We are delighted to announce that NCASC 2020 will take place online between 4 – 6 November. This will be the first ever virtual NCASC – although sadly we cannot come together in person, we are embracing our new ways of working and bringing to you a range of virtual webinars delivered by prominent figures in the adult, children and education sectors, including ministers. As usual, the event will provide excellent opportunities to learn and share best practice with colleagues across central and local government.
2020 has brought unprecedented change and challenges across the globe – as always local government has risen to the challenges it has faced and has ensured that those who use the services we provide, including the most vulnerable in our society, continue to receive the support they deserve.
A series of webinars will take place over the 3 days providing a mixture of keynote, sub-plenary and panel sessions, all of which you can enjoy from the comfort of your desk – wherever that is currently situated. We hope as a result of the conference being online that more colleagues than ever will be able to come together to share and learn with us.
Delegate places cost just £100+VAT per person for the entire event. This flat fee gives delegates access to all sessions across all 3 days.
Thank you for your continued interest in, and support of, the National Children and Adult Services Conference.
The National Children and Adult Services Conference is a vital annual event for councillors, directors, senior officers, directors of public health, policy makers and service managers, and any individuals or organisations with responsibilities for children and adults services in the statutory, voluntary and private sector.
The conference is the annual opportunity for those with an interest in social care, children’s services, education, health and related fields to network with peers and hear the very latest thinking on key policy and improvement agendas.
The event is aimed at all those from local and central government, voluntary organisations and the private sector with an interest in the provision of effective services for children, young people, their families and vulnerable adults, including health, social care and education.