A warm welcome to our guest speaker James Garrett, Director at HNE Media.
In this short and informative seminar, HNE Media video production and training company Director, James will explain how to make best use of video to boost your visibility on search engines.
We will look at how search terms and phrases are important, and how to create content to drive traffic to your website using video content.
Following a welcome cuppa upon arrival and a chance to say hello to fellow attendees, we'll take our seats and give all attendees a max of 60 second to introduce themselves to the room. So, get practising how much can you say about you and your business in 60 seconds!
Our host Alex Smith, Education Coordinator at the Aerozone London Stansted Airport will then give an overview about the Aerozone facilities and how as part of their commitment to inspire a generation of young people, London Stansted Airport have developed an on-site education centre at Stansted. We will then hand over to our Guest Speaker James Garrett.
Costs: £15 + vat SACC Members (promocode required) - £20 + vat Non Members.
Cost includes light refreshements and a stroll (subject to weather) to the viewing platform which is not open to the general public. This is a great opportunity to take photos and wave to the pilots as they take off on their journeys.
As part of London Stansted Airport's commitment to inspire generations of young people, they have developed an on-site education centre at Stansted known as the ‘Aerozone’. It provides a flexible and inspirational learning environment for children and young people. Since it opened in June 2015, the Aerozone has welcomed over 10,000 students from the ages of five to 18.
The Aerozone offers a range of educational materials and activities focusing on three main themes:
- STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
- Careers in aviation - Showcasing the variety of careers on offer at the airport by giving children and young people an insight into airport life.
- The history of Stansted Airport – using artefacts and photos dating back to the Second World War when Stansted began life as a U.S Air Force base.
The Aerozone can be used for a diverse range of activities and can be adapted to suit the needs of each group. Permanent exhibits provide a number of interactive activities including a wardrobe of airport uniforms for youngsters to try on, a scale model of the airport, designed and built by the airport’s engineering apprentices, a large magnetic destinations world map and a range of interactive science sets.
In addition, they provide a range of free teacher resource packs on a number of relevant topics that teachers are welcome to use to support their visit.
Each visit is also supported by a guest speaker. Airport staff have volunteered hundreds of hours at the Aerozone to speak to students about what they do and how their job supports the airport. Previous speakers include: firefighters, police officers, paramedics, pilots, engineers, border force, airside rangers, human resources, customer experience staff, cabin crew, security officers, air traffic controllers and more.
This facility is accessible free of charge to local schools and colleges.