A webinar event was held on the 24th June 2021, to provide education providers with information on the project and to talk through opportunities for collaboration and partnership. The event was successful, attracting over 40 attendees from universities, colleges and training providers from across the country.
- Video of the event (MP4 file) – opens in new window
- Presentation (PDF) – opens in new window
- Teaser document (PDF) – explaining the background to the project
If you attended the event and have any feedback, please let us know by completing this online survey.
Register your interest
If you would like to register your interest, please contact us and we will ask a member of the project team to contact you directly, and further discuss how we may be able to work together.
Two of the panellists from the event have expressed their support:
Event Chair, Paddy Bradley from Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership (SWLEP), said: “It was clear from the session that the prospects for the campus are significant, and present a unique opportunity to bring together education with health and technology in a truly integrated and forward looking way. This could be truly transformative for Salisbury and indeed, it represents a fantastic opportunity for Wiltshire, and beyond. SWLEP is a keen champion of the project and will be happy to support the partnership as it grows and takes the next steps, so I’d encourage you to get in contact and see how you can become more involved”.
Iain Hatt, Principal Designate at Wiltshire College and University Centre has also lent his support. He comments: “We are thrilled to be part of this project at such an early stage. Through this partnership, and workshops with the project team, we have been able to focus the redevelopment of our own site in certain areas, including a digital cave, knowing that we will be able to fulfil other requirements through facilities at the new HEAT Project centre. Our understanding as a training provider has also developed, which has put us in a position to bid for further funds to support health and social care across the region. This is an exciting opportunity and we look forward to seeing how further collaboration could work.”