Education Space Consultancy has years of experience providing Timetable and Teaching Space Modelling expertise to education institutions, with recent projects including The University of Birmingham’s Collaborative Teaching Laboratory Timetabling Project and Swansea University’s Bay Campus Teaching Space and Timetable Modelling Project.
The Timetable and Teaching Space Modelling service utilises our expertise and sector experience to provide our clients with a comprehensive modelling service that accurately tests how potential or planned changes to factors effecting demand, will impact upon the timetable and the teaching space.
Each model is tailor made to match each of our clients’ specifications, ensuring that they are provided with a service that accurately models their planned demand and constraints. We can also offer onsite and offsite support in collecting the information and detail required to create each scenario, helping to ensure the scenarios modelled are as accurate as possible.
Typically each Timetable and Teaching Space Modelling project is presented in the form of a detailed consultancy report that utilises our experience of space management and timetabling within the education sector to provide detailed data analysis, conclusions and action focussed recommendations. Any issues highlighted via the Timetable and Teaching Space Modelling are explored in detail, with potential solutions tested, discussed and recommended.
Recent Timetable and Teaching Space Modelling Projects carried out by Education Space Consultancy
University of Winchester – Timetable and Teaching Space Modelling Project – July 2016
For this project we are working closely with the University of Winchester to determine and then model the University’s timetable and teaching space requirements over future years, in preparation for the planned construction of a new teaching facility on campus. This is an exciting project that aims to improve upon the teaching facilities already available on campus whilst ensuring that the new facilities are utilised effectively.
Porth and Tonypandy Middle Schools – Curriculum Planning – October 2015
Education Space Consultancy provided a curriculum planning service for Porth and Tonypandy middle schools as part of a multidisciplinary design team, headed by DarntonB3 Architecture. This included developing and providing the project with a detailed curriculum planning report, by conducting onsite meetings as well as onsite and offsite research. This curriculum plan demonstrated the future teaching space requirements for both Porth and Tonypandy middle schools and inform DarntonB3 Architecture’s design process for the planned construction at both sites.
The University of Birmingham – Collaborative Teaching Laboratory Timetabling Project (July 2015)
This exciting project contributed to the effective planning and construction of the new Collaborative Teaching Laboratory facilities for The University of Birmingham STEM students. Education Space Consultancy provided both Timetabling and Space Management Strategy advice as well as Timetabling Models over future years. These services enabled the University to plan to make the most out of the space available as well as provide a teaching and timetabling environment that will benefit its students.
For this project, we worked with Swansea University to provide a Timetable and Teaching Space Modelling service that modelled a number of scenarios in preparation for the new Swansea University Bay Campus, that has since been successfully opened and made available to the School of Engineering and the School of Management staff and students.
University of South Wales – Teaching Space and Timetable Modelling Consultancy (March 2015)
For this project ,we worked with the University of South Wales, modelling the timetable and teaching space requirements in preparation for the Atrium 2B construction project, at the Cardiff Atrium site.
Interested in Education Space Consultancy carrying out a timetable modelling exercise for you?
If you are interested in Education Space Consultancy carrying out a timetable modelling exercise for your institution or have any questions in relation to this, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with Education Space Consultancy’s Director, Ben Moreland directly or complete the contact form below.