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Multiples NZ National Training Forum 2019

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From Saturday, 19 October 2019 -  10:00
To Sunday, 20 October 2019 -  4:30

DATE: Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th of October 2019
VENUE:Brentwood Hotel, Kilbirnie, Wellington (venue of the 2018 National Training Forum)
TIMING: Saturday 10am – 4.30pm, Gala Dinner ~7pm
               Sunday   10am – 4.30pm
COSTS: $350 - This includes the cost of the workshop material for both days, all meals for both days (including a hot breakfast on Sunday morning and the Gala Dinner), shared accommodation for the Saturday evening (you can pay extra to have your own room). 


Kerri Tilby-Price - Exult LTD 
Because we found Kerri so inspiring last year we have invited her back for more. Fortunately for us she has committed to sailing back to New Zealand from Vanuatu to make sure our volunteers get first-class training. We have taken on feedback from 2018 and will ensure that this day is less rushed, more interactive and will delve deeper into those topics you wanted to hear more about - specifically funding and volunteer management.

Kerri is a Member of the Fundraising Institute of New Zealand and the New Zealand Association of Training and Development. She is also a MSD Approved Capability Mentor and regularly works with organisations one-on-one to help them to the next level. 

Feedback from Life Education Trust NZ sums up our hope for Saturday:
“Our community trust delegates were thrilled by your facilitating three sessions at our annual conference. I can not recall receiving so many complimentary comments on a conference presenter in my time with Life Education. You set the tone for some very interactive and constructive discussions on the issues before us as an organisation.” 

Our Celebratory evening out that gives us the opportunity to publicly acknowledge our fantastic volunteers

SUNDAY PROGRAMME -  All about Clubs!
Fantastic News - this day doesn't  kick off until 10am!

The Multiples NZ AGM is first up on Sunday and this year we will endeavour to keep it informative and to-the-point.

Following the formalities of the AGM, we will be filling the remainder of the day with a programme that can build on the  previous day's learning and apply it to our Club structure. Feedback from last year has been built into the programme for Sunday:

  • Networking Roundtable - We have committed more time to Club and Role networking - you'll have plenty of time to sit down with other Committee members and talk through some of the issues you're facing and identify possible solutions or strategies for resolution.
  • Looking at Multiples NZ and working through strategic projects in line with community need
  • Presentation about the current trends in Volunteering in New Zealand