Last week for early bird rates - deafscotland Annual Conference: ‘Connect and Capitalise - Right Design for Communication' - Tuesday 17 March 2020
It’s the last week for early bird rates for the Deafscotland Annual Conference ‘Connect and Capitalise – Right Design for Communication’. It’s on Tuesday 17 March 2020 in Glasgow at DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Glasgow Central.
Their vision is: Right design for communication, making the most out of capacity building, resilience development and community cohesion towards Communication For All. #CommunicationForAll #BSLForAll #ConnectUsToo
They have three fantastic keynote speakers on the day. They also have a variety of workshops for you to attend. On the day, their market place will have 30 different exhibitors.
Conference rates for members – different categories from £68.00 and non-members £92.00 (excluding Eventbrite admin fee).
For tickets and more information on our conference, please click the link below:
They do have some sponsorship packages available for the conference. They also have very limited market stall spaces available. Please get in touch at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early bird rates finishes on Friday 31 January 2020, before the price increases to standard rates – members – different categories from £98.00 and non-members £122.00 (excluding Eventbrite admin fee).
West Lothian Council are currently developing the Childrens Services Plan (CSP) for 2020 - 2023, unfortunately the usual tight timescale. Council Officers are very keen to ensure that views and areas of good practice from the 3rd sector are embedded in the plan.
You are invited to attend a meeting on Monday 3rd February 2-4pm, (Venue TBC). The aim of the meeting is to hold a constructive, practical, facilitated workshop where forum members can gain further information from Council staff on the CSP process and then actively contribute to the development of the plan.
This is a good opportunity to fully engage in the construction of a strategic plan in partnership with the Council, despite the tight timescale, and all of our busy workloads, it would be great to see a good attendance at this meeting.
If you are interested and would like to attend, please contact:
Youth Action Project
The Scottish Community Development Centre (SCDC) is starting a new project being delivered here in West Lothian, with the purpose to:
Although the numbers of spaces are limited should you be interested in attending please respond directly to my colleague Joanna Anderson, Community Planning Development Officer, by email. email@example.com
National Support Agencies come to West Lothian for the WLSEN matchmaking event of the year!
Regardless of what you need help with, WLSEN can match you up with someone who can help e.g. Finance, Feasibility Studies, Legal stuff, Business Planning, Leadership Training, Procurement, Start Up etc.
On the day support agencies will include:
Social Enterprise Accountancy
School for Social Entrepreneurs
The event is taking place on Thursday 13th February 2020 at Broxburn United Sports Club, 1 Albyn Park, Broxburn, EH52 5BP, from 10am until Noon.
Click here to confirm your attendance.
Please see below a flyer for our Linlithgow based Time for You event which is happening on the same Time for You Event - Linlithgow
Please see below the flyer for the Carer's of West Lothian's Linlithgow based Time for You event, on the same day at the Time for You Event at Sycamore House.
The Linlithgow based event is being funded by Linlithgow Rotary hence the geographical criteria that attendees have to be Linlithgow or EH49 based.
SCCR Conference 2020
The Faces of Transition
Wednesday 29th January 2020
Radisson Blu, Edinburgh
OPEN FOR BOOKINGS
Inspired by the Roman God Janus, our FREE 2020 National Conference ‘The Faces of Transition’ explores the themes of beginnings, transitions, time, duality and how our past can impact our future but does not define us.
To coincide with this event and to celebrate our work under Scottish Government’s Children, Young People and Families Early Intervention Fund, the SCCR will publish a new report detailing the impact of our work over the last four years plus the findings from new SCCR 2019 National Surveys.
The conference will highlight the legacy of the SCCR and look to the future regarding our ambition, purpose and strategic work in relation to earlier intervention and prevention for young people and families across Scotland.
We are honoured to welcome highly regarded professionals in their respective field. Speakers include: