Conferences in Australia


Date: 26-Dec-14 to 26-Dec-14
Location: Sydney / Australia
Bollywood Club proudly presents the ‘Boxing Day’ party on 26th December at BAR100, a stylish venue with a blend of culture, history, elegance and versatility. Ideal for those who appreciate an evening amidst luxurious surroundings, enjoying glimpses of the Sydney harbour and views of the iconic Sydney Opera House. Located in The Rocks and a short stroll from Sydney’s CBD, BAR100 is the perfect destination for a special night out. So make the most of this awesome day and super awesome venue by dressing up super stylish and chic. After all, the night will have music by DJ SPINZ & DJ SABY who will make sure you dance in a frenzy to the most-popular Bollywood numbers. So grab your General or VIP Tickets via Secret Password at the earliest to this exquisitely hot night. Table Bookings ...

ADM Congress 2015

Date: 09-Feb-15 to 10-Feb-15
Location: Australia
The 2015 Congress will focus on Effective partnering between defence and industry. It will examine the opportunities, issues and challenges facing Defence and Industry. Delegates will hear from political leaders, senior military officers, departmental officials, defence prime contractors, think tanks and industry experts. Now is an important time for defence industry, with major projects nearing completion and others ramping up. There is uncertainty surrounding some future capability and indeed the future direction that industry will take as a whole, with a number of areas up for discussion and decision in 2015.With a raft of important documentation due in 2015 - a new White Paper, First Principals Review, an updated Defence Capability Plan and Industry Policy - February 2015 is the ...

Chief Data Officer Aus/NZ

Date: 09-Feb-15 to 11-Feb-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
Introducing the Chief Data Officer Australia & New Zealand Leadership Forum Following the successful launch of the Chief Data Officer Leadership series this year, the CDO Australia & New Zealand Forum is visiting Sydney in February 2015 and will explore the role of the CDO in more detail than ever before, whilst addressing today’s most critical data management challenges. As analysts are forecasting the market for data quality tools in the APAC region to grow at a CAGR of over 20% up to the year 2018, and with Australia is one of the most advanced data centre services market in terms of size in the Asia Pacific region, the CDO Forum AUS/NZ is the meeting place for the regions leading data professionals. Benefits Of Attending The Chief Data Officer Australia & New ...

Transitioning to ICT as-a-service

Date: 10-Feb-15 to 12-Feb-15
Location: Sydney / Australia
Change is always a constant in IT circles, but never have the foundations of ICT service delivery been impacted as much than by the transition to an as-a-service ICT model. The time for talk has given way to a need for action and practical strategies to enable IT leaders and practitioners to commence their transitions to ICT as-a-service. But where do you start? This conference brings together the true innovators in public sector IT, who will be outlining their vision and practical insights that will help overcome the challenges associated with a transition to ICT as-a-service.

Improving STEM Education and Skills

Date: 10-Feb-15 to 12-Feb-15
Location: Melbourne / Australia
The Chief Scientist of Australia has highlighted the need for a co ordinated national approach to STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education to tackle the STEM skills shortage. Universities, schools and businesses need to be strengthening and increasing collaboration to improve STEM education and training. A crucial priority is how we can change the system to ensure that we are producing graduates that meet the needs of employers.

Communications & Engagement for Capital Works Projects

Date: 10-Feb-15 to 12-Feb-15
Location: Brisbane / Australia
As the mining boom ends, the pressure is on infrastructure projects to be the next driver of national economic growth. Across Australia, major infrastructure and local capital works projects are moving forward with commitment from the 2014 federal budget. However, capital projects must satisfy intense scrutiny; from the planning and approvals process, right through to delivery. Bringing together over $16 billion worth of Local, State and Private Sector projects; this conference will examine the unique challenges and intricate relationships that project communicators must navigate, and how communication and engagement needs vary across the life of a project.

The Future of Learning in Higher Education Summit

Date: 15-Feb-15 to 17-Feb-15
Location: Australia
In addition to four targeted streams, there will be a Pecha Kucha session highlighting T&L “easy wins” – cost effective, simple-to-implement initiatives – and an interactive Knowledge Café to maximise the exchange of insights and experiences between delegates. There will be a particular focus on overcoming challenges in implementation, with case studies from a wide range of public and private institutions highlighting how insights from education research can be translated into workable real world initiatives – dealing with cultural, budgetary and logistical challenges along the way. PRESENTATIONS FROM: Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell, Vice Chancellor, University of Bath (1st in UK for Student Satisfaction) Professor Barney Glover, Vice Chancellor, University of Western ...

Measuring Social Outcomes & 2nd Annual Impact Measurement Awards

Date: 17-Feb-15 to 19-Feb-15
Location: Australia
With presentations coming from real practitioners (not only academics and consultants) this conference is your one-stop shop for practical guidance on progressing outcomes measurement. The conference includes the 2nd Annual Impact Measurement Awards, which are a chance to recognise and celebrate the significant progress that we’ve made so far.

6th Annual National Dementia Congress

Date: 18-Feb-15 to 20-Feb-15
Location: Australia
Focusing on ‘Making Dementia Care Transformation Happen Today’, the two day conference showcased exciting new cases studies and the latest innovations from across the whole dementia pathway, from diagnosis to end of life. Key highlights included the interactive roundtable session focused on high-achieving innovative projects that have been implemented in a range of dementia care settings, hands-on sessions with the latest assistive technologies and targeted sessions on risk reduction, societal inclusion, caregiver support and handling stigma.

K12 Cultural Innovation in Australian Schools Conference

Date: 22-Feb-15 to 24-Feb-15
Location: Australia
The 21st century school. For long we have talked about what this might be. Now we talk about how we make this happen. A school in which we prepare our students for an innovative, skills rich, creative 21st century future that as yet remains undefined. A school in which traditional classrooms disappear. A new breed of school where learning space is free flowing and infinite; where technology informs physical design, where a progressive school administrator and manager and an innovative and future thinking teacher are both clued in to the world in which their students must live and participate. Where learning is about inquiry and discovery; critical thinking and problem solving, communication and collaboration, creativity and innovation. And most of all about experience and doing. ...