ARC NI invite you to submit a workshop proposal for a conference to be held on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th June 2020. As this conference is part of ARC NI’s 21st Birthday celebration, we wish to celebrate the past; the present; and the future.
The time machine is a science fiction novel, published in 1895 which has three key themes, namely:
The conference will be attended by approximately 125 stakeholders within the learning disability sector, including regulators; policy makers; providers; and people supported and aims to:
- highlight the progression achieved in the learning disability sector over the past 21 years
- showcase what current services and or support offer a person with a learning disability
- consider the future needs of people with a learning disability and their families and how we can best support them to lead a meaningful life.
If you are interested in facilitating a workshop of 1 hour is asked to forward a brief proposal on the form overleaf.
The workshop should:
a) address one of the below topics:
- Services / Support
b) state clearly how it will integrate one or more of ‘The Time Machine’ themes within the key messages namely:
Please note workshops will run on Day One only and last for 80 minutes.
Each workshop will receive one free day place at the conference.
Workshops should have no more than 3 facilitators.
CLOSING DATE FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSAL: 21 FEBRUARY 2020
To submit a proposals please click here to download the form.
Informal enquiries are welcomed by contacting Stephen Walker on 028 9038 0960; or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org