SA-NT Chapter Conference: 24-25 August, Adelaide
Adelaide, SA 5000
|Members Full Conference||$ 359.00 + $ 35.90 GST|
|Members 1 Day||$ 227.00 + $ 22.70 GST|
|Non-Members Full Conference||$ 541.00 + $ 54.10 GST|
|Non-Members 1 Day||$ 336.00 + $ 33.60 GST|
|Organisational or Conference Sponsor||$ 0.00 + $ 0.00 GST|
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The Shape of Things to Come will be two full days where professionals share their experience and knowledge across the Educate Plus pillars of Development and Advancement.
This conference has been designed to appeal to the experienced practitioner as well as newcomers to the world of education advancement, ready to learn from the best in the industry. With this in mind and In line with the theme, we have challenged our presenters to consider emerging trends, to look ahead, to make us think outside of conventions of our past.
During these two days you will be offered sessions in:
- Fundraising, backed with real experiences, advice and looking at new tools and techniques
- Marketing and Communications, covering branding, media, and advances in the digital space
- Admissions, looking ahead to what we need to know
- Alumni, to understand the changing profile and challenges of your graduate community
- Events, overviewing a successful case study of a significant anniversary.
Keynote speakers include Kate Thiele, Telstra Business Woman of the Year (2015) and one of the most experienced fundraisers in South Australia, and Scott Boocock, an innovative entrepreneur, author and media identity, set to make you think outside the square.
Kate is the CEO and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, having previously been the CEO of Guide Dogs SA/NT, a s position she held for seven years. Honoured with three Telstra Women’s Business Awards in 2015, including being named as South Australian Business Woman of the Year, Kate is highly skilled in strategic leadership, governance, business development/transformation, and cultural change.
Kate’s extensive leadership experience includes boards and committees that span government, for-profit and no-for-profit organisations, as well as executive roles in health and manufacturing.
An accomplished corporate speaker, Kate is looking forward to sharing her inspiring stories with us as we prepare ourselves for the shape of things to come.
There will be excellent opportunities to network over breaks and at our Piper Aldermann cocktail function on Thursday evening.
We wish to sincerely thank our Conference Sponsors for their generous support...
We hope to see you there!
Peter Trenorden F.Edplus
SA-NT Chapter President