Registrations now open. It's all about change.
APSwide conferences will be held in every Australian capital city plus Townsville between 1 August and 31 October.
|Hobart||Thursday, 1 August||click here to register|
|Canberra||Friday, 9 August||click here to register|
|Townsville||Thursday, 29 August||click here to register|
|Darwin||Tuesday, 3 September||click here to register|
|Sydney||Thursday, 19 September||click here to register|
|Adelaide||Thursday, 26 September||click here to register|
|Melbourne||Thursday, 10 October||click here to register|
|Brisbane||Thursday, 17 October||click here to register|
|Perth||Thursday, 31 October||click here to register|
What is it about?
The world is changing at a rate never seen before. From advancements in technology, to new ways of working and delivering training, almost everything is undergoing frequent and ongoing change.
The 2019 APSwide conference series is all about change. Hear from APS leaders about specific changes on the horizon, including an update on the APS Review. Speakers from outside the APS will also share their perspective on change and speak about local challenges and initiatives.
Explore these and other topics in your choice of interactive workshop. Each one will be practical with takeaways you can apply in your workplace. You’ll also have several opportunities to network with colleagues across the APS throughout the day.
Detailed event programs will be available soon.
Who is it for?
The APSwide conference series is open to APS at all levels.
What can attendees expect?
Come to APSwide to:
- hear from speakers on change and issues of local relevance
- increase your understanding of current issues impacting the APS
- develop your professional skills
- take part in practical and interactive workshops
- focus on local challenges and initiatives
- develop your professional networks.
How much does it cost?
The cost is $670 (incl GST) per person to be paid by credit card at the time of registering. Please follow your agency’s procedure for engaging in professional development.
Want more information?
Please contact the APSC Events Team at events [at] apsc.gov.au or 02 6202 3916.
The APSwide conference series is supported by the Australian Government Leadership Networks and the NT Com Club in Darwin.