The Society hosts a number of educational events each year as well as networking get-togethers. The Educational events offered by the society include our Annual Breakfast, Patrons Lunch, Twilight Seminars and Advocacy in the Commission courses.
Education events, for example, adopt a relevant theme each year and present a range of viewpoints from experts in the field. Similiarily, our Advocacy for Employment Relations Professionals course provides novice advocates an opportunity to learn directly from the Commissioners – an excellent educational opportunity for little cost!
All IR and HR professionals are welcome to attend Society events. As events are open to both non-members as well as members, please note in the details under each event the discounted registration for current IRSQ members.
The IRSQ Calendar of Events for 2016 can be viewed below. Scroll down to the heading OTHER EVENTS for details of other, non IRSQ IR and HR related events.
For all TERMS & CONDITIONS related to the payment of events, please refer to this LINK
Once details of IRSQ events have been finalised, a registration form / flyer will be available to dowload under the relevant event title. Stay tuned to The IR Advocate for more details of our upcoming events.
Non IRSQ events that may be of interest to IR and HR professionals will be posted here when available. Please see below for details of upcoming events and opportunities.
The Centre regularly hosts seminars on industrial relations and workplace topics. Persons interested in receiving notifications of upcoming seminars are invited to register their details via the WOW website: http://www.griffith.edu.au/business-government/centre-work-organisation-wellbeing/contact-us/keep-me-updated
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