AWCIC Annual Conference 2018


AWCIC Annual Conference 2018

The 7th Annual All Wales Continuous Improvement Community Conference is being held on the 22nd November 2018. In May this year the All Wales Continuous Improvement Community returned to Margam Park for the 2018 annual awards and we are pleased to announce this year’s conference is returning to the All Nations Centre in Cardiff

Take this opportunity to network and meet others from across the CI community in Wales and beyond and hear how colleagues in Scotland are inspiring communities to collaborate, improving Public services. Engage with others to explore what Transformation is and listen to some keynote speakers who will share their experiences.

This year's theme is:

Transforming Public Services – Communities, Collaboration & Continuous Improvement

More and more public service organisations are recognising that significant changes in the way we deliver services are needed. Ensuring sustainable services that reliably meet the expectations of service users now and in the future will require different levels of thinking, Transformation seems to be the approach that more and more organisations want to take. However, many organisations struggle with what transformation is and how it is delivered, this conference aims to give delegates the opportunity to explore transformation and how communities that collaborate around common goals using Continuous Improvement techniques to work out the solutions.

Along with the keynote speakers there will be the chance to hear from this year’s winners of the AWCIC awards and presentations/workshops covering a variety of topics. With the networking opportunities you will be able to grow your personal connections as well creating networks that will make a difference.

With over 200 attendees and good feedback we feel that last year’s event was a success for the community. The last three conferences have been enhanced through the introduction of a small fee, which has enabled the conferences to be the success that they were, with that in mind it is important that we retain the fee. The good news is that there will be no change in the fee and the conference will be once again £75. This year there is also discount for group booking with 5 tickets for £300 or 10 for £525.