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Finance and HR Annual Conference 2019

Thursday 30 and Friday 31 May 2019

Day One 1200-2300
Day Two 0900-1245

Event Details
Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club
EH27 8EB


Full Conference (including dinner and accommodation) £250
Full Conference (excluding dinner and accommodation) £190
Day One only £95
Day One and Dinner £135
Day Two only £95
Accommodation only £89
Dinner only £40
Please note that the fee is non-refundable unless cancellation is made in writing up to five working days prior to the event.
Who should attend

Anyone with an interest in or who works within the College Finance or HR Professions.


‘Working Smarter Together’

The first Finance and HR Annual Conference is this year due to be held at the Dalmahoy Hotel and Country Club on Thursday 30 and Friday 31 May 2019. The event provides an opportunity for delegates to informally network with colleagues from across Scotland as well as a number of sponsor organisations.

Many public sector organisations are turning towards smarter ways of working to address the challenges faced through rapidly changing technologies and the growing pressures on finances. Some workplaces are looking at how to improve the environments that their people work in and the systems they use, leading to better productivity, increased efficiencies and improved services. This conference will bring together the Finance and HR networks from across Scotland to review and showcase what can be done to enable change through smarter working, digital innovations and shifting cultures.

This year’s conference will bring together finance and human resource professionals from across Scotland and hopefully give them time to reflect on the past year and to remind them that they are not alone in addressing the challenges faced by the FE sector. So far this year we have a number of main sponsors including The Tribal Group, Zurich Municipal and MK Business Psychology along with a number of other sponsors. The event will include a number of workshops where you can hear about the latest developments from a number of organisations.