In the words of Winston Churchill: ‘There is nothing wrong with change, if it is in the right direction.’
With much of Australia experiencing lockdown, this convention transitioned to a fully virtual convention – using the Events Air platform – a 3D immersive experience, with real-time access to several in-person events, the chance to engage with live presentations during a Q&A and a variety of opportunities to network with other attendees, including one-on-one chats, meeting hubs and speed networking sessions. Click here to visit the convention website.
Celebrating a positive view of neurodiversity, recognising the strengths of difference in neurological development whilst also recognising the challenges and offering insights and strategies to improve lived experience.
Rotary Employment Day connects employers with students who are seeking a traineeship, apprenticeship, gap year employment or other employment at the end of the school year. Students have pre-booked interviews with employers of interest for current job vacancies or potential future job vacancies.
The field of neurodevelopmental research has rapidly expanded our understanding of developmental disorders. The wide range of impacts on development requires multi-disciplined involvement in treatment. The next breakthrough will require a collaborative approach. In 2019, the first Australian-based Neurodevelopmental Conference offers the opportunity to expand networks across disciplines and bring world experts to Australia. Visit www.acnd.org.au for all the details.
INNOVATIVE workshops to INFORM and INSPIRE and provide TOOLS, TIPS and TICKS to diversify, grow and perhaps even export your amazing new food or beverage product! Facilitated by Hazel MacTavish-West.
Bringing together first class speakers in the field of rendering and delegates from around the world to Hobart in July 2019. Offering first class Trade Booth opportunities for companies to exhibit at the event to showcase their wares. www.arasymposium.com.au
National Convention of Churchill Fellows 2019 was hosted in Hobart in April 2019 – t his special event provided attendees with the chance to connect with Fellows from around Australia whilst gaining a unique and enlightening perspective of Hobart and Tasmania through the work of the local cohort of inspiring Fellowship recipients. Featuring Winston Churchill’s grandson Hon. Jeremy Soames as keynote speaker, amongst over 35 local and international presenters. “THE best convention yet!”
Congratulations to Karin Koch on the development of Pooseum, a science museum dedicated entirely to the intriguing world of animal waste. Karin has researched world-wide and developed an incredible and fascinating educational museum, including a state-of-the-art interactive display, for all ages.
For more information visit www.pooseum.com.au
A one-of-a-kind experience on which Tassie is building it’s reputation in the international tourism market.
Rotary Employment Day connects employers with students who are seeking a traineeship, apprenticeship, gap year employment or other employment at the end of 2018 or in 2019. Students have pre-booked interviews with employers of interest for current job vacancies or potential future job vacancies.
The employment day was held on Tuesday 25 September at the Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston.
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