All ANMF (Vic Branch) Job Representatives and Health & Safety Reps are invited to the 2024 Annual Delegates Conference, taking place in Melbourne on Thursday 27 and Friday 28 June.

This two-day conference provides an inspiring and informative program exploring industrial, professional, workplace safety and social justice issues that concern nurses, midwives, student nurses and midwives, and personal carer workers – as well as giving delegates the opportunity to vote on resolutions and help shape the direction of their union.

The Delegates Conference provides delegates with a fantastic opportunity to meet their peers, find out more about how their union works and the issues that are common to members, feel confident about approaching our union for assistance with workplace, OHS and professional issues.

Registration information

Registration is open to all current^ ANMF (Vic Branch) Job Representatives and Health & Safety Representatives. Please read the following information prior to registering for this event. You will be required to confirm you have read all relevant information in order to complete your conference registration.

Please note you will need to sign in with your member number to register for this conference. Registration options will only appear after:

  1. a successful login; and
  2. confirmation you are a current delegate in our system.

Are you a new delegate? Newly confirmed delegates are encouraged to attend this event to represent their workplaces and experience the Delegates Conference for the first time.

^Please note: if you are in the process of becoming a job rep or HSR and wish to attend the conference, in order to successfully register to attend the conference you must have completed the process to become a rep by one week prior to the registration close date of Monday 6 May, to ensure your status as a delegate has successfully been updated against your membership.

Conference details

Dates: Thursday 27 and Friday 28 June, with an optional formal conference dinner taking place on Thursday night, following the close of day 1 of the conference

Conference times: 8.30am – 4.50pm (day 1); 8.45am – 3.30pm (day 2)
Note: conference times may change slightly

Location: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

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