Events

In Control Scotland delivers a broad range of events and activities which are open to providers, health and social care partnerships, carers, parents and people who access support.

Our events allow participants to explore areas such as understanding self directed support, getting to grips with support planning, demystifying  outcomes and person centred approaches to risk.  We also organise and facilitate regular national and regional network meetings

Some of our events are available only to people linked to member authorities and organisations; others are open to anyone.  Click on the event you are interested in attending on the calendar below for more details.


Erasmus Skills Workshops – 23rd January 2020

We will be running a couple of workshops at the House for an Art Lover in Glasgow on 23rd January 2020.

Dr Simon Duffy, Director of the Centre for Welfare Reform will be sharing international experience and learning about self-directed support and discussing the recent paper ‘If it’s so good why is it so hard’, which was produced as part of the transnational Skills project and Keith Etherington and John Dalrymple will be running an afternoon workshop using some of the resources developed so far by the ‘Skills’ project, including the workbook for frontline workers: Supporting Citizenship.  For further information and to book a place click here.

Sharing Practice, Finding Solutions Workshops – 28th & 29th January 2020

This workshop will be running in Edinburgh on 28th January and also in Glasgow on 29th January and is an opportunity for practitioners in both statutory and voluntary sector services as well as family members to come together to hear and discuss challenges they have and continue to face in making self-directed support a reality for all children and young people receiving social care support.  For further information and to book a place on either workshop click here


All of our events require a booking form to be completed, you can download a copy of our events booking form by clicking on the image:

 


 

Share