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Our Conference

Our Professional Development Conference is usually held in March each year, either face to face or virtually for 2-3 days.

Professional Development Conference 2022

  1. *UPDATE* NZIEH Professional Development Conference will now be held virtually on 13-14 April 2022.
    Due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, the National Executive met this week and made the tough decision to cancel the face to face Professional Development Conference in Invercargill 23-25 March 2022.
    More details coming soon!

    Registrations are due to open on 13 December 2021.

    Registration fees for the 2022 Professional Development Conference:
    Registration fees include access for one member to the virtual platform for the full 2 day conference.  No day concession rates are available for the 2022 Conference.  Member rates include all membership levels: Full, Associate and Student.

    Registration fees overview: Early Bird (13 December 2021 - 28 February 2022)
    Early-bird Member: $219 
    Early-bird Non-member: $259
    Early-bird Group rate (5+ people) $199

    Registration fees overview: Non-Early Bird (1 March 2022 until 12 April 2022) 
    Member: $259
    Non-member: $299
    Group rate (5+ people) $229

    *All prices are Exclusive of GST*

    Draft Programme

    A draft programme is still being confirmed, however we are pleased to announce the following speakers will feature at the 2022 event:

    1. New Zealand Food Safety - various presentations
    Safe Food Pro - insight into the App
    Jon Styles - Styles Group noise & acoustics - noise case study
    Coeliac New Zealand
    Massey University - various presentations
    Sue Reynolds, Hamilton City Council - Sanitiser study
    Ana Da Cunha - Thames-Coromandel District Council - Ruminating thoughts
    Tanya Morrison - Dunedin City Council - 'Rooster-gate': Lessons learned from Environment Court
    The Ministry for the Environment
    AUT University
    Karen Perry - Safe Food Services - workshop
    Tom Dyer - Dunedin City Council - Lead in water case study

    * The above listed speakers are subject to change.  Further speakers will be added to this list and the draft programme as they are confirmed *