STEAM Careers in the Built Environment at London Real Estate Forum

Tuesday 12 June 2018


Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London, W1J 6BR

Introduce pupils to an industry that needs them, in our free schools preview of the London Real Estate Forum - a prestigious event in the property industry calendar.

Pupils will have the opportunity to meet professionals from across a range of property disciplines and hear inspiring stories of how they found fulfilling, life-long careers in a huge variety of occupations - from structural engineering to quantity surveying, town planning to landscape architecture.

Practical activities will include careers talks, speed-networking and careers and employability advice. Students will also be invited to take part in an interactive guided tour of the exhibition, which will introduce them to state of the art models and displays about the latest developments in central London and the outer boroughs.

This trip is the perfect end of year complement to Year 10-13 learning about regeneration, sustainability, citizenship, design and careers in the curriculum.

If you have previously brought a group to NLA or The City Centre why not take the chance to help them engage further with this rare opportunity to attend a professional built environment focussed event.

For more information, or to book, email Lettie McKie, Head of Learning -

Find out more about LREF here
Find out more about The City Centre learning programme here

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This exclusive event is free of charge to schools but places are extremely limited. For more information and to apply to bring a group contact us by half-term Friday May 25, 5pm.

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