ADSA are scheduled and ready for take-off

  • 2 Aug 2021

The ADSA Members Conference incorporating the 2021 Annual General Meeting is on the runway and scheduled for take-off. It is taking place at the RAF Museum, Cosford, on 11th November 2021.

It will be an enjoyable day of professional development and networking, with a variety of activities, seminars and breakout sessions. There will also be a celebrity guest. 


The conference is based around the theme ‘Flying High – Dare to Dream’. It will include lunch and a tour of the museum on a very poignant date – Remembrance Day.

For the first time, the event will also be live streamed to allow greater numbers to attend. This makes it more accessible for those who would have to travel long distances.

Places at the museum will be strictly limited, so ADSA members should register their interest. They can do this by contacting Rachel on 01827 216136 or via email [email protected] as soon as possible.

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