2018 RCSA Conference - The Art Of Work


                  We'd like to thank all the delegates and supporters who joined us in Noosa for the 2018 RCSA International Conference.

This year's event was a huge success, and it simply would not have been possible without the support and contribution of our 2018 Conference Community. We hope you enjoyed the experience as much as we did, and look forward to seeing you at our 2019 Conference in the Gold Coast next year.

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2018 Conference Testimonials

Noosa 2018 "The Art of Work", was my first RCSA conference after over a decade in the industry and I plan on attending next years' event also. The calibre of speakers and information conveyed to us was amazing and I walked away with many great tips to use in my business. The whole event from the conference to the events ran so smoothly from start to finish and the food on offer was top notch. Just being in a room with so many passionate recruiters gave me a renewed sense of love for what we do on a daily basis. Our jobs are hard but it's our passion and love for the industry and making peoples dreams come true that make it all worthwhile. Thank you to the amazing RCSA team who not only ran an excellent event, but who stand strong for our industry and ensure that we are represented fairly. You guys ROCK!

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2018 CONFERENCE PROGRAM


Wednesday, 5th September 2018

2.00pm - 6.00pm
Registration Open - Exhibitor Gallery
2.00pm - 4.00pm
SURFING WITH Layne Beachley
Conference attendees who opted in upon registration will take part in a surfing lesson with Layne Beachley.
Sponsored by Prime Super
4.30pm - 6.00pm
ISSUES FORUM
Sponsored by NPAworldwide
ELMO Theatrette
Industry Think Tank – Get Opinionated!
Andrew Klein and the Chief Executive of RCSA, Charles Cameron, will facilitate a ‘Town Hall’ style discussion on some key industry and professional issues bearing down on the recruitment and staffing industry.
Click here to register for the forum.
6.30pm - 8.30pm
WELCOME DRINKS - A TASTE OF THE EUMUNDI MARKETS
Noosa Woods
RCSA CEO Charles Cameron, Principal Partner Prime Super and celebrity chef Matt Golinski will welcome you to welcome you to Noosa in partnership with ELMO. 

Thursday, 6th September 2018

6.45am - 8.00am
Enjoy a morning walk or bike ride through Noosa National Park
Click here to register for the Bike Ride
Click here to register for the Morning Walk
Hosted by Prime Super
8.30am - 5.30pm
Registration Open - Exhibitor Gallery
9.00am - 9.45am
OPENING KEYNOTE - Mykel Dixon and band
The Future Of Work – Belongs To The Artists
Macquarie Conference Centre
Mykel Dixon won breakthrough speaker of the year in 2018. He is a jazz musician by trade who helps people and organisations discover their creative confidence. He will present with with a live band on stage including renowned guitarist Phil Cebrano.
9.45am - 10.30am
KEYNOTE - Andrew Banks
Creative Ideas for a Brighter Future
Sponsored by Prime Super
Macquarie Conference Centre
Andrew Banks is one of Australia's most respected business leaders in the global human resources and recruitment industry. A born risk taker, Andrew is passionate about the need for entrepreneurial spirit to be nurtured. He knows first-hand the willingness of people to take risks and grow wealth and creativity in a society. Andrew will present a keynote exploring his views on the very best creative ideas the industry can harness for a brighter future as well as his own recipe for recruiters who want to bill $1 million+ a year !
10.30am - 11.00am
Morning Tea - Exhibitor Gallery
11.00am - 11.40am
MC OFFICIAL WELCOME & OPENING REMARKS
Andrew Klein MC, RCSA CEO Charles Cameron, RCSA Board President Sinead Hourigan and Prime Super CEO Lachlan Baird
Macquarie Conference Centre
11.40am - 12.25pm
KEYNOTE - Dr. Jason Fox
Change the Game
Sponsored by ELMO Cloud HR & Payroll
Macquarie Conference Centre
Learn how to influence the culture of your team and the enterprise, ensuring that it is fit for the future of work. Discover: Why all enterprise cultures must become more networked and responsive if they’re to survive the future—and how you can make this happen. Jason will teach you how to use motivation design to establish the right structures, rituals and artefacts to shift behaviour and shape culture.
12.25pm - 1.25pm
Lunch - Exhibitor Gallery
1.25pm - 2.15pm
CONCURRENT 1A
Guy Davy - LinkedIN 
LinkedIn Talent
Intelligence

Rainforest Room
CONCURRENT 1B
Melissa Armstrong
Leading with a GOLDEN Mind
Ocean/Aqua Room
Six key elements based on the field of neuroscience and positive psychology to enable you to better leverage your mindset to unlock performance
CONCURRENT 1C
Michelle Rushton
High Performing
Teams

ELMO Theatrette
Using habits to transform results for leaders and teams.

