ACC Liverpool wins NUT business

The ACC Liverpool has announced a series of association business wins for its BT Convention Centre in 2010.

ACC Liverpool wins association business
ACC Liverpool wins association business

The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL) has chosen the venue to host its first conference in Europe, bringing more than 500 delegates to the centre for three nights.

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) will hold its annual conference at the BT Convention Centre Liverpool for the first time in April. More than 1,500 teachers, government officials and the media are expected to attend the five-day event.

The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) will hold a two-day conference and exhibition for more than 500 delegates, following an event it held at the BT Convention Centre Liverpool in 2008. 

 
The Association of Teachers and Lecturers, which held its annual four-day event for 500 in early 2009, has also contracted events in 2011 and 2013.

BT Convention Centre general manager Jacquie Rogers said: "We are extremely pleased to welcome such a influential group of educational clients to the BT Convention Centre, part of ACC Liverpool."  


BT Convention Centre: key facts and figures

  • Opened in spring 2008
  • Has held more than 260 conferences and hosted over 71,000 delegates to date
  • Event spaces include a 3,725sqm multi-purpose hall and 18 further meeting rooms.
  • Total exhibition space covers more than 7,000sqm. 
  • Clients include the British Council of Shopping Centres, the NHS Confederation and the UK Cabinet Meeting.

 

 

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