Conferences in Australia

DCD Converged Australia 2015

Date: 03-Aug-15 to 04-Aug-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
DCD Converged Australia returns for its 6th year with an agenda of cutting edge topics and high-profile speakers focusing on the dynamic growth of cloud, IT and data centers(DCs) as business drivers and the convergence of technologies that makes this possible. Investment in IT systems and DCs continues to grow in the Australia market, with recent announcements of upcoming projects, consolidations and launches. As cloud computing becomes more mainstream with organizations migrating their mission-critical applications to the cloud, expect also to see a shift in IT systems and the evolving role of DCs within the business prompted by greater needs for scalable processing, networking, storage and best practice data governance. Over 2 days, 5 focused industry tracks of panels, end-user ...

The Inaugural National Policing Summit

Date: 04-Aug-15 to 05-Aug-15
Location: Australia
As the nature of crime becomes increasingly complex and sophisticated, it is important to have solid policy and foundations in place to support 21st century law enforcement. For effective policy, legislation and procedures to be successfully implemented, there must be strong co-operation and dialogue between police and industry to support officers on the front line in the face of adversity and the constantly changing dynamic with the general public. The conference will be a high level policy-driven summit that will examine key policy areas, specifically: police reform, police ethics & conduct, privacy and surveillance, counter-terrorism, drugs and alcohol, domestic violence and many more. The event will hear from police ministers, commissioners, police officials, strategic analysts, ...

The Inaugural K-12 National Curriculum Conference

Date: 04-Jul-15 to 05-Aug-15
Location: Australia
Informa Australia is delighted to announce the Inaugural K-12 National Curriculum Conference bringing together some of the leading thinkers on curriculum design and development with schools and educators from across Australia, to discuss innovation in curriculum development and design. It considers how effectively the curriculum reflects the stated goals of the Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians for a curriculum that "will enable students to understand the spiritual, moral and aesthetic dimensions of life." This program is set against the backdrop of the national review and the key recommendations while examining state perspectives and schools practice. The conference considers the mission and values that underpin the Australian schools curricula. ...

The 7th Annual Operating Theatre Management Conference

Date: 03-Aug-15 to 05-Aug-15
Location: Australia
We'd like to thank the speakers, attendees, supporting associations, sponsors and exhibitors who contributed to the success of the 6th Annual Operating Theatre Management Conference in August 2014. Focusing on strategies for implementing the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards and the importance of communication to improve patient safety and clinical practice, the two day conference brought together operating room management and perioperative professionals to review current initiatives across the country. Discussions highlighted infection control, communication in clinical handover, operating theatre efficiency and redesign, scope of practice, delegation and supervision of staff, and various other topics aligning to the national standards.

Computational Chemical Biology Conference 2015

Date: 06-Aug-15 to 09-Aug-15
Location: Cairns / Australia
The 1st Zing Computational Chemical Biology conference will bring together scientists to discuss multidisciplinary research that leverages computer simulation to address key questions crossing the physical sciences-life sciences/biomedical interface. In particular, the conference will feature sessions focusing on the development and application of novel and state-of-the-art computational tools and technology for solving major problems in the life and biomedical sciences. Topics will include advances in molecular dynamics simulation of enzymes; computational approaches to studying the interaction of drugs, drug transporters and signaling enzymes with lipid membranes; simulation of protein-protein interaction and multi-protein complex enzymatic systems; computational study of signaling ...

Social Media Engagement in Tertiary Education

Date: 10-Aug-15 to 14-Aug-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
Strategies to engage staff & students With an increasingly competitive market, how can institutions create and implement an ongoing social media strategy which helps them engage with students? How can they differentiate themselves from other institutions, through great content, the utilisation of emerging platforms and through genuine engagement with prospective students? These are the questions that this masterclass will help you address. It will look at successful engagement, not just through the lens of how to engage students with your brand but how you get staff engaged in your social media journey. It will examine how you can break silos to have a more integrated social media strategy and get buy-in from the top to make social media a driving force for student recruitment ...

Civil Treatment for Leaders Shepparton

Date: 13-Aug-15 to 14-Aug-15
Location: Australia
Is your workplace as civil, inclusive and productive as possible?  Make It Matter, Make It Simple, and Make It Stick®. MK&A are happy to announce that we are delivering our new program Civil Treatment for Leaders. Treatment® for Leaders (Civil Treatment for Leaders—CTL) provides your leaders with the skills and insights they need to achieve positive business results and engage employees in ways that inspire their best work. Rather than focusing on the law exclusively, Civil Treatment for Leaders focuses on a wide range of behaviours to offer a comprehensive learning solution based on realistic business simulations to spark new insights for your leaders in how “doing what we’ve always done” is affecting results in ways they may not have considered. With simple and sustainable ...

Civil Treatment for Leaders Shepparton

Date: 14-Aug-15 to 15-Aug-15
Location: Australia
Is your workplace as civil, inclusive and productive as possible?  Make It Matter, Make It Simple, and Make It Stick®. MK&A are happy to announce that we are delivering our new program Civil Treatment for Leaders. Treatment® for Leaders (Civil Treatment for Leaders—CTL) provides your leaders with the skills and insights they need to achieve positive business results and engage employees in ways that inspire their best work. Rather than focusing on the law exclusively, Civil Treatment for Leaders focuses on a wide range of behaviours to offer a comprehensive learning solution based on realistic business simulations to spark new insights for your leaders in how “doing what we’ve always done” is affecting results in ways they may not have considered. With simple and sustainable ...

India Day 2015

Date: 15-Aug-15 to 16-Aug-15
Location: Australia
India Day Experience an Indian cultural and culinary extravaganza at the Werribee Race course on 15 August. Every year Indians celebrate 15 Augustas Independence Day. The day is observed to commemorate India's independence from the British Empire on 15 August 1947. This year, Festivals of South Asia Inc will host celebrations at the Race course in all its pomp and glory. From Flag hoisting to Australian-Indian friendship parade, the event will have cultural, musical and culinary delights from 11 AM to 9 PM. This is your chance to witness a journey into India's rich cultural heritage. The day will feature amusement rides, camel ride for kids, pottery workshop, bollywood dancing and much more. For More Details Contact Hari Yellina: contact@festivalsofsouthasia.org.au, 0439 32 32 32 ...

South Asian Food Festival

Date: 15-Aug-15 to 16-Aug-15
Location: Australia
South Asian / Indian Food Festival Indian food is much more than butter chicken and kormas. It's more than tandoor and rotis. For the first time ever, Victoria will witness a festival celebrating India's rich culinary heritage. This is your chance to go on a journey into the history of Indian and South Asian food. Following the success of a massive Holi Fest organised by Festivals of South Asia Inc, Indian Food Festival is a new journey by Victoria's reputed event organisers. The event will host spice markets, culinary classes, Indian sweet and savoury delights, kebabs, momos and other interesting Indian food items. At the live culinary classes, you can learn how to make a dosa, try out your favourite curry and learn about the beer and wine that's most suitable for the Indian palate. So ...