Trade Shows & Conferences in Sydney, Australia

Working to Recovery Roadshow Public Meeting

Date: 29-Apr-15 to 29-Apr-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
There has been a slight change in the date 29th April to the 6th May when Ron Coleman and Karen Taylor will be in Australia delivering training on an innovative one/three-day course looks both at the theory and practice of exploring, working with and talking to voices, using the techniques developed by Professor Marius Romme, Dr Sandra Escher Dr Micheal White and further developed by Ron Coleman Dr Rufus May, Dr Eleanor Longden & Dr Dirk Corstens. Much of the learning on day two and day three of the course has come from the practice developed by Ron Coleman and Karen Taylor in the recovery houses in Scotland and Italy The course will enable practitioners, families and voice-hearers to understand the theory behind the techniques and the ability and confidence to use these new ways of ...

Protecting Children & Youth Online 2015

Date: 28-Apr-15 to 30-Apr-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
As the prevalence of cyberbullying increases, the range and severity of online safety issues are growing vastly. Managing cybersafety has significantly increased the workload for teachers and schools are searching for time and cost efficient ways to take a consistent approach to addressing this rapidly growing challenge. This conference will give schools the expertise to share and repurpose existing on and offline resources to design robust and evidenced based school policies and programs both school and youth led. Are you searching for innovative ways to instil digital responsibility and manage online safety within your school? This conference will address: - Where and how cybersafety is supported in the curriculum - How to translate online safety policies into practice - ...

Naturally Good - The Natural & Organic Products Expo

Date: 03-May-15 to 04-May-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
Naturally Good Expo is the only trade event in Australia dedicated to the natural, healthy and organic products industry. It’s the destination to discover what’s hot, next and new in everything from food and beverages to supplements and natural remedies to beauty and home living products. Featuring thousands of products, outstanding education, industry networking and social events, it’s the must attend event for anyone who buys, sells or recommends natural and organic products.

So You Want to Change the World

Date: 06-May-15 to 08-May-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
The forum will bring together experts (by experience and by profession) from the Kansas Consumer Advisory Council for Adult Mental Health Inc. together with others from across NSW. Presenters will showcase latest international research, about Trauma Informed Care and innovative programs for improving the ways mental health services could be delivered in NSW to improve the experience of people who have had Adverse Childhood Experiences. The forum will ask us to reflect, to listen and to work towards a healthier future for all people coming into contact with services who have had Adverse Childhood Experiences in NSW. Gary Parker Kansas Consumer Advisory Council for Adult Mental Health Executive Director Ron Coleman Working to Recovery Partner Koleen ...

PrintEx 15

Date: 13-May-15 to 15-May-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
With print and communications becoming more competitive than ever, businesses are constantly seeking process improvements to enhance efficiency and boost profitability. PrintEx allows you to source the latest products and services across all industry sectors, in one place at one time. > Expand your service offering to drive customer engagement > Enhance efficiency and boost profitability > Discover new revenue streams and sustainable solutions > Integrate print with cross-media and e-business > Exchange ideas on critical industry issues

Organisational Capability in the NDIS

Date: 25-May-15 to 27-May-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
This conference will show you how to ensure your organisation remains sustainable in the NDIS. It will do this through presentations from leading experts, organisations with trial site experience and organisations making good progress in the transition. People with disability are encouraged to attend. We have plenty of free passes available for people with disability, families & carers. To apply, please contact Lindsey Eifler at the lindsey.eifler@criterionconferences.com

Research Facilities Design and Development

Date: 26-May-15 to 28-May-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
Research facilities require special features and considerations when it comes to architecture, construction, engineering, operation and sustainability. Organisations are actively seeking to attract more sponsorship and revenue through world-leading research. In order to achieve this objective the design, construction, operation and the maintenance of compliant, state of the art research facilities is critical. Are you ready to discover new methods for designing, planning and adapting research facilities? Are you looking for further opportunities for cost saving? Then join us next May as we discuss first-hand accounts of HOW to meet the latest design guidelines and thinking, and ensure effective safety and risk control measures are in place. We tackle HOW to maximise cost savings with ...

Improving STEM Education & Skills

Date: 26-May-15 to 28-May-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
Last year the Chief Scientist of Australia, Professor Ian Chubb published ‘Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: Australia’s Future’ where he emphasised the need to ‘build a stronger more competitive Australia’. Since then the Abbott government have committed $12million in funding to improve focus on STEM across schools, also setting up the Commonwealth Science Council. But how is this being delivered on the ground in schools and universities across the country?

Innovative Models for Clinical Placements

Date: 26-May-15 to 28-May-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
In the face of higher education and health reforms it is becoming increasingly difficult to source and sustain quality clinical placements. Overcoming barriers to generate capacity in contemporary settings has become a challenge for clinical placement providers across Australia. Key stakeholders from government, higher education, health and accreditation need to collaborate more effectively to ensure capacity grows and quality improves. However when future funding is uncertain it is more crucial than ever to ensure program sustainability is ingrained in the planning and implementation of each placement model. How are you planning to leverage existing funding and resources to extend program longevity and embed sustainability in your model for clinical placements? This ...

World Resources Forum Asia Pacific 2015

Date: 01-Jun-15 to 02-Jun-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
Wealth from Waste: Resource Productivity and Innovations Be part of seeing how future technology, innovative business models and policies can harness new value from resources, unlock prosperity and conquer the waste challenge. The World Resources Forum (WRF) is the global science-based platform for sharing knowledge about the economic, political, social and environmental implications of global resource use. WRF promotes innovation for resource productivity by building bridges between policymakers, researchers, business leaders, entrepreneurs, NGOs and civil society. Join us in Sydney for the inaugural World Resources Forum Asia-Pacific1-2 June 2015, co-hosted by the Institute for Sustainable Futures at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) and by SMaRT@UNSW, followed by the ...