Governance Conference 2024
Our Governance Conference will be heading to voco St David's Hotel and Spa this March.
The event will bring together housing association members, sector experts and partners for two days of discussions, panels, and networking on March 19 and 20.
Set against the backdrop of Cardiff Bay, the conference will provide a space where sector leaders can reflect, share ideas, and consider the challenges ahead this year.
What's it all about?
This year's conference will encourage leaders to discuss how housing associations can live their core purpose in 2024.
It will invite housing association members to consider how leadership, underpinned by effective governance systems and culture, can help to drive positive change across their organisations, and make the biggest difference for tenants and their communities.
Our conference will provide valuable time and space for people working across the Welsh sector, along with their partners, to discuss their solutions to shared challenges, and explore opportunities which could benefit housing associations and the vital services they provide.
Is it CPD certified?
Our Governance Conference is now CPD certified, and delegates who attend will be able to record their attendance as CPD hours and points.
Being CPD certified underlines our commitment to creating and providing enriching learning opportunities for delegates, and sharing best practice from across the sector.
Those who attend will be provided with a certificate, which will contribute to their continued professional development.
Who should attend?
Our Governance Conference is attended by a diverse audience of housing leaders including housing association chief executives, chairs, and board members, alongside sector partners, and related organisations.
Who's speaking at the conference?
Our keynote speakers confirmed so far for this year include:
- Darren Burns, diversity and inclusion director, Timpson Group
- Helen Barnard, director of policy research and impact, Trussell Trust
- Claer Barrett, journalist and Consumer Editor, Financial Times