Learning and events
We support ongoing learning and the exchange of knowledge and good practice in a wide range of ways and offer an excellent programme of seminars, conferences and events throughout the year.
CELCIS and sector events
Participation Network Event 13 March 2023Townhead Village Hall, 60 Saint Mungo Avenue Glasgow G4 0PL
A CELCIS Emerging Insights Series: Protecting Children and the Power of Voice in the Search for Justice:
CELCIS Webinars – Recordings
CELCIS regularly produces online webinars which discuss many topics concerning the care and protection of children and young people and reflect practice and policy in Scotland and beyond. We have free, captioned recordings of these events that can be downloaded and watched online.
SIRCC 2022 Online
The two day event focused on the importance of creating the scaffolding for the workforce in realising The Promise. Together, we explored how this can be achieved in the everyday when caring for children and young people.
SIRCC 2021 Online
The two day SIRCC 2021 online event focused on 'the workforce', and you will find here views from a wide range of young people, practitioners, managers, and others who have views about how the workforce can deliver The Promise in residential child care, what makes a great residential care manager and interviews with authors who have written articles for the Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care.
SIRCC 2020 Online
Take a look at all the content from the first online SIRCC, bringing together everyone with an interest in residential child care in Scotland.
Education Conference 2019 highlights
All the highlights and presentations from the conference which focused on positive educational journeys for children and young people with care experience.
SCLC Conference 2019 highlights
A focused look at home, connection and felt security from the Scottish Care Leavers’ Covenant Conference.
CELCIS Annual Lecture 2019
Watch the recording and presentation from Professor Robbie Gilligan‘s guest lecture on ‘Powering up the potential of care experienced young people: the role of education, work and adult expectations’.