We made it! Our amazing staff and volunteers reconnected with each other and their government and community sector colleagues, while being inspired and energized to carry on the work for another year.
Many thanks to our excellent speakers, to our sponsors and supporters, to the caterers and hosts – George Town Council and George Town Neighbourhood House – for a fantastic few days.
Below are Powerpoints and or notes from some of the sessions at the conference.
- Quick tips for a happier healthier you, and
- Smarter, Faster, Cheaper, Better.
Participation in the conference, will also provide access to 16 week follow up – Outlook Bootcamp and regular newsletters with Quick Tips to support the application of what you learn in her sessions.
Steve Biddulph is one of the world’s best known parent educators. A psychologist for 25 years, he is now retired but continues to write and teach. His books, including The Secret of Happy Children, Raising Boys, The New Manhood and Raising Girls are in four million homes and 31 languages. They have influenced the way we look at childhood and especially the development of boys and men.
- The Online registration page is now closed.
- Please Download an individual paper registration form scan and send it to email@example.com
For Houses we have a new group booking form. There is a paper form that you can use to collect relevant information, and then an excel spreadsheet for you to put the information into for sending to NHT.
Costs (including GST)
Delegates Early Bird* Full
- House Staff and Volunteers Full Conference $110 $110
- House staff and volunteers day rate $55 $55
- Community sector and Government Full Conference $308 $352
- Community Sector and Government day rate $165 $176
- Conference dinner $55
*Early bird registrations close 31 August
Once we receive your registration, we’ll send you an invoice.
5 in 10 Presentations
5 slides in 10 minutes. Staff, members and volunteers in Neighbourhood Houses are doing fantastic things across Tasmania! It’s important that we share the great stories, success and failures that we have, so others can adapt projects to suit their local communities, and to avoid reinventing wheels. You have a lot of skills and experience, so why not share it?
(please note, these sessions are for programs and activities delivered in Houses or by House staff and volunteers.)
There are a variety of accommodation options in Georgetown and surrounds. Below is a list of some accommodation options provided by the Tamar Valley Tourism, along with some websites for searching. Some providers on the first list have offered discounts to people attending the conference, so please mention that you are attending the Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania conference and ask for a discount.
EXPO REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.