100% subsidy available for those working in Reef catchments
The APEN Conference, held biennially, is an international meeting for rural and community advisory practitioners, researchers, and academics who combine the best extension research and practice from developing and developed countries. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to share knowledge, learn new skills and improve extension.
On 12-13 September 2019, Darwin will play host to our conference for the very first time. Opening a pathway for South-East Asia practitioners, researchers, and academics to network and liaise with Australian and New Zealand extension professionals. The conference will focus on Extending Horizons: Extension’s role in climate, rural industry, and community challenges.
There will be two optional pre-conference workshops on 11 September from 10am to 4pm: Fearless Facilitation and Great Group Dynamics and Communication Skills for All Professionals. You can register for these workshops without attending the conference. Details of the workshops can be viewed here.
The registration cost of $699 inc GST members or $799 non-members is able to be reimbursed for those delivering extension services in the Reef catchments. A maximum of 10 people will be subsidised with a maximum of one person per organisation, with preference given to early-career professionals.
As subsidies are limited, if you’re depending on one to be able to attend, apply first for the subsidy approval using the Reef extension T&D database and once you’ve received your approval email, register and pay for the conference.
For all the details, visit https://aapevents.eventsair.com/2019apen/.