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  1. ASBCIand The University of Bolton

  2. Aims & Objectives of the ASBCI • An industry-oriented centre of technical and commercial excellence • Forum for discussion • Benefits all To enable professionals and students to share knowledge and experience through the networking of the Association members

  3. Membership Company Memberships include: • Next • Johnsons Cleaners • Marks & Spencer plc • Arcadia • Shop Direct Group • Jaeger • J. P Boden & Co • The Woolmark Company plus many other companies within the supply chain of the Fashion & Textile Industry

  4. Batley College of Art & Design Birmingham City Univ Bradford University De Montfort University Leeds College of Art & Design Leicester College London College of Fashion Manchester Metropolitan University New College Nottingham Nottingham TrentUniversity University of Bolton University College for the Creative Arts at Epsom University of Huddersfield University of Leeds Univ of Hertfordshire Univ of Northampton Membership College/University Members include:-

  5. Student MemberActivities The largest student association in the UK • Student conference • Student member-only seminar • Technical visits • Design and dissertation awards • Discounted publications • Access to conference presentations through website and personal membership password • Access to industry personnel

  6. Through your personal Password the website offers access to: Latest news and events Forthcoming conferences Publications Job vacancies List of members Student section How to become a member Membership Web Site [note – web site currently being re-designed]

  7. Student Design Award ASBCI corporate member companies offer sponsorship for the annual ASBCI Student Design Award. The sponsor for 2007/8 was: Shop Direct Group Previous companies include: Topshop Marks & Spencer Matalan

  8. Student Dissertation Prize An award for the best dissertation or non-design project for Final Year students only Sponsored by Marks & Spencer Jointly assessed by academic and companies

  9. Student DissertationAward Nominees 2008 • Sophie Piper, Helen Vause – University of Leeds • Natalie Saunders – De Montfort University • Rebecca Lawson – Manchester Metro. University, Hollings • Natasha Thurlby – UCE – Birmingham • Melanie Suffill, Rikke Hansen – University of Huddersfield • Benjamin Stallard – University of Bolton • Kimberley Salmon – London College of Fashion • Katie Lee – Nottingham Trent University • Rebecca White – Batley College

  10. ASBCI Student Conference University of Huddersfield November 12th 2008 Speakers include: • Katie Greenyer – Creative Director, Red or Dead (Pentland Group) • Michael Spenley - Head of Ethical Sourcing, Shop Direct • Gary Francis – Clothing Visual Manager, M&S • Andrew Crawford - MD, Sizemic Ltd • Jonathon Petty - Patagonia

  11. Half Day SeminarMembers only – specific to job needs February/March 2009 Dean Clough - Halifax Speakers include: • Dissertation prize winner 2008 • Top Designer • Major Retailer • A Recruitment Company

  12. Student Members Technical Visit A Student MembersONLY Technical visit will be arranged between January / April 2009: Venue to be advised at a later date (numbers limited by Health & Safety first come first served allocation) Previously: Leather Research Centre; Smedley’s

  13. Why Join? • The largest and most active Student Association in the UK • Student Conference & seminar: priority + big discount • Networking opportunities / access to industry expertise • Members only Technical visits to leading companies • Job placement / career opportunities • Student achievement recognition • Discounts on ASBCI publications • Practical advice / knowledge enhancement • One-off student membership joining fee

  14. Industry endorsements • "The ASBCI is a wonderful organisation that helps so many people and unifies all the different aspects of the British clothing industry through the variety of its members. It is something I wish had been around when I was studying. • ASBCI has given me the opportunity to speak with students and share some of my experiences with them and the chance for me to get feedback from the next generation of talent which is so important.“ Christopher Bailey, Creative Director of Burberry

  15. Industry endorsements • '' For a student who has chosen to study fashion and textiles and wants to enter into this exciting world Student Membership to the ASBCI offers great benefits both throughout your course and when you gain your first job and beyond,  through excellent links with Industry, support through technical services and information and great networking opportunities. • The ASBCI develops and maintains great relationships with its members and can help support you during your course in many ways from researching, developing learning and understanding to potential prizes and recognition through the student Dissertation prize. '' Joanne Poyner, Product Legislation & Environment Manager, Next

  16. Industry endorsements "The ASBCI is a terrific forum for technical & commercial excellence in the fashion and textiles industry. The Association provides an excellent network for discussion and learning and facilitates a very important link between retailers, manufacturers and academia, as demonstrated by events such as the annual Students conference. There are a number of benefits specifically for Students………  There are conferences with the networking and educational benefits they bring, The association organises some fantastic Technical visits throughout the year. The design and dissertation prizes provide an excellent opportunity for Students to showcase their work …… and have led to placements for students in leading manufacturing and retail businesses.  M&S have proudly sponsored the Student dissertation prize for the last three years and we have always been impressed by the very high standards of the work submitted. We look forward to being associated with this prize for some years to come and fully support the great work the ASBCI does with the student community.“ Pascal Little, Womenswear Technical Manager, M&S

  17. Student endorsement Katy Holgreaves, University of Huddersfield • “The ASBCI membership is enabling me to experience a European placement at Stoll which resulted from an informative talk from Joerg Hartmann, Head of the Fashion & Technology at Stoll, during last year’s ASBCI Student Conference.”

  18. How to get involved – • sign up for ASBCI membership for the duration of your course [previously just annual membership] • book November conference

  19. 1st year fees • Membership = £30 [for 3 or 4 years of course] • Conference = £20 [or £35 for non-members] Total (to send with application) = £50 [next year – just £20 members conference fee]

  20. 2nd year fees • Membership = £20 [for remaining 2 years] • Conference = £20 [or £35 for non-members] Total (to send with application) = £40 [next year – just £20 members conference fee]

  21. final year fees • Membership = £10 • Conference = £20 [or £35 for non-members] Total (to send with application) = £30

  22. Application form This MS Word template should be available electronically – see your tutor for details. Complete and email to ASBCI

  23. ASBCIand The University of Bolton • Action required: • email application form to • • membership fee or cheque • check transport for conference NTU contacts: Barbara Waters Trevor Rowe