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How To Become A Presenter At BTME 2015

11.57am 27th March 2014 - Exhibitions & Conferences

BIGGA Continue to Learn flash 2015Do you have the skills, expertise and knowledge required to present an education event at ‘Continue to Learn’ at BTME 2015? If so, now’s your chance.

The ongoing success of Continue to Learn has led to an abundance of offers to present education. To ensure that BIGGA continues to deliver the education that is valuable to its members, the Association has introduced a new initiative called ‘Proposal to Present’.

‘Proposal to Present’ provides a facility for all those who are interested in presenting at Continue to Learn, offering the opportunity to put forward their proposals.

All proposals that are considered viable will be made available for BIGGA members to vote for the education they would be most interested in attending.

All would-be presenters have to do is submit a ‘Proposal to Present’ by spending just a few minutes filling in the form at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ptop2015. Readers can also access the form via the news page on the BIGGA website – www.bigga.org.uk

BIGGA members will be given the opportunity to vote on all of the viable proposals, and those that attract the most votes will be included as a “Members Choice” event in the Continue to Learn at BTME 2015 programme. There will be more details on the voting procedure in due course. The closing date for applications is 25 April.

BIGGA’s Learning & Development Manager Sami Strutt said: “We receive so many requests from people across the industry wanting to present at Continue to Learn that we’ve decided to open it up to proposals. We’re hoping this will attract new ideas, new presenters and provide interesting new angles to existing topics.

“Continue to Learn is Europe’s premier education event for the greenkeeping industry, and it’s vital that it remains topical and is continually updated and refreshed. ‘Proposal to Present’ is the first step in ensuring that happens and we’re looking forward to receiving a range of varied and interesting submissions.”

An all-time record of 2,764 delegates attended Continue to Learn’s range of seminars, workshops, presentations and conferences at BTME 2014.

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