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Australia, NI 2021 is presented by the Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH).

When: August 23 – September 1, 2021
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Enjoy a fun night out raising money for gynae cancer research

When: September 11, 2021
Where: Modbury, SA
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Given the current situation across the country with COVID-19, we have determined to deliver our 2021 Annual Professional Conference as a digital-only event to be held 22-23 September 2021 or watch on demand for 6 months until March 2022.

When: September 22, 2021 – March 31, 2022
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Red Faces 2021, Saturday 25th September 2021 from 6pm  in ‘The Top Room’ at the Arkaba Hotel in Fullarton, Adelaide, South Australia. Tickets  include meal & Goodies Bag with loads of prizes to be won!

When: September 25, 2021
Where: Fullarton, SA
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When: April 5 – August 17, 2022
Where: Ridleyton, SA
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This course deepens your understanding of our values, purpose and processes. It builds on the knowledge gained in the online course, focusing on the development of your skills and confidence to represent members and resolve issues in the workplace. It encourages you to build a positive and active union culture in your workplace. Knowledge and skills gained that are transferable to various settings, including: Law and ethics as they apply to Nurses, Midwives and Carers Representation... Details
When: May 24–26, 2022
Where: Ridleyton, SA
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This course commences with a report back in relation to the achievements and challenges you have faced in meeting your priorities. In this course you will build on your knowledge and skills and develop confidence to deal with more complex issues, consultation and negotiation in your workplace. There is also a focus on issues and advocacy that extend beyond a worksite and the role of unions in campaigning for changes to improve conditions and the health system. You will review and... Details
When: June 21–23, 2022
Where: Ridleyton, SA