Events

Human rights and equality laws: for disability advocates

2Jun

Date and time: Thu 2nd Jun, 2022, 10am - 12pm

Venue: Face to face or live on Zoom Session 2 June 9th Session 3 June 16

Cost: Free but booking is essential

This practical course builds the skills of disability advocates in using human rights and equal opportunity laws to effect meaningful change. The course develops understanding of rights and confidence in using and applying the law to uphold these rights. Training includes 3 x 2 hour sessions a week apart. Start dates listed below. Suitable for … Continued

2022 National Conference: The Accessibility Awakening

9Jun

Date and time: Thu 9th Jun, 2022, 9am - 5pm

Venue: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and Virtual

Learn what is happening globally and locally. Connect with a powerful network of business leaders, diversity and inclusion practitioners, human resource professionals, industry experts and influencers from the public, private and for-purpose sectors. The 2022 conference agenda looks at how the era of change we’ve experienced through COVID has brought a whole new understanding to … Continued

Where to from here – the National conference on the future of the NDIS

15Jun

Date and time: Wed 15th Jun, 2022,

Venue: Online

Cost: Range of pricing available

The NDIS event you don’t want to miss.  Three weeks after the election, decision makers and leading journalists will investigate NDIS directions, the risks to provider viability and opportunities for change What to expect: NDIS Stocktake – Unpacking the intent, trends, data and markets Scheme Sustainability – Analysing the social & economic costs and returns … Continued

8th National Brain Injury Conference

28Jun

Date and time: Tue 28th Jun, 2022,

Venue: University of Sydney Camperdown NSW

Cost: see registration for details

Brain Injury Australia’s annual Conference has become one of the premier learning and development events on the disability calendar – driving improvements in services and supports for people living with a brain injury, their families and carers. As with all previous Conferences, the voice of people with lived experience of brain injury willl be at the centre … Continued