.
Please register for your free place. The closing date is 24th April. Please share with your friends so everyone knows, we are sure for some we do not have their most up to date address.
If you are intending to study the MArch with us, you still need to apply online by 1st May as places are filling up quickly: www.liverpool.ac.uk/study/postgradute/taught/architecture-march/overview
We look forward to seeing you on 1st May!
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School of the Arts - University of Liverpool
The School of the Arts is the hub of creative thinking at the University of Liverpool.
We hold a range of excellent events to address research and teaching outputs, areas of interest, careers advice and much more beside. Through our events we want to reach out to students, alumni, staff, employers and interested parties to engage with us. Please do keep an eye on our calendar and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or suggestions.
Through our activities we aim to support our goal of inspiring, supporting and developing people who can think for themselves, imagine the future and shape the world.
At the School of the Arts we consider the safety of our visitors extremely important when planning our events, so If you believe you need assistance evacuating our building , even temporarily, please contact us to complete a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan.
A PEEP is a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan. It is a bespoke escape plan for individuals who may not be able to reach an ultimate place of safety unaided or within a satisfactory period of time in the event of any emergency.