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The 9th annual National PPP Summit
11-12 June 2009, Brisbane
This national annual gathering represents the ideal opportunity to join leading industry thinkers from all corners of the PPP value chain; from the government to the financers, the planners to the builders, be part amongst those at the forefront of shaping the future of PPPs in Australia.
n exclusive International Keynote:
Charles Solomon, Chair, Team of Specialists for PPPs, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and Deputy Director General, Ministry of Transport,Israel (Charles will be appearing via video link), and key contributions from leading professionals in the PPP arena.
The Construction Property Services Industry Skills Council (CPSISC) - represents the workforce training and development needs of an extremely large and vitally important sector of the Australian economy – the Construction and Property Services Industries. So if you or your business design, build, maintain, manageor protect Australian property, CPSISC is your skills development agency. CPSISC’s 2009 Conference looks at what you need to successfully meet the needs of your industry for the future in terms of learning, recognition and skills development. The two-day conference will take place at Star City Casino, Sydney on 28 and 29 July 2009.
The IPWEA conference is held every two years. The theme for the 2009 conference is ‘Global Issues, Local Solutions - Delivering for the Next Generation’. Public Works engineers from around the world are at the forefront in dealing with such challenges as sustainable management of infrastructure, skills shortage and climate change. This gathering will present a real opportunity to pool knowledge and share experiences in these critical areas as well as present an opportunity to foster cultural exchange and friendships.
The 2009 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference will be held in Sydney. The conference provides a forum for the exchange of information about current and future road safety initiatives. It will bring together leading local and international road safety experts over three days of presentations, workshops and keynote addresses. In addition, the first Intelligent Speed Adaptation Conference, a one day event, will be held in conjunction with the national conference on 10 November 2009.