Registrations are now open for the 2016 PSA Women’s Conference.
This year’s conference will be held on Tuesday, 13 and Wednesday, 14 September at PSA House, 160 Clarence Street, Sydney.
All financial women members of the PSA are eligible to register.
Women who have not had the opportunity to attend this conference in the past are strongly encouraged to nominate.
This year’s theme is: ‘Connecting the Generations’.
Women’s Conference is an invaluable opportunity to meet with other women members, activists and delegates across the NSW public sector, engage in practical training modules and hear from informative speakers.
Special Trade Union Leave will be applied for by the PSA on behalf of successful nominees.
Registrations close 15 August 2016.
Please note that registration does not guarantee attendance, as numbers are limited. Successful nominees will be notified after the close of nominations.
The conference program is in draft form and will be updated regularly. The draft program is available to provide attendees with indicative times and session details only. Speakers and training modules are subject to change without notice. To see the program, click HERE.
Women’s Council Committee is an advisory body to Central Council on issues affecting women members of the Association.
Council is made up of elected members along with female members of the Executive and Central Council.
Women’s Conference will be held on 13 and 14 September 2016. Further details will be posted in due course.
Women’s Council Committee Elections – 2016 to 2018
Women’s Council Committee is an advisory body to Central Council on issues affecting women members of the Association. The elections will be held later this year.
A range of fact sheets: Carers’ Leave, Family and Community Services Leave, Purchased Leave, Lactation Breaks, Parental Leave and Domestic Violence.
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