JCI Scotland National Conference inc Senate Program
27 March – 29 March 2020
The full weekend ticket will include:
•Accommodation at the Sandman Hotel, our conference HQ (Based on double occupancy)
•Breakfast on the Saturday and Sunday Morning
•Entry to our Ten Outstanding Young People event, welcome drink and canapes
•Friday night dinner, drink and entertainment
•Lunch and coffee on Saturday
•Full day training on Saturday
•Gala ball ticket, welcome drink, 3 course meal and ½ bottle of wine
The cost £325pp this rate is based on double/twin occupancy.
Single occupancy available on request upon availability and will cost an additional £65 for the weekend.
Are you not able to make it to the whole weekend?
•Ten Outstanding Young People Event – Friday 5pm-7:30pm – £12
•Saturday all day ticket including Gala Dinner – £90
•Gala Dinner ticket only – £68
•Accommodation, on request
Senate Programme Registration Information
•Friday: arrival & registration at 4* Sandman Hotel
•Friday night: option to join JCI members at the University of Aberdeen for the national Ten Outstanding Young People awards, drinks & food (approx 20 mins walk from hotel. Transport can be organised – on request)
•Saturday morning: private, back-stage tour of His Majesty’s Theatre (5 mins walk from hotel)
•Lunch at HMT 1906 restaurant (2 courses + glass of wine included; other extras at own cost)
Afternoon: free time to visit the stunning new Aberdeen Art Gallery (no cost), go shopping, hit the pub, or support the JCI members by attending public speaking and debating competitions.
•Saturday 5pm – 6pm: Senate Bar in the Sandman Hotel (first 2 drinks included)
•Saturday evening – Gala Dinner & Awards at the Sandman Hotel
•Sunday morning – Senate brunch at the Sandman Hotel
To register click the link at the top of the page to take you to a form. Here you can fill out all the required information. After that, we will be in touch to let you know how to pay with your chosen payment method.
The Sandman Hotel
St Andrew St, Aberdeen AB25 1AD
This is where the bulk of the conference will take place. This stunning venue is in the heart of Aberdeen and is a close walk to shopping and transportation.
•Accommodation and hotel HQ
We will get together in Old Aberdeen. It’s a great place to explore the ancient history of Scotland’s oldest university, founded in 1495. Here will be host to the Friday night Ten Outstanding Young People awards, as well as a light dinner and the evening’s entertainment.
Car: The Sandman hotel is located in the city centre of Aberdeen. It is accessible by car but parking is limited and needs to be organised directly with the hotel in advance. There is parking available on the Old Aberdeen campus for the weekend at a cost of £2 for the two days and is a 15-20 minute walk from the Sandman hotel.
Train and Bus: Aberdeen is very accessible for public transportation. The train and bus stations in Aberdeen are attached to Union Square, a new and modern shopping centre in the heart of the city. At Union Square you will find access to a taxi rank and public transport. To take the bus to the venue, please get off at the Blackfriars street stop which the 10B, 12, 35, 37, 59, 220 305, 420, 420C, N37 and X37 will all take you to.
Plane: Aberdeen International airport is currently under renovation but should be almost complete by the time of conference. There is access to public transport and a taxi rank to bring you into Aberdeen. A taxi will be around £20 from the airport so please feel free to try to organise to share on our Facebook event. There are great connecting flights with London, Manchester, Southampton, Belfast, Amsterdam, Dublin, and many other European hub airports.
There will be a full training programme on Saturday 28 March. The day will be based around personal improvement, team working and how to be your best self and see yourself with your 20/20 vision. More information about the programme will be released in the lead up to the event.