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Demystifying Tender Submissions

Event number: 17560
2 CPD hours
Presentation/Seminar
Presenter(s): Professor Kathryn von Treuer, FAPS

Demystifying tender submissions with Professor Kathryn von Treuer

With changes in government funding psychologists might need to develop skills in tender writing. Professor von Treuer will share her knowledge about tender writing. She has submitted over 30 tenders in several different roles, and has sat on several tender evaluation panels.

Learing Objectives 

    1. Have an awareness of changes in income streams for psychologists.
    2. Have knowledge of the relevance of tender writing skills for psychologists.
    3. Have an understanding of the basics of tender writing.  

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About the presenter(s)

Professor Kathryn von Treuer commenced as Executive Director of the Cairnmillar Institute in April 2016 and is also an Honorary Professor with the School of Medicine at Deakin University. Kathryn is a registered psychologist and endorsed as a Health and as an Organisational Psychologist. She sits on the Psychology Board of Australia. Her post graduate studies in psychology and business complement extensive industry experience in senior Executive roles across various sectors. One of her prior roles was as a National Business Development Manager where she became well practiced at writing and submitting tenders.

Notes

A two course meal will be provided, drinks available at cost. Please specify dietary requirements on registration.

Registering starts at 7.15pm, presentation and dinner from 7.30pm

Online registration

Chadstone

Holmesglen TAFE
Corner of Warrigal Road and Batesford Road
The Holmesglen Conference Centre
Chadstone, VIC 3148
Australia
Venue is wheelchair accessible
Start date: 3/5/2017
End date: 3/5/2017
Time: 7.15pm – 9.30pm

Cost

APS member: $48
APS student member: $48
Non APS member: $96

Organiser

APS - Melbourne Branch
Contact Sally-Anne McCormack
(03)88122373