What Works? Education Conference - Admissions Policy

  • Only pre-registered What Works? Education Conference visitors who are badge holders, visitors who register on the day and exhibitor badge holders will be able to attend What Works? Education Conference.
  • Visitors who register onsite at the Event will be charged an onsite registration charge.
  • Visitors should be involved in or have some connection or interest in publishing and associated industries and should be dressed in suitable business wear.
  • Badge holders must not allow their badges to be worn by anyone else. Any failure is likely to lead to the badge holder and the person wearing the badge being removed from What Works? Education Conference.
  • Anyone obtaining a What Works? Education Conference visitor or exhibitor badge by theft, deception or other illegal means may be asked to leave Introduction to Rights.
  • Anyone attending What Works? Education Conference should carry some form of photo-ID (passport, photo-ID driving licence, national identity card) or other identification acceptable to the Organisers which the Organisers may ask to see.
  • By registering to attend What Works? Education Conference, visitors will automatically have a “My Event” account created for them on the London Book Fair website allowing them to use the Organisers’ planning and networking tools and to message exhibitors and visitors before What Works? Education Conference and The London Book Fair.
  • No one under the age of 16 will be able to attend What Works? Education Conference unless they have obtained the prior written consent of the Organisers and may be required by the Organisers to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Visitors with children will be responsible for their children and will be asked to put their mobile number on a wristband to be worn by the child.
  • With the exception of guide dogs, no pets or animals of any description will be allowed into What Works? Education Conference.
  • Anyone attending What Works? Education Conference must not take part in any canvassing, leafleting, demonstrations, objectionable behaviour or wear offensive apparel or be involved in any activity which may disrupt What Works? Education Conference.
  • Press badges at What Works? Education Conference are restricted to publishers, editors, journalists, photographers, broadcasters and web bloggers associated with the publishing industry. Members of the press may be required to complete an application form and produce accreditation in the form of a photocopy of a recognised press or media card, business card, [NUJ card,] a letter from the editor or an official web address linking to a press release in order to verify their position. Press applications from advertising personnel and media sales representatives will not be accepted.
  • Official London Book Fair photographers will be taking photographs and filming videos at What Works? Education Conference. Anyone attending What Works? Education Conference consents to such photography and filming without compensation and confirms that the Organisers shall be entitled to use such photographs and videos, which may include photographs and videos of visitors, for the purpose of marketing What Works? Education Conference in future, for exploitation in any and all media, without liability.
  • Everyone attending What Works? Education Conference is required to comply with the Organisers’ safety and security requirements www.londonbookfair.co.uk/en/safety-and-security
  • No visitor to What Works? Education Conferences may take photographs or film videos or make any form of recording on any media at What Works? Education Conference under any circumstances without the prior written permission of the Organisers.
  • The Organisers reserve the right to exclude or remove anyone from What Works? Education Conference, The London Book Fair and Olympia London who does not comply with this policy or who they reasonably consider is likely to break these rules or who is prohibited from attending under any applicable sanctions, laws or regulations, or otherwise at the Organisers’ discretion.
  • Anyone attending any session in our seminar theatres will have their badge scanned and, through such attendance and scanning, that person will be agreeing to be contacted by the seminar host and/or speaker in relation to such session.

Service, Safety and Security at our Events

The safety and security of our staff and attendees is our priority. We work closely with the venue, local and national authorities to identify risks, assess them and develop security plans for our events.

Everyone attending our events should be aware that the following are in place:

  • Customer Service staff may approach you to assist you outside, at entry or inside the event
  • Staff and attendees are required to wear ID badges provided
  • Bag checks are in operation at our events
  • Walkthrough or hand held scanners may be in operation at our events
  • CCTV in operation at our events is monitored and recorded
  • Uniformed and covert Security Guards are in attendance at our events
  • Uniformed and covert Police are in attendance at some of our events
  • Canine Security and Detection is in operation at some of our events

Everyone attending our events is requested to:

  • Keep personal property with you at all times and do not leave any items unattended
  • Report anything that looks unusual, suspicious or just out of place to a member of event staff
  • Remain patient and courteous with event staff undertaking security checks.
  • Follow the instructions of event staff at all times
  • On their final visit to the event, dispose of their badge inside the event or when they’ve returned home, not in bins immediately outside the event.
  • Carry a recognised form of photo ID with them at all times.
  • If you have any feedback or questions please contact eventsecurity@reedexpo.co.uk

    Organisers: Reed Exhibitions Limited, Gateway House, 28 The Quadrant, Richmond, Surrey TW9 1DN, United Kingdom

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