DATE: Friday 2nd December 2022
TIME: 9:00am registration for a 9:30am start
VENUE: RACV Club Melbourne - 501 Bourke St, Melbourne
The theme for this 2022’s All Aboard event was Driving Inclusion.
Developments and challenges of the past few years have highlighted challenges faced by the most vulnerable, at risk, and disadvantaged within our communities. In addition to this, the bus industry has now embarked on a social procurement regime that aims to shape an inclusive economy that engages minority populations and the disadvantaged. Bus operators are looking to innovate ways that meet these demands, as well as being inclusive of the communities we serve. This year’s All Board event explores the role and what the industry can offer Indigenous Australians and youth at risk.
This event will help operators and their teams with:
- Creating awareness of current workplace attitudes and practices that act as barriers and identify opportunities for improvement.
- Identifying risk management strategies, resources, and expertise available to help operators and their teams.
Keynote speaker - Rhiannon Tracey
While many may let a life-changing injury hold them back from living their dreams, Rhiannon Tracey has used it as further motivation to create a life she loves, helping and inspiring thousands along the way. In 2009, a spinal cord injury changed Rhiannon’s world instantly. After a diving accident in Bali at the age of 20, Rhiannon was diagnosed as a C-5 quadriplegic and told she would never walk again. But she’s not one to take “no” for an answer. Rhiannon Tracey has since founded The Next Step, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing the best recovery, and rehabilitation options in Australia. They work to help those living with SCI (spinal cord injuries) and other neurological disorders to achieve their goals and educate them on what’s possible. Already doing more in her 31 years than many hope to achieve in a lifetime, Rhiannon Tracey gives her audience a wide range of education around inclusion, access, and disability etiquette. As she was an able-bodied person for 21 years of her live, she has lived on both sides, understanding the perspective of those with and without disability. She will change your perspective on life, like she has with countless others.
Welcome – Julia Evans
Session 1: Indigenous Australians
Session 2: Youth at Risk
Luncheon and keynote presentations
Mikeala Stafrace & Charlotte Dillon
Rhiannon Tracey (see bio above)
HOW TO REGISTER
Select your prefered registration type below and click on the link to be taken to the registration page.
|Ticket Type||Cost||Registration Link|
|Full Event (Seminar & Luncheon)||$150 per person||CLOSED|
|Seminar Only||$65 per person||CLOSED|
|Luncheon Only||$100 per person||CLOSED|
|Table of 10 (luncheon only)||$875 per table||CLOSED|