2.15pm - 3.10pm
CONCURRENT 2A
Jay MunroINDEED
Indeed Employer
Insights

Rainforest Room
CONCURRENT 2B
Clare Mc Cartin
The Art of Relevance
Ocean/Aqua Room
….remaining relevant to your clients, candidates and team
CONCURRENT 2C
Keith Badger
Joining Loose Ends
ELMO Theatrette
Keith will discuss his book 'Joining Loose Ends’ a story not just of a walk, but of his history and family, loves and feelings. Keith will talk about how he walked out of a corporate career to find a life of purpose and what is possible when you walk a road less travelled.
3.10pm - 3.40pm
Afternoon tea - Exhibitor Gallery
3.40pm - 4.30pm
KEYNOTE - David Chalke
A Brighter Future
Macquarie Conference Centre
Social, economic and political trends from the Australian, New Zealand and global market that you can take advantage of as a business to build a brighter future.
4.30pm - 5.20pm
KEYNOTE and Q&A - Magda Szubanski
The Art of Connecting
Macquarie Conference Centre
5.20pm - 5.30pm
DAY ONE WRAP UP - Mykel Dixon and Jason Fox
Macquarie Conference Centre
6.15pm - 7.00pm
Boat Transfers from Ferry Wharf
Noosa River, back of Sofitel
7.00pm - 11.00pm
2018 GALA PARTY - YACHT ROCK THEME
The Boathouse Noosa
Enjoy a sunset trip down the Noosa river where spectacular food, drinks and entertainment await.
11.00pm - 2.00am
AFTER PARTY - LAGARTO LOUNGE  
Hastings Street, Noosa

Friday, 7th September 2018

8.30am - 5.30pm
Registration Open - Exhibitor Gallery
9.15am - 9.35am
OPENING REMARKS - Andrew Klein MC
Macquarie Conference Centre
 
 
9.35am - 10.35am
KEYNOTE - Greg Savage
Failing My Way to Success
Macquarie Conference Centre
Lessons from a life time of recruitment mistakes.
10.35am - 11.05am
Morning Tea - Exhibitor Gallery
11.05am - 11.55am
CONCURRENT 3A 
Anthony Ugoni - SEEK
Director, Global Matching and Analytics
Artificial Intelligence: Shaping The World of
Recruitment
Rainforest Room
CONCURRENT 3B
John Healy
The Art of Staying Ahead
Ocean/Aqua Room
Understanding Future Trends & Taking Your Opportunities
CONCURRENT 3C 
Shannon McNeill
A Healthier You - Part 1
ELMO Theatrette
Health and well-being with a comprehensive, unique and grounded approach. This session will look at the relationships between health and the workplace as well as help you understand the major body systems - adrenal system and stress response. 
11.55am - 12.50pm
CONCURRENT 4A
Panel Session
The Art of Engaging Future Leaders
Rainforest Room
A panel moderated by Matt Sampson featuring Rafa Moyano CEO, Australia, The Adecco Group,  Jacqui Barratt Director of Salt and Penny O'Reilly Managing Director and Country General Manager at Kelly Services .
CONCURRENT 4B
Rebecca Houghton
The Art of Incredible Client Service
Ocean/Aqua Room
Understanding Future Trends & Taking Your Opportunities
CONCURRENT 4C
Shannon McNeill
A Healthier You - Part 2
ELMO Theatrette
Health and well-being with a comprehensive, unique and grounded approach. This session will explore how to nourish well to boost energy and resilience and strategies for optimal health - mindfulness and learning how to rest. 
12.50pm - 1.35pm
Lunch - Exhibitor Gallery
1.35pm - 2.25pm
KEYNOTE - Barry Asin
The Art of Leadership
Macquarie Conference Centre
Breaking Through: Leadership Disciplines from Top Performing Staffing Firms
2.25pm - 2.55pm
Afternoon tea - Exhibitor Gallery
2.55pm - 3.45pm
KEYNOTE - Layne Beachley
Sponsored by Prime Super
The Art of Success
Macquarie Conference Centre
Layne Beachley is widely regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. Layne's keynote will take you on a journey through a challenging up bringing including two bouts of chronic fatigue, depression and many injuries to becoming the best in the world, and indeed, a seven times world surfing champion.
3.45pm - 5.00pm
CLOSING KEYNOTE - Mykel Dixon and Jason Fox
Macquarie Conference Centre



