skip to main content
Accessibility help

Children in Scotland's Annual Conference 2018: why to get involved

There are many reasons why organisations get involved in the children’s sector’s annual conference, including the opportunities to: 

Raise your profile

With more than 500 attendees and leading speakers from approximately 150 organisations, as well as social media promotion to our 16k followers, this is an opportunity to increase awareness of your organisation and its work to the sector.

Engage with the sector

The variety of the programme and broad spread of delegates make this conference and its large number of workshops, discussion sessions and networking opportunities a unique event to truly promote, share, discuss and gain vital feedback on your work.

Shape the agenda

Every year we receive significantly more requests than we are able to accommodate from individuals and organisations who wish to run workshops. This is the only way to guarantee your place in the programme, ensure your project, priorities and/or organisation are at the forefront of everyone’s minds and gain valuable feedback about them from the wider children’s sector.

Strengthen the sector – and support your staff

As the flagship CPD event of the year for the sector, this is an invaluable opportunity for you to contribute to the development of skills and knowledge for its workforce. This of course includes your own staff, as you will receive a number of two-day passes for them to attend.

Click here to visit the main Annual Conference webpage

Annual Conference 2018: Day one

Explore the programme for the first day of the event

Click here

Children in Scotland's Annual Conference 2018

Find out everything you need to know about this year's event

Find out more

Last year's event

Take a look at some of the activity from our 2017 annual conference

Take a look

Annual Conference 2018: Day two

Explore the programme for the second day of the event

Click here

Sponsorship and exhibition

There are a number of ways to be involved in the conference

Find out more