20th November, 08.45 doors open for drinks on arrival 09.30 conference start fee includes coffee breaks, 2 course lunch all paperwork etc. with a 16.30 finish.
Craig Smart from the Fire Service will be giving us a talk on how the fire service deal with road collisions and the aftermath that entails, Alan Kerr from the Guide dog trainers will give us their take on changes within the highway code and the effect it has on the blind. Chris Howes DVSA Head of Training & Policy will speak to us about changes within the agency and what the future holds for us all, Chris will be accompanied by another DVSA staff member and will be taking questions from the floor, one of our very own Fiona McMeekin will give us an insight into Drive Mobility and how those with disabilities train for their driving tests and the one and only Peter Harvey MBE will give us the latest changes and updates within our industry.
As always, we will have stands from various companies offering services/items to you, tea/coffee/biscuits/cakes when you arrive and at breaks, lunch as part of your ticket also and the chance to meet up with many instructors from all over Scotland some of which you may not have seen since last year’s event. The doors open at 08.45am with conference starting at 09.30am, in the same venue as last year.
The Castlecary House Hotel is located just of the M80, on Castlecary Road. G68 0HD.
Purchase tickets by calling 01787 221020 or via the website shop here: https://msagb.com/shop/