ITPRF Conferences and News
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- New Zealand Vocational Education and Training Research Forum 2011
27 and 28 April 2011
Rutherford House, Victoria University,
Wellington, New Zealand
The New Zealand Vocational Education and Training Research Forum is New Zealand’s largest event dedicated specifically to research on aspects of Vocational Education and Training. Over the last eight years the forum has brought together people from across education, government and industry sectors - researchers, academics, postgraduate students, industry training organisations, industry and employee groups, and government agencies.
- Health Research Council http://www.hrc.govt.nz/root/News/Conferences%20and%20Events/Conference_Listings.html
- International Conference Alert http://www.conferencealerts.com/
- New Zealand Association for Research in Education http://www.nzare.org.nz/conferences.html
- TKI ICT Calendar http://www.tki.org.nz/e/community/ict/calendar.php
- Sport and Recreation Conferences http://www.nzrecreation.org.nz/default.aspx?action=prodev.home
http://www.beehive.govt.nz/ Latest govt press releases
- Access Tourism Conference Website http://nztri.aut.ac.nz/accesstourismconference/index.html
The first New Zealand Conference on accessible tourism, travel, and hospitality for people with disabilities and seniors will be held on 4 October 2010.
This one day conference is organized by the New Zealand Tourism Research Institute, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland New Zealand. It will examine various aspects of tourism for people, with disabilities and seniors. A neglected sector in New Zealand, tourism for the disabled is predicted to become of major importance worldwide as Baby Boomers age and begin to experience increased disability. Access Tourism is the fastest growing sector overseas as people with disabilities take advantage of increasingly accessible international tourism products. In New Zealand, our most important domestic and international visitor segment already comprises those who are 45 years old or older and it is predicted that the age of tourists will increase worldwide over the next several decades. New Zealand must prepare for the needs of this market if it is to benefit from it. The conference will be opened by the Honourable Tariana Turia, Minister for Disabilities Issues.
- Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) - 2010 Conference ARMS website: http://www.researchadmin.org.au/
22-24 September, Fremantle, Perth Themes:
-Developing approaches to support international research opportunities
-Building effective relationships between research managers and researchers
-Creating and sustaining links across sectors, including university, industry etc.
2009 Conference Presentations: http://www.arms2009.org/parallel.html and http://www.arms2009.org/plenary.html