With less than two weeks to go, our team are excited to soon be welcoming you at the AGPAL and QIP 2016 Conference. Taking place at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 26 to 28 May, this is a must-attend event for your 2016 calendar.
With a conference program encompassing so much more than just accreditation, you’ll find yourself involved in a dynamic environment for fact-finding, learning, and connecting with like-minded quality-focused peers and presenters. The program is hands-on and interactive, equipping you with knowledge, strategies, skills and insights, supporting you to improve your organisation and to develop both professionally and personally.
Take the time to browse through our website as there’s plenty to discover; learn about our jam-packed conference program, become acquainted with our key note speakers and industry experts, get excited about our social events, be introduced to our sponsors and exhibitors and be sure to secure your registration to our AGPAL and QIP 2016 Conference.
Be sure to secure your attendance at this 2016 industry event!
Demonstrate your organisation’s commitment to supporting the health, community and human services industries in Australia by becoming one of our exclusive conference sponsors.
With limited exhibition spots available ensure your organisation secures the opportunity to engage in valuable discussions with delegates in interactive and social environments.
Secure your registration to our 2016 Conference which has so much more than just accreditation on the agenda! Guaranteed to be a dynamic place for fact-finding, learning, engaging and connecting with like-minded quality-focused peers and presenters, be sure to register today!
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Don't just take our word for it though, read what your peers have said about our conferences in the past:
It is a great chance to network and access some new thinking.
The conference was full of interesting topics and updates relevant to my field. I was impressed that the speakers and program provided many transferable skills which I was able to take back and share with my practice team to improve processes and continue to embed quality.
The topics and discussion groups were very useful and provided me with relevant tips and insights for application within my community care role. I also enjoyed the diverse range of presenters and found their information to be very relevant to today’s way of providing care.