Your Olympics Learning Legacies set at the EAUC Annual Conference 2012

With the London Olympics coming to an end, the UK looks to understand what the legacy will be. 

Right from the very beginning of the bid in 2003, London 2012 has been about what can be achieved through the inspiration and power of sport, using it as a catalyst for positive change and inspiration. Now, after years of detailed planning and preparations, the foundations of our visions are firmly in place. As well as the physical legacy of the London 2012 Games, which is clearly visible in London’s magnificent new Olympic Park and the transformation of east London, new initiatives and programmes are creating sustainable social, economic and sporting legacies at home in the UK and around the world.

However, the legacy will extend far beyond this as we can take this principle and apply to our own workplaces. At the 2012 Annual Conference, we took the learning legacy as our theme - to encourage our delegates to learn from this idea to ensure they think about setting a legacy in their own institutions.

Following the Conference, we asked our delegates what their own learning legacies would be. We saw a great spread of topics and themes. Download some of the responses below. We hope these legacies are being fulfilled and even added to!

Have you set your own legacy and want to share it with us - email info@eauc.org.uk
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