Australian & New Zealand Search and Rescue Conference

By on 15 September, 2015

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The 2016 Australian & New Zealand Search and Rescue Conference will be held at the Jupiters Hotel, Gold Coast on the 1 June 2016.

The conference aims to tackle the issues and challenges in search and rescue and continue the support of professional development in new training, techniques and requirements.

The Program will be designed to challenge, demonstrate and encourage discussion on all areas of Search and Rescue. Topics will cover a range of issues from water and land SAR to air and mining rescue.

The conference allows the chance for all organisations and SAR workers to come together to continue understanding from others experiences and encounters.

There is currently a call for abstracts that will remain open until 8 February 2016.

On the two days before the Conference begins, the Australian & New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference will also be taking place at Jupiters Gold Coast between 30-31 May 2016. The two Conferences have come together to form a partnership by aligning the dates of the events, offering the two industries the most significant Conferences on the 2016 calendar.

The two events offer an extensive program incorporating over 120 industry speakers, an all-encompassing exhibition and networking opportunities across the 3 days.

Special discount rates are being offered to those that wish to attend both conferences.

 

Name: Australian & New Zealand Search and Rescue Conference

Time: 09:00 AM to 17:00 PM

Date: 1 June 2016

Venue: Jupiters Hotel & Casino

Address: Gold Coast Hwy & Hooker Blvd, Broadbeach QLD 4218

Cost: $600.00 ($500.00 early bird available until 18 April 2016)

Event Website: http://www.vision6.com.au/ch/11035/2w45d8w/2128649/c37566bry.html

 

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