Webinar: Do You Really, Really Want to Reduce Process Energy Usage? 3:00 pm
Webinar: Do You Really, Really Want to Reduce Process Energy Usage? @ Online webinar
Aug 7 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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ACRNA 2019 Conference
The ACRNA 2019 Conference will be held in Melbourne from Tuesday 29 October to Thursday 31 October at the Rendezvous Grand Hotel in Flinders Street.
The theme of the ACRNA 2019 Conference is
"The more things change, the more they remain the same".
Frenchman Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr wrote this French epigram in 1849, reflecting that turbulent changes do not affect reality on a deeper level other than to cement the status quo.
Change is the constant.
Change management is the imperative.
Technology, integration and human factors are the challenges and the tools.
The development of the ACRNA 2019 Conference programme continues with the input and participation of the membership as presenters and site visits are locked in.
Professor Mark Wiggins from Macquarie University has kindly accepted our invitation to be the conference dinner guest speaker. His team's work on how people learn and its relevance to control rooms was introduced in the June Newsletter (download here).
This year the Conference SubCommittee has secured a beautiful and centrally-located venue, with all daily meals and evening drinks, for $770.00 (including GST) per person for the full three days. The details of this and other registration options will be posted when the ACRNA 2019 Conference Registrations open on 1st September.
When you have completed your registration, a link to discounted accommodation at the Rendezvous Grand Hotel will be available for you to use.
The Conference SubCommittee continues to invite presenters, site visit hosts, and topics...so please submit your ideas, and offers of assistance, to the Conference SubCommittee – Russell Ockendon, Mark Holmes and David Ryan – using the form below.