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Looking to expand your network, further your skills and learn more about the future of search and rescue from seasoned industry professionals?

Discover the benefits of submitting an abstract to the 2018 Australian & New Zealand Search and Rescue Conference and get started on your piece today! 

Share your experience

As a Presenter, you not only get the opportunity to discuss great ideas and show your research findings in the world of search and rescue, but also have the perfect platform to share your personal experience. Connecting with your audience via personal lived experiences is a great way for them to gain insight into your work, while showing the benefits of working in a compassionate and humanistic industry.

Expand your network

The 2018 Australia & New Zealand Search and Rescue Conference attracts a diverse selection of people from the search and rescue community across all disciplines of air, land and sea. With an emphasis on discussion, debate and ideas exchange, the Program will include presentations from specialist feature speakers and session speakers on a range of topics and issues impacting the sector.

Being a Presenter provides the perfect platform to expand your network and connect with some of the biggest names in the search and rescue industry.

Learn from your colleagues

At the end of your presentation, attendees get the opportunity to ask questions or discuss any ideas mentioned throughout your abstract. Feedback from industry colleagues is perfect for sharing opinions or forming greater ideas about how to improve industry operations.

Improve your career standing 

As a Presenter, you gain experience that enables you to confidently communicate with a large group, equipping you with essential communication skills to boost your career standing.

Ready to take the next step? Submit your abstract to present today!

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