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Sport NSC Forum Key Workshop Themes

by National Sports Convention | October 28, 2020 | News

The NSC Forums will bring together global discussion points and impacts on national priorities, exploring key opportunities for organisations to build into financial and strategic plans for July 2021 onwards. Embracing the learnings of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) during 2020 creates many generational opportunities from these challenging environments. The NSC Forum Workshops include:

The Future of Aquatic, Recreation and Sports Facilities

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The Future of Community Sport

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The Future of Local Government in Community Sport and Physical Activity Planning and Provision

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Our Communities Future – Children and Reconnecting

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Impact of Recession on Community Sport Participation and Sustainability

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Our Communities Future – Targeting Specific Communities/Cohorts

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Virtual Sport and Recreation Expo:

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In between the workshop sessions on Monday 9th and Wednesday 11th November, we will see the sponsors, collaborators and peak bodies sharing insights, information, videos and solutions that will support the post-COVID era. You will be able to book meetings and ‘talk’ virtually with exhibitors.

The Sydney Forum is available to attend in person and allow more networking opportunities and also virtually online and the Melbourne Forum is available online only.

With online e-delegate tickets from only $99 +GST, attendance is expected to be high and current registration bookings are demonstrating this, so register now to not miss out!

The full program is now available to download and be sure to follow the NSC Forums on Facebook, and LinkedIn for all the latest news and updates.

If you believe that this NSC Forum is of interest to your colleagues, please pass onto them whom may be interested in attending.

Don’t forget to put the NSC Forums in your calendar.

~ The National Sports Convention Team