Tuesday 3rd August 2021
SSS Conference | Hosts Required!
Want to play a part in one of our headline events of the year? We are looking for institutions to host our SSS Conference! Find out more and register your interest here!
Fancy being a part of one of the biggest events in the SSS calendar? We are on the lookout for one of our member institutions to host SSS Conference in June 2022.
The SSS Conference brings together the student sport community for two days of celebration, learning and networking. The 2021 event was successfully held over ZOOM, but as we move out of the pandemic we are looking to hold the next SSS Conference in person!
We are looking to work with two separate member institutions to begin planning for the 2022 and 2023 events.
As a host, you have a unique opportunity to showcase sport at your institution and welcome friends of the SSS network onto your campus. The aim of SSS Conference is to share best practice, facilitate learning opportunities and allow members of the SSS family to come together to chat, socialise and celebrate the previous year achievements.
Highlights from SSS Conference 2021 include a thought-provoking keynote from Professor Damian Hughes, a deep-dive into the sportscotland Changing Lives approach, and fascinating interviews with Hannah Rankin and Craig Burn. Read the round-up of the 2021 SSS Conference!
As well as educational and development sessions, the Conference also provides a great opportunity to socialise and get active with colleagues from across Scotland. Morning runs, UV Volleyball and active challenges are just a few of the sporting activities that we have run in previous conferences – giving participants the opportunity to get to know other attendees in a relaxed, friendly environment!
Our traditional SSS Awards Dinner takes place during the SSS Conference, this social event gives attendees the chance to socialise with one another and celebrate the best of student sport with the SSS Awards ceremony!
If you have any questions or queries please contact Neil Rankin.BACK TO LIST