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13 MOORE STREET, CANBERRA CITY
DATES: THURSDAY 10TH & fRIDAY 11TH MARCH 2022
- TWO FULL DAYS OF CONFERENCE
- TRADE DISPLAYS
- WELCOME FUNCTION
- CONFERENCE DINNER
The Backflow Prevention Association of Australia proudly presents the 2021 Backflow Prevention Conference.
The aim of the conference is to raise awareness of the importance of backflow prevention and to assist those in the industry increase their knowledge and skills when providing backflow related services.
The 2021 Backflow Prevention Conference will also highlight areas such as Trade Waste and Water Hygiene.
Conference Delegate Fees
MEMBER - Full Conference - (Includes social functions) EARLY BIRD -(prior to 31 January 2022) - $495.00
NON MEMBER - Full Conference - (Includes social functions) EARLY BIRD -(prior to 31 January 2022) - $620.00
MEMBER - Full Conference - (Includes social functions) -(after 31 January 2022) - $595.00
NON MEMBER - Full Conference - (Includes social functions) -(after 31 January 2022 - $735.00
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS ONLY (Partners) - $90.00
Registration is now open. Early bird prices are available until 31st January 2022
This is a valuable opportunity to pass on your knowledge to others. The Call for Abstracts is now open. If you would like to share your particular skills or knowledge, please complete our Call for Abstracts Form.
There is a wide choice of accommodation nearby the Conference venue. The BPAA has organised special rates at some of these hotels.
Please make a separate payment for Social Function only.
This is a call for abstracts from the backflow and the water industry professionals who are interested in the 2021 National Backflow Prevention Conference. The National Backflow Prevention Conference is a valuable networking opportunity for those in the water supply and trade waste areas of the plumbing industry. The participants will include Plumbers, Government bodies, Commercial operators, Suppliers etc. The Conference will provide attendees with the opportunity to share knowledge, skills and future trends. Sessions will include: Changes in legislation Environmental Issues The Business of Backflow New and evolving technologies Other Plumbing related information including: Trade Waste. Participating as a speaker is a great way to develop your own professional skills and elevate your professional profile. If you are considering joining the industry elite and presenting at the 2021 NationalBackflow Prevention Conference then you’ll need to act now, the call for presenters has now started, and speaker places are filling fast.
speakers - TBC
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Terms and Conditions
Insurance and Liability
The organisers do not take responsibility for any individual, medical, travel or personal insurance. Participants are advised to secure their own insurance policies as necessary. Delegate registration fees do not provide such insurance coverage.
Photographs will be taken throughout the event for marketing and promotional purposes. If you do not wish for your photo to be taken please contact us.
The Tradeshow times Will be from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm each day of the conference.
Trade display personnel are expected to make themselves available at these times.
Sign in Forms and Name Badges
All delegates will required to sign an attendance sheet on arrival each day. You will also need to sign in using any Government app or QR code for Covid 19 if required. A name badge will be given to you upon arrival at the conference. This badge is the official pass and must be worn at all times to gain entry to all conference areas and social functions.
Please note smart casual attire is appropriate for conference sessions and social functions. A jacket may be necessary for air-conditioned meeting rooms.
The content and material of all seminars remains the copyrighted property of BPAA for reproductions and distribution purposes. Conference sessions cannot be filmed or recorded for personal use outside of the designated event.
The BPAA takes great care to protect the privacy of information supplied by individuals or organisations in accordance with the Privacy Act and the Australian Privacy Principles. Upon registration, you will be asked to either share your contact details with others involved in the conference. You will have the option not to share your details.
The conference program provides attendees may claim 9 CPD points based on the BPAA scale of 25 points per year.
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