2024 Conference – EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION IS OPEN

Our highly anticipated 2024 Conference is just around the corner and early bird registrations are now open.

Following the resounding success of last years Awards Dinner and Conference held in Canberra, we’re thrilled to announce that this year’s conference promises to be bigger, better, and more inspiring than ever before.

Picture this: Managers, trainers, mentors, and support staff from Australia’s S-EA providers, alongside esteemed colleagues and guest speakers from the Department and small business sector, all gathered under one roof.

The atmosphere buzzing with excitement and anticipation as we come together to catch up, share perspectives, experiences, and plans for the future development of the S-EA program.

The 2024 Conference is set to be an event you won’t want to miss!

 

KEY DETAILS 

  • When: 9 & 10 September  2024
  • Where: Stamford Grand, Glenelg (Adelaide)

 

TICKET INFORMATION

  • Members – Early bird price – $495   (Standard price after August 5 – $595)
  • Non-member – Early bird price – $595  (Standard price after August 5 – $695)

 

HOTEL INFORMATION

Please note there is a limited number of hotel rooms available at the conference venue, the Stamford Grand, Glenelg.

Conference attendees will enjoy a discounted rate for hotel bookings for the 9th and 10th September. Please mention the ‘National Self-Employment Conference’ when booking.

For more details on accommodation visit:  https://bit.ly/NSEA-SGA

 

REGISTER TODAY FOR EARLY BIRD PRICING

To register for the Annual Conference please complete the following registration form.

Note payment is not required at the time of registration. After completing the registration form you will be sent an invoice for your conference ticket.    

REGISTER NOW

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