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Speakers

Andrew Banks

Andrew Banks is one of Australia's most respected business leaders in the global human resources and recruitment industry. A former thespian, Andrew established two of the world’s largest recruitment companies. He knows what it takes to build a business empire from scratch. Andrew co-founded Morgan & Banks with Geoff Morgan in 1985 and by 1995 it went public with revenue of $800 million. In 2004, Banks launched Talent2 International specialising in HR Outsourcing and executive search. The entrepreneur and investor now resides back in Australia but still spends a few months in the US and his focus is on general investing, working in film and television production – Andrew is one of five ‘sharks’ on Network Ten’s show Shark Tank - and he is also a shareholder/advisor in other diverse businesses. A born risk taker, Andrew is passionate about the need for entrepreneurial spirit to be nurtured - he knows first-hand the willingness of people to take risks and grow wealth and creativity in a society.

Barry Asin

A leading authority on workforce solutions worldwide, Barry Asin is renowned for his expertise on staffing and contingent labor. President of Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) since 2010, Asin holds overall responsibility for the company’s strategy, operations and growth on a global basis. He has been with the company since 2003, where he previously held the position of Chief Analyst, leading the team responsible for SIA’s award-winning research and content.

Asin is the co-author of Breaking Through: Leadership Disciplines from Top Performing Staffing Firms and is a frequent speaker at industry events, sharing essential insights on leadership and the challenges, opportunities and rapid transformations around work today. He is quoted in major business and industry publications, including the New York Times, BusinessWeek, Inc. Magazine, The Atlantic, Bloomberg Business, CNBC, Marketplace, USA Today and MarketWatch among others.

Prior to joining SIA, Asin spent nearly 12 years as a senior executive at global staffing leader Adecco SA. Before Adecco, he held operations management positions with PepsiCo, and he began his professional career with Andersen Consulting, the predecessor of Accenture. He holds an M.B.A. from Harvard University and a B.S. in engineering from Princeton University.


Clare McCartin

Clare is National Group Manager at Davidson where she oversees the QLD, NSW & VIC Executive and Boards teams. Having recently been awarded the Seek Recruitment Consultant of the Year for 2016, she is also an active corporate member of IPAA where she sits on their people & culture committee, she actively involved with LG Pro, MAV, AWA, LASA, IPWEA and Procurement Australia. Clare regularly publishes thought leadership articles in her industry publications and has completed a Bachelor of Behavioural Science, a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource and holds a Masters of Commerce, majoring in HR and Employee Relations.


David Chalke

David is Australia’s leading Social Analyst. He specialises in measuring the effects of cultural change on Australians’ attitudes and behaviours, and advising on the impact of these on the formulation of effective business strategy and public policy. Using data from AustraliaSCAN, the longest running continuous monitor of Australians’ social values, David provides a thoughtful and sometimes challenging understanding of how and why our society is shifting and where it is heading. A science graduate; David’s early career was in Europe with trans-national organisations such as Nestle, Cadbury Schweppes & Wilkinson Sword. On coming to Australia he held the position of Director of Strategy Planning with McCann-Erickson and then a similar post with Y&R Mattingly, until founding the independent consultancy, The Strategy Planning Group in 1990. David’s engaging, insightful and “Real World” view of the mood of Australians has made him a very popular speaker, a regularly quoted social commentator and an occasional writer and broadcaster. David will reflect on critical trends for the recruitment industry for Australia and New Zealand in his keynote presentation.

Greg Savage

Greg is a leader of the global recruitment industry, with a career spanning thirty-five years, and is a regular keynote speaker at staffing conferences around the world. Greg started Recruitment Solutions in 1987 and grew the business to 250 staff and an eventual $60 IPO on the Australian Stock Exchange. He went on to be International CEO of Aquent for 8 years, running 35 offices in 17 countries. In 2010, he founded Firebrand Talent Search and quickly created a global brand for this specialist digital and marketing recruiter, and successfully sold the business, in 7 countries, in January 2013. Greg now provides board advisory, consulting and keynote speaking services to organisations across the world, focusing on growth, expansion and profitability. An early adopter of social media for recruiting, Greg’s industry blog - The Savage Truth - is a must-read for recruiters, while his Twitter feed similarly attracts thousands of followers from around the world. Greg will present an exclusive keynote for us in 2018 - 'Failing my way to success’ - Lessons from a life time of recruitment mistakes.

