Upcoming events

    • 24 Jul 2018
    • 26 Jul 2018
    • Rydges Parramatta

    For more information click here


    • 06 Sep 2018
    • 07 Sep 2018
    • Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, 21 Mounts Bay Rd, Perth, WA

    The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience will host the inaugural Australian Disaster Resilience Conference (ADRC) in Perth, Western Australia, from 6-7 September 2018. This conference will bring together local government, communities, NGOs, not-for-profits, research organisations, education partners and the private sector to share thinking and practice around disaster resilience. 

    The rise of resilience: From the individual to the global
    Enhancing recovery by supporting community resilience

    Presentations for this conference will consider;   

    • disaster resilience strategy and policy
    • new directions in resilience thinking
    • education for young people
    • animals in disasters
    • measuring and assessing disaster resilience
    • community recovery
    • innovative case studies that demonstrate disaster resilience in practice.

    For any enquiries, contact Greg TaylorAIDR Events Coordinator.

    • 17 Sep 2018
    • 19 Sep 2018
    • Auckland

    The New Zealand Companion Animal Council's the 27th Companion Animal Conference, is to be held in Auckland, New Zealand from 17th to 19th of September 2018.

    The theme of the 2018 conference is ‘Human Behaviour Change for Animals’.

    Why? Because if we do not understand why humans do the things they do, and what drives them to change, we will never be effective at making the world a better place for animals. To change human behaviour we must understand the attitudes and beliefs that motivate human behaviour in relation to animals and provide solutions to develop more compassionate behaviour towards animals.

    Click here to find out more and to book your tickets.

    • 17 Oct 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 19 Oct 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley

    Evolutionary Animal Management is this year's theme!

    Come along and find out where legislation is at around the country and what the impacts of various laws has had on our top issues in the industry.

    Does desexing legislation work to reduce pet overpopulation?

    What are the main causes of dog aggression and how can they be managed?

    How can Councils better invest in their communities for better outcomes?

    The Institute’s workshop planning team is finalising the two day animal management Workshop program and Training Day for 17-19th October 2018 in New South Wales.

    Themes which will also be included in this year's program;

    • Research
    • Planning and initiatives
    • Legislation updates
    • Human psychology and behaviour
    • Companion animal psychology and behaviour
    • Stakeholder and industry relationships
    • Major incidents
    • AMOs on the Ground (don't forget to submit your abstract by 1/7/18)      


    Accommodation is available on site at the Crowne Plaza, Hunter Valley;

    Guests wishing to book by phone should call through to In-House Reservations on 02 4991 0970 during business hours, Monday-Friday.

    Please quote booking code "Australian Institute of Animal Management Conference"





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