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.
This workshop will raise your awareness of pornography as it relates to young people, sex and relationships and increase your understanding around what you can do to counteract the negative influences of pornography. read more
This workshop will focus on how to support young people to consider risk. Using a range of tools to will develop your confidence to help young people to identify and assess risk and know where to go for support. read more
This workshop will explore how to mentor young people.
There will be a discussion around tools to work with young people to develop confidence, identify goals and build experiences and skills to achieve them. read more
safeTALK teaches community members to recognise people with thoughts of suicide and to connect them to suicide intervention resources. read more
ASIST is a two-day workshop where you can learn first aid skills to help someone else who may be at risk of suicide. It is a 2-day intensive, interactive and practice-dominated course aimed at enabling people to spot the risk of suicide and provide immediate help to persons at risk. read more
Taking place on Wednesday March 27, a free information event is being held for professionals, people, families and carers affected by all types if acquired brain injury and head injury. read more
SCVO are hosting their annua free third sector event in the UK. With more than 50 events over two days, there is something for everyone. read more
The Association of Chief Officers of Scottish Voluntary Organisation (ACOSVO) has launched its 2019 programme of support. read more
This event celebrates the bravery, determination and ambitions of Scotland’s disable people by showcasing inspirational work by young disabled groups. It also offers insight into Scotland’s business community to make meaningful changes and aims to offer each of the 275 invitees the opportunity of viewing accessibility through a new lens read more