Our Facility and Property Management Conference has been developed for those with responsibility for all aspects of facility and property management throughout local government in NSW. This event provides an opportunity to exchange ideas and create best practice process for the facility and property management professionals within local government. 

This year we will be covering:

  • Better Waste Management
  • Commercial Lease Management
  • Legislative Compliance
  • Property Leasing Policies and Frameworks
  • Transforming our Buildings for Wellbeing
  • Procurement in Facility and Property Management


Reasons you can't afford to miss Facility and Property Management Conference

  • Two days of educational sessions designed to challenge your thinking and develop your skills
  • Insights into managing the facilities at your council more effectively and efficiently
  • Expand your professional network
  • Learn about what's ahead for facility and property design and management  
  • 80 percent of surveyed attendees from last year's conference rated the conference as excellent or higher
  • 100 percent of surveyed attendees said they will be attending the conference in 2019

DATES:

Wednesday 1 May - Thursday 2 May 2019

VENUE:

Rydges Parramatta
116 - 118 James Ruse Drive, Rosehill NSW

The early bird rates have been extended to this Friday, 5 April 2019! 


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We will be covering a range of topics influencing facility and property management now and into the future.

  • Find out about the latest and greatest in building design, construction and fit out.
  • Find out what energy saving techniques and services are being implemented across a range of facilities to ensure greater cost efficiency.
  • Learn new and innovative management practices which enable improved practices in sustainability.

Professional Development Workshop

We will also include a two-hour workshop for delegates on ‘Building High Performance Teams’. 

 As people are the most valuable and expensive asset you have, hoping that they will perform well, while business and customer needs shift around them, can create an ordinary or underperforming team culture. To develop a high performing team, we need to understand the elements that need to be present, so that people can perform at their best and thrive in their role. Whether you are leading remote team members, part time staff or newly combined teams, this course will help participants clarify behavioural expectations and identify key skills for performance improvement. The workshop will be conducted by Gavin Carnegie, forward to working through challenges and opportunities with you to support and develop your teams.

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