Conferences & Training (external providers)


CONFERENCES

Australian Early Development Census National Conference 
Call for abstracts now open. More


15th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference
What Matters Most to Families in the 21st Century?
Call for abstracts now open. More


2018 Early Childhood Conference
Be the Difference for Children and Families
Call for abstracts now open. More


Doing School Differently
Youth+ and Berry Street Childhood Institute

Call for abstracts now open. More


STOP Domestic Violence Conference
Melbourne: 4-6 December. More


1st Asia Pacific Safe & Together Model Conference
Melbourne: 7-8 February 2018. Save the Date!
Berry Street Childhood Institute. More


Australian and New Zealand Addiction Conference
Gold Coast: 28-30 May 2018. More


25th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development
Gold Coast, QLD: 15-19 July 2018. More


ISPCAN XXII International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect
Prague, Czech Republic. 2-5 September 2018
Abstract submissions open 1 December 2017: More


Global Evidence and Implementation Summit 2018
Melbourne: 22-24 October 2018
Registration now open. More


EVENTS & TRAINING

Thinking differently about play – Dr Wendy Russell National Tour
November. Play Australia: More

2017 Annual ANU Reconciliation Lecture
Peter Yu to deliver Reconciliation, Treaty Making and Nation Building
Canberra: 1 December
National Centre for Indigenous Studies, ANU: More


Yarning Up On Trauma – 5 day course
Melbourne: 4-8 December
Berry Street Childhood Institute: More


See Me: Children & Young People’s Experiences of Family Violence
Melbourne: 7 December
Berry Street Childhood Institute and Youth Affairs Council Victoria. More


Mindfulness Workshop: The practice, the benefits and the neuroscience
Melbourne: 7 December
Turning Point: More


Generation Next Student Wellbeing & Leadership Programs. More


Kids Matter Early Childhood Training Calendar
Australian early childhood mental health initiative: More


SAFE from the START National Training
The SFTS training is designed to provide workers from various disciplines with the tools to make a positive difference in the lives of children who experience violence.
Enquiries to Nell Kuilenburg: Email


Child Australia Professional Development Calendar
Online courses that underpin and compliment the latest research, learning, and development for educators, families and children. More


Centre for Community Child Health Training Calendar
The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne: More


Australian Institute of Social Relations Workforce Development
As the RTO of Relationships Australia South Australia, AISR will tailor programs to meet the needs of individuals, work teams and whole organisations.
Nationally recognised qualifications enrolling now: More
Short Courses: More


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