The Scottish Sensory and Equality Conference & Awards 2019 is just around the corner.
The awards are a product of joint working by Disability Equality Scotland, SCOVI and deafScotland.
It’s on Friday 15 March 2019 in Glasgow at DoubleTree By Hilton Glasgow Central.
Theme is #CommunicationForAll.
Simon Pitts, STV Chief Executive will be the keynote speaker on the day. There will be a number of workshops for to attend at the conference included in the conference ticket price.
Also in the evening will be the Scottish Sensory and Equality Awards 2019. This will be a celebration of achievement and good practice across sensory loss and disability.
Existing members of deafScotland can take advantage of discounted prices and if you become an associate member of deafscotland for £5.00 (to end of March 2019), you can save up to £15.00 on the cost of your conference and/or awards tickets.
For tickets and more information on the conference and awards, please click the link below:
There are some sponsorship packages available for the conference and awards. Additionally there are very limited market stall spaces available.
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