Jason Fox

Dr Jason Fox is an entertaining speaker who shows forward-thinking leaders how to influence work culture, drive progress and build for the future of work. Jason's work involves unpacking the latest trends and developments in work culture and gamification - removing the hype and adding the science to make work, work. He is the bestselling author of The Game Changer and How to Lead a Quest: a handbook for pioneering executives, and in 2016 was awarded Keynote Speaker of the Year. Jason will present a keynote in Noosa in 2018 called ‘Change the Game’. Learn how to influence the culture of your team and the enterprise, ensuring that it is fit for the future of work. Discover: Why all enterprise cultures must become more networked and responsive if they’re to survive the future—and how you can make this happen. Jason will teach you how to use motivation design to establish the right structures, rituals and artefacts to shift behaviour and shape culture.

John Healy

John Healy is vice president and managing director of Kelly Outsourcing and Consulting Group for Kelly Services, a global leader in workforce solutions. A respected industry thought leader and frequent presenter on topics ranging from workforce strategy, workforce analytics, supply chain and supplier effectiveness, and HR technology to organizations such as the World Employment Conference, The OECD, The Institute for the Future, Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), and the Human Capital Leadership Institute. John currently serves on the Board of Directors for the World Employment Confederation serving as the Chairman of the Corporate Member Committee, he is a member of The Conference Board’s Talent Management Advisory Board, HfS’s Future of Operations in the Robotics Age (FORA) Council, and the Duke University Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER). We are delighted to have John with us in Noosa in 2018 where he will present on ‘The Art of Staying Ahead’, showcasing critical industry key trends and how you can take advantage of them for your business.

Keith Badger

Keith Badger is a company director, philanthropist, mentor, writer, speaker, and a year-round ocean swimmer. Born and raised in a working class family on South London council estates, he spent 25 years as Finance Director and Chief Executive Officer for global organisations, travelling throughout Europe, Africa and Asia.. As a founding director of The Rescope Project, he now works closely with various organisations and individuals to shape a more sustainable world. He will discuss his new book “Joining Loose Ends’ a story not just of a walk, but of his history and family, loves and feelings. Keith will talk about how he walked out of a corporate career to find a life of purpose and what is possible when you walk a road less travelled.


Layne Beachley

Layne Beachley is widely regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. The only surfer, male or female, to claim six consecutive world titles (1998-2003), Layne then went onto win a 7th world title in 2006 before retiring from the ASP World Tour in 2008. As part of 2015 Australia Day honours list, Layne was awarded with an Officer of the Order of Australia for her distinguished service to the community through support for a wide range of charitable organizations, as a mentor for women in sport and as a world champion surfer. Layne Beachley’s keynote will take you on a journey through a challenging up bringing including two bouts of chronic fatigue, depression and many injuries to becoming the best in the world, and indeed, a seven times world surfing champion. She had the motivation to be a world champion, the inspiration to surround herself with the people who can assist her and the determination to overcome a myriad of challenges. Her exploits are astounding, her attitude unwavering and her achievements inspirational. Layne certainly dared to dream and passionately believes that anything is possible.

Magda Szubanski

Magda Szubanski has been famous for making Australia laugh for over three decades, but more recently she was named the “Most Talked about Person of 2017” following what many have called her ‘crucial role’ in the complex and difficult 2017 Same-Sex Marriage Survey. Sydney Morning Herald: “When describing her efforts, other equality advocates use terms such as ‘invaluable’ and ‘devastatingly effective’. But popularity alone does not change hearts or minds. What made a difference, they believe, is the way Szubanski campaigned.” She advocated tirelessly, making the case for equality with reason and dignity –her most notable appearances included a pivotal debate on the ABC’s Q&A, interviews on A Current Affair and an address she gave at the National Press Club, 'What it feels like to be an unwilling human guinea pig in a political experiment'. In 2012, Magda came out live on national TV and has been an active and high-profile campaigner for LGBTI+ rights ever since. She is patron of Twenty10, an ambassador for the Pinnacle Foundation and also volunteered for the Orlando Victims’ Fundraiser concerts in Melbourne and Sydney. She has spoken at numerous Marriage Equality fundraisers. Vogue Australia included her in their list of 2018 “Game Changers” for her work on the Marriage Equality campaign. Magda completed a Bachelor of Arts at Melbourne University, majoring in Philosophy and Fine Arts. More recently she has become a best-selling, award-winning author, following the release of her internationally acclaimed memoir Reckoning. Released late 2015, Reckoning won a slew of literary awards including winner of the 2016 ABIA Book of the Year, Biography of the Year, Booksellers Choice Award, NSW Premier’s Literary Awards, the Indie Award for Non-Fiction; Winner Victorian Community History Award and was shortlisted for several more awards including the National Biography Award.


