The 7th ATEM/CAMPUS MORNING MAIL Best Practice Awards Dinner and presentation evening will be held again this year as part of the TEM Conference on Monday, 10 September at Frasers Restaurant.
As always, the evening will be a great networking opportunity and a fantastic celebration of the great work being done in the sector, with the announcement and presentation for the 2018 Best Practice Awards, along with ATEM Member Awards.
We look forward to welcoming Professor Deborah Terry, Vice Chancellor of Curtin University as our guest speaker this year.
Tickets to the ATEM Awards Night can be purchased through the registration process or by emailing [email protected]
When: Monday 10 September 2018
Where: Frasers Restaurant (60 Fraser Avenue, Kings Park, West Perth)
Dress: Lounge Suit/Cocktail
With thanks to the Awards Dinner Sponsor
The ATEM Institutional Policy Network’s successful forum series provides an opportunity for network members and other interested parties, from across Australasia and beyond, to come together to share case studies and best practice examples, refine policy development concepts and models, review institutional and sectoral policy issues arising from TEMC, work through policy challenges in specialised and general policy areas, and engage in discussion of ‘hot’ topic policy issues with guest presenters. The Forum is scheduled to coincide with the Tertiary Education Management Conference in Perth.
Full details available on the website: www.atem.org.au/events/event/inst-policy-forum
The TEFMA Clever Campus Awards Dinner is always a night to look forward to. Enjoy an evening celebrating the achievements of TEFMA members among your friends and colleagues.
Tickets to the TEFMA Awards Night can be purchased through the registration process, or by emailing [email protected]
Please note this event is open to TEFMA Members Only. Business Partners are limited to 3 tickets per business.
When: Monday 10 September 2018
Where: Optus Stadium
Dress: After 5
Cost: Member tickets: $95 | Guest tickets: $170
With Thanks to the 2018 Awards Dinner Sponsor
BGIS is a leading provider of integrated real estate management services, facilities management services, professional services, project delivery services and workplace solutions.
With a combined team of over 7,000 team members globally, BGIS provides services to a wide range of occupiers and operators of real estate and physical infrastructure. We manage over 30 million square metres across 30,000+ locations in Australia, New Zealand, the wider Asia Pacific region, North America, Europe and the Middle East.
BGIS inspires better business performance across its client’s real estate and physical infrastructures portfolios, ensuring these real assets support core business both strategically and operationally. We operate from regional centres of excellence, providing an agile, innovative and customised service to our long-term customer base.
BGIS operates across a broad range of vertical markets and consequently has experience delivering services across a diverse asset and geographic base. Whether it is a global head office, national retail network, defence base, hospital or critical data centre we have the experience, capabilities and systems to deliver.
BGIS is a subsidiary of Brookfield Business Partners, a business services and industrial company focused on owning and operating high-quality businesses. Brookfield Business Partners is listed on the New York and Toronto stock exchanges
TEFMA is pleased to support their official charity BrashA-T Ataxia. In lieu of speaker gifts at each TEFMA hosted event, TEFMA has pledged to donate to BrAshA-T.
Ataxia telangiectasia (A-T) is a primary immunodeficiency disease that affects a number of different organs in the body. It is a rare and incurable disease often described as the worst parts of cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy and cystic fibrosis. A-T occurs when a child is born with both copies of the “ATM” gene disrupted, which prevents his or her cells from producing any ATM protein. As children with A-T lack the ATM protein they are unable to properly repair or respond to certain types of DNA damage, giving rise to genetic instability and as a consequence, an increased risk of cancer, in fact, a risk 1,000 times greater than the general population. About one-third of children with A-T will develop cancer.
For reasons yet unknown, A-T affects the cerebellum, which is responsible for muscle control. As the cerebellum cells start to die, impaired muscle control results in difficulty with balancing, walking, co-ordination and fine and gross motor skills. This eventually leads to a loss of any movement or activity that requires the use of a muscle – eye movements, speaking, writing, swallowing, bladder control, breathing, coughing. Children with A-T are generally confined to a wheelchair between the ages of 8-10 years old, and rarely survive beyond their 20s.
BrAshA-T aims to raise awareness about A-T and to raise much needed funds for ongoing research currently in progress.
Donate here: brashat.org.au/donate.php