Pedal-power connects business with pleasure

Last week on Thurs Feb 25th, CERES Education hosted an event to welcome partnerships in the New Schools PPP Project, which will deliver 15 new State schools in Victoria. CERES are the Sustainability Partner and education provider for the Project and our role in providing sustainability support and education is a unique part of the project.

In a memorable event, CERES welcomed partners with a pedal-powered daiquiri at the Mobile Energy Classroom, a game of Ecobingo, presentations, food and drinks, and a mini tour of CERES. Many guests hadn’t been to CERES before and this signature event was a terrific way to showcase our community organisation and create opportunities for these partners to return with their colleagues.

 James Tetlow (Amber Infrastructure) pedal powering his daiquiri with Nick Rickard (CERES Education) and Deanne Jones (CERES Education)

Drinks and chats around the pedal-powered daiquiri bar at the Mobile Energy Classroom. L-R: Deanne Jones (CERES Education), Emmanuelle Demonede (CERES Education), Robyn Overall (CJ Arms), Nicola Gibson (DET) and Kate Scales (DET)

Stephen Fraser (Amber Infrastructure) and Jane Burns (CERES Education)

James Tetlow (Amber Infrastructure)

Kate Scales (Department of Education and Training)

Ian Culbard (CERES Education) talks about the CERES Mobile Energy Classroom and educational solar powered gadgets.

Judy Glick (CERES Partnerships Manager) takes a group around on a CERES site tour

We look forward to seeing our partners return to CERES to share our organisation with the rest of their teams.

By ceres| 2017-11-08T13:17:43+00:00 February 29th, 2016|New Schools PPP Project|0 Comments

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