You are invited to attend this interesting forum
A Universal Design Approach – Access for AllThis forum is a collaboration between Consumer Building and Occupational Services (CBOS), Clarence, Glenorchy, Hobart and Kingborough Councils and the Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT).
It aims to promote a universal design approach – access for all.
It is open for anyone who has an interest in creating improved access for all through a universal design approach.
Date: Thursday 8 March 2018
Time: 3pm to 6.15pm with supper provided after forum until 7pm
Venue: Blundstone Arena (Ricky Ponting Stand Function Room, Bellerive)
Registration: Places are limited so register online now. Registration closes on 2 March 2018.
What to Expect?
The Program is designed to be thought provoking, educational and interactive. Facilitated by Robin Banks, we have gathered together a panel of experts to provide multiple perspectives on the universal design approach, including:
• Michael Small – will talk about what universal design means, international and national developments, and how we can make it happen
• Community members – will share their experiences and knowledge from a personal perspective
• Sharon and Peter Overton (Lifetime Homes), Dale Webster (CBOS) and other industry professionals will discuss perspectives in a Q & A panel.
There will be an opportunity to network immediately after the event. Food and refreshments will be provided.
Don’t miss out! register online now. Registration closes on 2 March 2018.
This forum attracts 3 CPD points for attendees who complete the programme. Please ensure you register your attendance at the beginning of the forum to be eligible for CPD. A Certificate of Participation will be emailed to you two weeks after the forum.
• Entry is via the western gate, located at the beach end of Derwent Street. Go up the stairs and through the gates on the left. Either go up the stairs to the venue or use the lift. There is also a lift from street level.
• Pre-reading material is available on the Department of Justice website.
Please note that the program can be subject to change