About the Conference
This year’s SFHA Communications Conference will explore a range of subjects, relevant to communications staff, through plenary and workshop sessions led by expert speakers.
Delegates can choose between two workshops in each block, with one aimed at beginner level, for those whose role includes communications as part of a wider remit, and the other aimed at a more advanced level, for those whose job role is focussed on communications.
Benefits of Attending
The conference will allow you to learn more about subjects that are relevant to your work as well as network with other communications professionals.
Is this Conference for You?
The conference is for communications professionals or those with an interest in communications. It is particularly relevant to staff working in the social housing, third, and public sectors.
Date & Venue
This year’s conference is taking place on 24 March at the City Halls in Glasgow. The venue is located in the city centre and is within walking distance of all transport links.
Costs & How to Book
Day delegate rates start at £229 for SFHA members and £319 for non members. To book your place, please use the 'Book Now' button at the top of this page.
Member Price £229
Non-member Price £319
Third Sector Lab
Rosie McIntosh is Head of Content at Third Sector Lab, supporting non-profit organisations to develop and implement effective communications strategies.Read More
She has over a decade of experience in strategic communications and has held senior roles in Scottish charities and public bodies including the Mental Welfare Commission, Oxfam and ENABLE Scotland. She is Chair of Outside the Box and manages mental health charity Mind Waves.
Alison is a multi award winning communicator with 20 years experience in senior PR roles. She established Catalyst Communications in 2012, and offers a bespoke strategic PR service to a range of local and national clients.Read More
A CIPR Accredited Practitioner and Fellow, Alison delivers regular training for the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and has run communications workshops for SHA in the past.
She has a wealth of practical crisis communications experience, notably as the first on-call press responder to the terror attack on Glasgow Airport and the person responsible for delivering the airport’s internal and external communication from the crisis room that day.