Michelle Rushton

With over 15 years of experience with tens of thousands of people, Michelle has designed and delivered award-winning behaviour change and leadership development programs for companies like Microsoft, Australia Post and American Express. She is director and co-founder of the learning and development consultancy People of Influence, which specialises in leadership and team development. Michelle’s particular expertise is the habits of high performance and the development of high performance cultures. She combines the latest insights of behavioural science and her up-close observations of high-performers at work into practical tools that professionals can use to make excellence habitual in their work and life. She will present on the ‘High Performing Teams.’

Melissa Armstrong

Melissa heads up the Academy at Harcourts International, following a successful 14-year career at Flight Centre Travel Group. She initially held senior finance roles before moving into the learning and development sphere where she gained global experience in enriching people, enhancing their performance and converting their potential. In 2015, she founded GoldMind, a consulting company that specialised in helping organisations develop employee engagement Melissa is a qualified CPA and holds a Bachelor of Business and a Diploma of Neuroleadership. Melissa will present on ‘Leading with a GOLDEN Mind”, introducing you to six key elements based on the field of neuroscience and positive psychology, that will enable you to better leverage your mindset and unlock your performance.


Mykel Dixon

Mykel Dixon is a jazz musician by trade who helps people and organisations discover their creative confidence. In this thought-provoking keynote you will learn how to stay relevant in a world where money follows meaning, thinking needs feeling and the maker matters just as much as what is being made. Mykel will demonstrate how to develop a disruptive mindset, an attitude of artistry, how to manage multiple contexts, build creative confidence and how to move from engagement to enchantment. Mykel will present with with a live band on stage including renowned guitarist Phil Cebrano.

Shannon McNeill

Shannon is a qualified nurse and with an advanced diploma in naturopathy, herbal medicine and nutrition, she understands health and well-being with a comprehensive, unique and grounded approach. You will take away practical, inspiring, tools and tips to improve employee engagement, effectiveness and energy. This in turn improves workplace productivity, job satisfaction, reduced sick leave, thought clarity and the capacity to manage stressful events. Learning outcomes include: looking at the relationship between health and the workplace, understanding the major body systems – adrenal system and the stress response, exploring the importance of sleep quality, exploring how to nourish well to boost energy and resilience and strategies for optimal health – mindfulness and learning how to rest.

Andrew Klein - MC

Andrew is a former corporate lawyer and has brought his casual, engaging MC style to countless RCSA conferences and events. He well known amongst our members for his quick wit, his lively conference openings and creating a fun, engaging conference feel. He has appeared on Kochie’s Business Builders, Switzer on Sky Business and in an old episode of Today Tonight in a feature on “Sydney’s Worst Neighbours” (Andrew swears it was all a big misunderstanding). Apart from RCSA, his clients include BT, ANZ, QBE, Westpac, Elders, KPMG, Dymocks, Aon, McDonalds, NSW Health, MLC, Hesta, Auto One….and his mother-in-law’s bridge club. Andrew’s hobbies include coaching basketball, shaving his head, eating haloumi cheese, watching ‘Survivor’, walking his dog Pebbles and trying to convince his wife and 3 kids that he has a real job. We warmly welcome Andrew back to be our master of ceremonies for our conference and social functions in The Art of Work – Creative ideas for a brighter future in Noosa for 2018.

More speakers will be joining us in the Sunshine Coast - be sure to keep your eyes peeled over the coming months.

Conference Social Functions

Social functions will again be a highlight and will include a taste of the famous Eumundi Markets coming to Hastings Street and a boat trip down Noosa River for a gala evening







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SOCIAL EVENTS

Attendance at all social events is included with your conference ticket.

Welcome Drinks - A Taste of Eumundi Markets

Wednesday September 5
6:30pm - 8:30pm


RCSA CEO Charles Cameron, and Principal Partner Prime Super welcome you to Noosa in partnership with ELMO.

Here you can will enjoy dinner featuring beautiful local produce, drinks, a live band and entertainment inspired by the Eumundi Markets as you catch up with colleagues old and new





2018 Gala Party - Yacht Rock

Thursday September 6
7:30pm - 11:00pm


Enjoy a sunset trip down the Noosa river where spectacular food, drinks and entertainment await.

