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April 2024

Scuba National Conference Wednesday 22nd May 2024

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The last few years have been eventful and so much has changed about the way we all work. We all appear to be busier and spend more time watching people on Teams than we do catching up on Netflix.

Pre-lockdown, we held periodic gatherings in the form of a National Conference, as an alternative to individual visits, and we plan to do this again in 2024 in order to offer an alternative forum where we can catch up, and you can meet staff from other sites and enjoy some networking away from the day-to-day.

The location is The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Manchester on Wednesday 22nd May.

The Crowne Plaza is walking distance from Manchester Airport, which has hubs for both the rail and bus network. It also has ample parking for those that wish to drive.

The general format will be start 09:30, finish by 16:00 latest so you can miss the traffic. Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day. The content will be a mix of showing you ongoing developments, going through some aspects of the system that (we know) customers find tricky, group chats to share / gather information for future versions and optional break-out sessions if you want to chat about individual items.

The Team from Delta will be staying the night before and this is a good option for those of you who travel any distance or for those who will fly in from the smaller airports.

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis, so please let us know as soon as possible if you would like to attend. We need a firm commitment to make this successful and look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions, please contact

We are attending Enterprise: 1 + 1 = 3 – annual conference & exhibition 10th and 11th April

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 Enterprise: 1 + 1 = 3. Driving synergy and improving returns.

The Schools’ Enterprise Association (SEA) is an independent members’ organisation providing support and guidance for schools’ management teams responsible for generating additional commercial revenues by optimising the return on the school’s considerable assets: education; co-curricular; community and public benefit partnerships; provenance; and buildings and facilities. 

The SEA includes a Sports Chapter, which helps sports’ management teams meet the unique challenges of running and optimising the return on schools’ sports facilities. 

Services offered through SEA membership include professional development, networking opportunities, reference library, recruitment, consultancy and access to professional advisors, focused on the enterprise development within schools. 

The Schools Enterprise Association and the Sports Chapter are established to:

  • Provide members’ representatives with the professional support they need to successfully manage their commercial lettings’ business and sports’ centre activities alongside the school’s core remit of providing a world class education to the school’s pupils.
  • Offer specialist advice and guidance services online, over the phone and in person at networking meetings, professional development events and an annual conference.
  • Work closely with other associations representing this sector, as well as professional advisers to the independent school sector ensuring that member schools have access to the very best information and guidance available in the marketplace.

The full agenda can be found here: SEA Annual Conference Agenda 2024 FV