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Registration is now open for the Scotland’s third annual Fair Access Conference for managers, practitioners and policy makers working in colleges and universities, schools, local authorities, Community Learning and Development (CLD).

The main themes for this year’s conference are mental health and gender-based violence, with focused workshops on carers, care-experienced students, veterans, disabled students, and estranged students, as well as an introduction to Scotland’s Community of Access and Participation Practitioners (SCAPP).

Keynote speakers will include Richard Lochhead, Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science, and Fiona Drouet, founder of the #emilytest campaign.

Hosted by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC), Scotland’s Fair Access Conference is a national event focused on progress in widening access to further and higher education is a good-practice sharing event with a choice of workshops, exhibition stalls and networking opportunities.

The event is free but anyone wishing to attend must register on our website by noon on Tuesday 18 June 2019. Register or view the Event Programme.