Enjoy the seaside charm of this unique venue on Noosa river across three levels.

For those who want to dance on into the night, there will be an after party in Lagarto Lounge. 



         

Farewell Drinks

Friday September 7
6:30pm - 8:30pm


An evening of casual relaxation awaits on Hastings Street as we reflect on a fantastic conference.

Join us as we farewell old friends and toast new ones at Cafe le Monde.








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OPTIONAL CONFERENCE EVENTS

Surfing with Layne Beachley

Sponsored by Prime Super
Wednesday September 5
2:00pm - 4:00pm


Conference goers who opted in when purchasing their ticket will take part in a once in a lifetime surfing lesson with seven time World Surfing Champion Layne Beachley. This is one that is sure to live long in the memory books.

Those lucky delegates partaking are encouraged to come prepared for the sun and surf.



Industry Think Tank - Get Opinionated

Wednesday September 5
4:30pm - 6:00pm


Are you passionate about how the recruitment and staffing industry is portrayed? Do you have an opinion on how RCSA can promote and protect “brand professional” at this critical time in politics across Australia and New Zealand? If you care….then it’s time to share! Andrew Klein and the Chief Executive of RCSA, Charles Cameron, will facilitate a ‘Town Hall’ style discussion on some key industry and professional issues bearing down on the recruitment and staffing industry. Joining the dots between procurement and service outcomes, standing up to political opportunists, getting tough with rogue operators and marketing “brand professional” will all be thrown in to the tank and given a stir. No better way to get your heart rate up in the lead up to the 2018 Conference. Grass roots opinions to define our future.

Click here to register for the forum.

This Think Tank will also feature a presentation from NPAworldwide: The Art of Working – Collaboratively (and making revenue from it!)

For over 60 years NPAworldwide members have made working collaboratively a fine art.

Whether it be working collaboratively with a competitor to win a national project, sourcing a specialist candidate for a client or role you would have otherwise turned away or servicing an international client/candidate in a way you never thought possible before - NPAworldwide members have been providing more capability, service and value through working collaboratively.

Join Kristen Davie, NPAworldwide Membership Services Manager – AU/NZ and Jason Elias, owner Elias Recruitment and NPAworldwide Secretary / Treasurer, as they discuss how NPAworldwide can give independent, boutique and start up agencies the winning edge with clients and candidates and the revenue it can generate.

 Find out how to add 20% to your bottom line without any extra overhead. 


Noosa National Park Walk or Bike Ride

Hosted by Prime Super
Thursday September 6
6:45am - 8:00am


Capre Diem! Prepare for day one of the conference by exploring Noosa and seeing the best of what the Sunshine Coast has to offer. Take in the sights by foot or bike.

Click here to register for the Bike Ride
Click here to register for the Morning Walk





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MORE INFORMATION

Conference Tickets

The 2018 RCSA International Conference is SOLD OUT

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations must be made in writing to the RCSA 2018 Conference Secretariat at rcsa@theassociationspecialists.com.au
By 15 June 2018 – full registration fees will be refunded
Between 16 June 2018 to 29 July 2018 – 50% cancellation fee will apply to registration fees paid
After 29 July 2018 – no refund on monies paid
However, you may transfer your registration to another person, at no additional cost, if you are unable to attend.

Conference Venue

Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas
Noosa, Sunshine Coast

https://www.peppers.com.au/noosa/




Dress Code

Conference: Smart Casual - Anything goes... Almost. Let your inner artist free and leave your work suit behind. Please come dressed in whatever you feel comfortable in whether jeans, a favourite shirt, t-shirt or a comfortable dress. 

Social functions: Beach Chic - At our social functions we will be enjoying the best of Noosa, we’ll be in a park, on the Noosa river in a boat and in a selection of indoor and outdoor venues. For our opening and closing parties consider linen or a spring/summer dress. Feel free to wear sandals or open-toe style shoes, and for ladies please consider a wedge heel or flats so neither grass, boat transport or a late night walk pose a challenge. Be sure to bring a wrap or jacket in the evening should the temperature drop. For our Yacht Rock night, it’s time to dial up your nautical cool where everyone’s the super-suave yacht owner with style and summer slick aplenty – you get the drift! 

RCSA App

Please download the conference app prior to the conference; the app will give you access to all the latest information. To download the RCSA app you will need to search for ‘ShowGizmo’ in your app store, then enter the event code: ‘RCSA2018’.

Transfers

Taxis: Suncoast taxis 131008 - visit their website or download the app
Private transfers to & from the airport: Click here for more information  






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