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SA: What ails you? Discussion and Networking (In person 26 June 2024)

SA: What ails you? Discussion and Networking (In person 26 June 2024)

 SA Presentation 4

Date and time: Wednesday 26 June 2024, 5.30pm - 7.00pm ACST
Topic: What ails you? Discussion and Networking
Location: The Duke of Brunswick Hotel, 207 Gilbert Street Adelaide
Register online by: Tuesday 25 June 2024

Event Description: 

This is an opportunity to learn contribute and network.
We will start with three speakers each will have three minutes to present on a strategic issue for evaluation followed by facilitated discussion. You will then have an opportunity to raise matters of strategic importance to you and ask either the panel or any other participant to discuss – it could be a challenge or something that you want to share with your colleagues. We will then move into a mid-year networking event when over a drink and a nibble you can carry on the conversation.

We will be providing food, but ask that you pay for your own drinks. There is no charge to attend the event (other than paying for your drinks).

We look forward to meeting you at the event!

Presenter Details: 

The facilitators and panel members will be from the SA AES Regional Network Committee

This is a free event organised & hosted by the South Australian Regional Network of the AES. Our seminar series provides an opportunity for you to meet with AES members and others in the evaluation community and to share and learn from the experiences of fellow evaluators.

Event Information

Event Date 26 Jun 2024 5:30pm
Event End Date 26 Jun 2024 7:00pm
Cut Off Date 25 Jun 2024 4:00pm
Location The Duke of Brunswick Hotel
Categories South Australia

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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