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AIAM Workshops 2018

17-19 October 2018

Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley

430 Wine Country Drive, Lovedale NSW

Call for abstracts

The AIAM Committee is currently inviting abstracts for presentation at the upcoming AIAM Workshops.

The event theme is "Evolutionary Animal Management"

Session themes will include (but not limited to);

  • Research
  • Planning and initiatives
  • Legislation updates
  • Human psychology and behaviour
  • Companion animal psychology and behaviour
  • Stakeholder and industry relationships
  • Major incidents 

To find out more about submitting an abstract, follow the link here.

The closing date for abstract submission is 1 July 2018. 

Trade Exhibition and Sponsorship

Local Government Animal Management Officers (AMOs) throughout Australia are engaged daily in community animal control and regulation work. Their job is to maximize community health, safety and amenity by minimizing the negative social, environmental and financial impacts of inappropriately managed animals. The provision of community animal control and regulatory services is an important and often difficult task.

The annual AIAM workshop is the Institute’s flagship activity. The workshop is a milestone event in each calendar year for the sharing of innovative ideas and for the support of all people engaged in animal control and regulation in Australia.

We invite organisations and businesses involved in animal management to participate in our trade exhibition. There are different options available for participants with a special animal transport showcase a highlight of this year's workshop.

A cocktail function will be held in the main trade area this year which will provide both delegates and exhibitors a great opportunity to network.

Fill in our online application or download the Fact Sheet and Application Form and email it to Elke Tapley, AIAM President.

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