Past events

We support the sharing of knowledge, information, latest thinking and good practice from right across the sector, and we do this through our programme of events and conferences. These pages are brimming with useful resources from our past events. 

Feature events

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From Act to Practice

We delivered 13 national training events to support strategic leaders, and those managing and working on the ground to help implement the significant changes to the new Children's Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011.

SuperGirl_Cropped.jpgSIRCC National Conference 2015

The only annual residential child care conference of it's kind in Scotland. Explore 'Steps to Success: Supporting quality transitions through and beyond residential child care'.


All past events

Practice Exchange Workshop: Children's journeys into permanence, using data to make a difference

Published: Friday 29 June 2018
The PACE (Permanence and Care Excellence) team at CELCIS hosted a Practice Exchange Workshop event on 19 June 2018 in Glasgow, where we welcomed over 60 delegates from across Scotland.

Child Protection Chief Officers’ Leadership Events

Published: Thursday 31 May 2018
As part of the current Child Protection Improvement Programme, the National Child Protection Leadership Group hosted an event for all Child Protection Chief Officers’ Groups and Chairpersons of Child Protection Committee…

International Children’s Rights Symposium

Published: Tuesday 23 January 2018
The International Children’s Rights Symposium took place in June 2017, and brought together those who are committed to shaping and promoting children’s rights.

Gathering PACE 2017

Published: Monday 4 December 2017
At our annual Gathering PACE (Permanence and Care Excellence) event on 16 November, we welcomed over 120 delegates from across Scotland. Gathering PACE is about sharing learning from all our PACE sites and giving oppo…

Adoption Task Force

Published: Friday 27 January 2017
A wide variety of adoption resources based on learning and experience of adoption practitioners.

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