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Australian Government - Department of Education and Training

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University of Canberra

Australian National University

Australian Catholic University

Canberra Institute of Technology

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Sunnyfield disAbility Services


Canberra Youth Residential Service

Register for the Pathways 13 Conference

Register now for the Pathways 13 Conference by clicking the button below.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have already created a sign in account either by "Registering Your Interest" or by "Submitting an Abstract" please use the same log in details and follow the instructions on the registration page.

Pathways 13 Conference Registration Fees

ATEND Member/Non Member Registration includes Wednesday to Friday

ATEND Member/Non Member Day Registration includes 1 day only - Wednesday, Thursday or Friday

Student Registration

The 2016 Conference registration fees are listed below.

Pathways RegistrationEarly Bird*Full*Late*
ATEND Member$895$995$1095
Non Member$995$1095$1195
Day Registration
ATEND Member Day$400$400$400
Non Member Day$475$475$475
Additional Social Functions
Welcome Reception$70
Networking Function$140

*Early Bird Registration fees are available up to Friday 21 October 2016.
*Full Registration fees are available from Saturday 22 October through until Thursday 10 November 2016.
*Late Registration fees are available from Friday 11 November 2016.

Conditions of Registration
Full payment MUST be received prior to the conference. Pathways 13 Conference registration cannot be confirmed until payment is received.

*Up to 30 days before the conference, registration cancellations will incur a $110.00 cancellation fee.
*Within 30 days of the conference there will be NO refunds for any registrations.

Pre Conference Workshop

Date: Tuesday 29 November 2016

Venues: Australian National University (ANU), University of Canberra (UC) and Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT).

Audience: All, Managers, Disability Advisors, Disability support staff and others interested in learning how Canberra Tertiary Institutes operate.

For the first time in Pathways history the pre conference workshop will be offered within the Canberra tertiary institution disability centres and will provide participants with a full day of visits to the Australian National University (ANU), University of Canberra (UC) and Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT).

Participants will travel by bus and visit both the Australian National University – Access & Inclusion Centre and the University of Canberra– Inclusion and Welfare centre for a first-hand experience of how these centres operate. The day will be broken up with a light lunch at the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) city campus. Morning and afternoon tea refreshments will be included at the universities. Transport to and from the sites will be included in the cost – full details will be supplied to registrants prior to the conference.

Places are limited and cannot be extended. The Pre-conference workshop is expected to be very popular - be quick to secure your place.

Australian National University
Participants will visit the Australian National University – Access & Inclusion Centre, a centre that provided supports for over 1260 students with disability in 2015. They will experience first-hand the work of the centre that includes support for students with disability as well as Special Projects undertaken within the centre. The Special Projects include support for Elite Athletes, Under18 International Students that the university has welfare responsibilities for, the ANU Ally Program, Equity Scholarships, Faith, and Outreach Homework Centres.

Access & Inclusion staff will host stations showcasing the work, processes, and procedures of the centre through interactive
experiences, demonstrations and discussion.

The stations will include:

A tour of the centre and other places of interest on campus will also be on the agenda including a visit to the Access & Inclusion - Disability Resource Room. Participants will have an opportunity to visit each station and gain practical strategies and tools that can be applied to their respective disability resource programs.

Canberra Institute of Technology
Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) is the only government provider of vocational education in the ACT and is spread across multiple locations. You will visit our city campus, CIT Reid, for a light lunch.

CIT has strong connection with industry and practical, hands-on courses. Students can choose from almost 400 courses ranging from certificates, traineeships and apprenticeships through to diplomas and degrees. To train the workforce of the future we offer authentic experiences for our students. Our business services at CIT Reid, which are open to the public, include a fine dining restaurant, café, simulated bar training area, hairdressing and beauty services and a travel agency. You will hear how we support students with disability in the training environment and we hope it will be possible to see some of our students at work.

University of Canberra
Participants will visit the University of Canberra; Inclusion & Welfare Service which provides support to over 900 students. Inclusion & Welfare provides support for students with disability and/or health conditions, general welfare support for all students, along with coordinating a range of specialist support programs including:

Participants will meet and network with the Inclusion & welfare team, take an ‘Access’ tour of the campus including the Library Assistive technology room, participate in a Q&A student experience session with UC students, learn more about disability awareness training for staff and participate in UC4 Yourself interactive speed networking showcasing the diverse range of services and supports in place for students.

Pre Conference Workshop

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