FREE Indigenous Wellness & Well-being Conference

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Jeremy Donovan

Keynote Speaker u Presenter u Didgeridoo Player u Aboriginal Artist u Sacred Healing 

www.jeremydonovan.com.au

On Wednesday, 8 and Thursday, 9 April 2015, Family Planning Queensland – Rockhampton Education will be hosting a 2-day professional development and networking conference for Indigenous-focused organisations in the Rockhampton area. The Wellness and Well-being Conference* will be an opportunity to gain professional insight from keynote speaker, Jeremy Donovan who will present from 10am to 12pm on Wednesday, 8 April. Other local Indigenous-focused organisations will also be invited to present on the second day of the conference. These guest speakers will be confirmed closer to the date.

The conference is free to attend and it is not a prerequisite to attend both days.

If you are interested in attending the conference, please return your completed registration form (as attached) by Wednesday, 25 March. Please feel free to share this email with your network contacts.

As this conference is provided at no charge to participants, limited spaces are available. You will be contacted via email to confirm your place. If you miss out on a place, an opportunity exists to attend Jeremy Donovan’s session only. Alternatively, you can nominate to attend Jeremy’s session only.

Alana Richardson |  Acting Regional Education Coordinator

Family Planning Queensland – Rockhampton Education

P: (07) 4921 3655    E: Alana.Richardson@fpq.com.au

2015 Conference Registration Form

The 6th National Australian Men’s Shed Association Conference 2015

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Conference Name: 2015 Australian Men’s Shed Association 6th National Conference
Location: Newcastle, NSW
Date: 17 – 20 October 2015
Venue: Civic Precinct Newcastle
ThemeInnovation
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Description: This years’ theme “Innovation” will examine what sheds do on a day to day basis and focus on their future growth and development, whilst at the same time tackling the bigger picture issues such as the prevention of social isolation and engaging men within the community. Delegates will come from a broad spectrum of backgrounds, including “shedders”, shed coordinators, health and aged care professionals, educators and policy makers.

Indigenous Wellness and Well-being Conference

On Thursday, 13 and Friday, 14 March, Family Planning Queensland will be hosting a 2-day professional development / networking conference for Indigenous-focused organisations in the Rockhampton area including the Capricorn Coast. The Wellness and Well-being Conference* will be an opportunity to gain professional insight and training from guest speakers (agenda and guest speaker information attached).

The conference will be free to attend and it is not a prerequisite to attend both days.

If you would like to attend, please complete and return the attached registration form by Wednesday, 5 March 2014.

2014 Indigenous Wellness and Well-being Conference(1)

Family Planning Queensland – 2-day professional development / networking conference for Indigenous-focused organisations

On Thursday, 13 and Friday, 14 March, Family Planning Queensland will be hosting a 2-day professional development / networking conference for Indigenous-focused organisations in the Rockhampton LGA. The Wellness and Well-being Conference* will be an opportunity to gain professional insight and training from guest speakers. Guest speakers to be confirmed.

The conference will be free to attend and it is not a prerequisite to attend both days.

If you are interested in attending this conference, phone 4921 3655 and we will send out a registration form once the speakers have been confirmed.

Alana Richardson
Project Support Officer – Rockhampton Education
Family Planning Queensland
Phone: 07 4921 3655
www.fpq.com.au

Building Skills for the Future Conference – helping community based organisations build skills – FREE workshops – 16 June 2012

Rockhampton Regional Council working with Volunteering QLD and the Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland (ECCQ) will be providing FREE of charge workshops designed to help build skills for those that operate a community based organisation or who are thinking of forming a community based organisation.

The Building Skills for the Future Conference will be held on Saturday 16 June 2012 at the Gracemere Community Hall.

SESSION DETAILS:
Formal Registration – 9am
Welcome and Acknowledgements – 9.30am – 10am
Session One 10am – 12.30pm (participants choose which of these two workshops they wish to attend)
– Community Leadership, how to manage lead and promote a community based organisation
– Risk Management and Insurance
Session Two 1pm – 3.30pm (participants choose which of these two workshops they wish to attend)

– Securing funds for your organisation – how to write grants and fundraise
– Volunteer management training – how to recruit, retain, recognise and ensure safety of volunteers

Attendees will receive a FREE Community Capacity Building Toolkit which will contain all course notes and presentation material. Please note that an organisation can send more than one person to the conference.

Register you interest now to avoid disappointment. Places are limited.

Bookings:
By phone: Community Development – 4936 8569
By email: CommunityDevelopment@rrc.qld.gov.au
By mail: Simply print out the Expression of Interest Form and send to Rockhampton Regional Council, Community Development, PO Box 1860, Rockhampton QLD 4700
Conference information: Wade Clark: 4936 8577 | 0458 579 457

Building Skills for the Future Conference – Expression of interest Form
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Queensland Transgender, Sistergirl and Gender Diverse Conference Cairns August 2012


On behalf of the organising committee for the Queensland Transgender, Sistergirl and Gender Diverse Conference.

I would like to notify you of our conference. It will be held in tropical Cairns from 24-25 August at the Rydges Esplanade Hotel. The Conference aims to promote ‘Health and Wellbeing into the Future’ and is designed to be of interest to members of the transgender community, as well as to health professionals including medical practitioners, psychologists, nurses, speech pathologists, and other health workers.

Details are on our website at: www.transconference.org.au/index.html

DATES:

Mon 1 March Registration open
Mon 1 March Abstracts may be submitted, check webpage for details
Mon 7 May Abstract submission closed
Mon 6 August Registration closes
Fri 24 August Conference day one
Sat 25 August Conference day two
Sun 26 August Cairns Tropical Pride Fair Day www.cairnstropicalpride.com.au

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