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WHAKAMANAWA Inspire - SSPA Conference 2018

August 10, 2018 at 9:03 AM

From the NZFVC

When: 29 - 30 October 2018.

Where: Pullman Hotel, Corner of Waterloo Quadrant and Princes Street, Auckland.

Organised by SSPA (Social Service Providers Aotearoa).

Cost: From $305 + gst for SSPA members (Early bird rate ends 31 August 2018). See website for other rates. Register now

Be inspired by new thinking and perspectives.

Taking leadership to the next level - hear some of the country's top performers talk about what's worked for them.

Co-designing for success - collaborate with leading government agencies on ways to improve social service delivery.

Having the right people in the right place - the workforce development project, a Careerforce / SSPA partnership.

Keynote speakers

  • Henare O'Keefe
  • Hon Tracey Martin, Minister for Children
  • Gráinne Moss, Chief Executive, Oranga Tamariki

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