QUEST, the UK quality scheme for sport and leisure, and the National Benchmarking Service have announced plans to take the Quest/NBS conference to Scotland for the first time later this year.
On Thursday October 24 at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena, the Quest/NBS Scottish conference will offer leisure managers in Scotland the opportunity to learn more about recent changes to the Quest scheme, find out about benchmarking, learn what it takes to get the coveted ‘excellent’ band and network with their peers.
Guest speakers will include Andrew Kelly from Sport Scotland and Kieron Vango, chief executive of Inverclyde Leisure, who will be speaking on the business benefits of Quest.
Aberdeen Sports Village will also be sharing their experience of achieving Quest Excellence and being Flame award winners, and there will be an update by ukactive’s CEO David Stalker.
Places can be booked for the conference via the Quest/NBS website.
Go backPosted on 22nd August 2013