Celebrating Aged Care Forum

  • 6 Sep 2018
  • 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
  • NAB, 700 Bourke Street, Melbourne


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Celebrating Aged Care Forum and PSRAC Award Ceremony

The balance: taking care of the workforce too

Date: Thursday 6 September 2018

Time: Registration opens 9.30am | 10am-3.00pm

Location: Level 3, The Hall - NAB, 700 Bourke Street, Docklands

Program: Click Here

Tickets: $50pp

With a focus on residential aged care, the forum will bring together nurses, volunteers and health professionals from the aged care sector.

The program includes sector innovation snapshots, keynote presentations and networking opportunities as well as a comedy act and the public sector aged care award ceremony.

Confirmed speakers include:

Mark Bunn, leading expert on health and professional performance, former AFL footballer and best-selling author

Mark’s practical advice equips audiences to make positive work life changes that result in greater work success and a healthier, happier life. His audiences leave with the keys to higher energy, lower stress and better work-life balance.

Georgie Carroll, comedian and Celebrating Aged Care Ambassador

Georgie Carroll’s talent for bringing laughter to the lives of many has been enriched through her experience as a nurse. Her comedic style encompasses bluntness and charm, coupled with a razor-sharp wit makes her appealing to a wide and varied audience, particularly those working in the health sector.

Celebrating aged care award winners will be announced on the day, for further information on the finalists click here.

Venue Information:
Please note that it is located between Southern Cross Station and Etihad Stadium, just after the overpass.

Parking: Wilson Parking, 800 Bourke street, Docklands. $25 all day for entry  between 6-10am and must exit between 3-9pm. 

The Forum hall is located up the escalators when you first walk into 'The Hall', to your left.

For a bigger map of 700 Bourke St click here

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