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Empowerment & Success Conference 2017

August 24, 2017 at 4:16 PM

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REGISTER HERE: http://empowerment.nz/register/

Kia ora koutou katoa

You are invited to conference with the New zealand Council of Christian Social Services and Community Networks Aotearoa to celebrate the huge value provided by NGOs to their communities, and to the families and whanau they work with. In times of change we need to recognise and hold onto this value, we should consider the huge changes we face as a sector and we must begin to plan positive pathways to the future.

The EMPOWERMENT & SUCCESS conference is timed to support you to gain a deeper understanding of all of these factors as we move into the term of the next government.  This conference will provide essential support as you plan for the future of your organisation. It is a must go conference for NGO/Community organisation governence, management and practitioners. It will also support government agency, local body and DHB staff understand the value of the organisations they contract and better see the complexity of their operating environments.

The Conference features :

  • 7 National and International Keynote Speakers
  • 6 Informative, interactive workshops (2 more workshops wre to be confirmed)
  • 1 Panel discussion
  • Many opportunities to network with other NGOs and community organisations
  • An enternaining opportunity for deeper networking at the Confrence Dinner

For more information go to the Conference website here: http://empowerment.nz/
This is a reasonably priced conference designed to support support NGOs and Community Organisations to be better informed and more able to promote their own value, to better understand the wide range of changes occuring in the operating environment and to better plan the way forward.

REGISTER HERE: http://empowerment.nz/register/
Regsitration Prices:
Early bird specials (before 13 October)
Full conference + dinner  - $440 : Full conference - $390 : One Day $205 : Dinner only $70
Full registration (after 13 October)
Full conference + dinner  - $500 : Full conference - $450 : One Day $240 : Dinner only $70
Note: prices are GST-exclusive
REGISTER HERE: http://empowerment.nz/register/

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR SMALL ORGANISATIONS
We have a special sponsorship from JR McKenzie Trust to enable 10 small organisations who would otherwise struggle to attend this conference.
Small organisations are invited to apply for a sponsored registration.
There will be 5 registrations available to members of NZCCSS and 5 registrations available to members of C.N.A.
All application must be made by September 15th.  Decisions will be made by a blind draw in the last week of September.
Please send an application by clicking on this link.



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