Date: Thursday 14 July 2022
Time: 6:00pm (for 6:30pm Start) – 9:30pm
Venue: Milawa Hotel | 1591 Snow Road | Milawa VIC 3678
Join the Victorian Sub Branch and warm up winter at the Milawa Hotel. Milawa is set in the gourmet region of Victoria, surrounded with local wineries and cheese factories. Take the opportunity to connect and network with colleagues and industry associates over dinner and drinks.
6.00pm Arrival & Registration
6.30pm Welcome by Vic Sub Branch Chair | Adrian Bourke
6.45pm Presentation by Vic Sub Branch Major Sponsor | Delta Rent
7.30pm Guest Presenter | Tegan Smith, Principal | Groundwork Plus
9.30pm Event concludes
Guest Presenter: Tegan Smith | Changing Perceptions
Tegan's award winning presentation was delivered at the IQA National Conference in Newcastle in March and focuses on our industry’s narrative. We understand our industry, the way we operate and the materials we supply….our essential contribution to society. But how do those outside our industry perceive us? If we were to listen to their narrative of us, would it reflect our understanding? Would it resonate? If not, why not…. and what do we do about it.
With this paper, Tegan won the Caernarfon Award, after being adjudged to have contributed the most to the advancement of some aspect of the industry. Tegan is the first women to do so after being nominated by the IQA.
Tegan is a director at Groundwork Plus with 20 years' experience in the quarrying, land use and development sectors. She is also the founder of the IQA's Women in Quarrying network.
This event is kindly supported by
Is this Session for you?
All quarrying and extractive industry operators, suppliers and related services are welcome to attend.
This event is hosted by the Institute of Quarrying Victorian Sub-Branch for IQA Members and Non-Members.
Non Members/Guests: $95.00
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Dress: Neat Casual
For interested guests, overnight accommodation is available in the local area. We recommend you secure your accommodation early as winter is peak season for the region.
Registrations Close: Thursday 7th July, 2022 at 5:00pm
A special thanks to all of our Sponsors
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