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Upcoming events

    • 16 Apr 2018
    • 5:30 PM
    • Level 3 Corporate Suite 9, Forsyth Barr Stadium

    You are invited to:

    Administrative Professionals Day - hosted by the AAPNZ Dunedin Group

    Enjoy networking with fellow Administrative Professionals, learn 

    about the AAPNZ and listen to our fabulous speaker, Amy

    Scott! What a great way to end a Monday!

    Monday 16th April at 5:30pm

    Level 3 Corporate Suite 9, Forsyth Barr Stadium

    This is a great opportunity to unwind while celebrating a day

    dedicated to us!

    To attend one of Amy's fabulous workshops would normally cost

    hundreds of dollars, however you can get a sample of one for

    only $30 (AAPNZ members) and $45 (non-members) -

    includes a welcome drink and canapes. Non-members will be

    reimbursed $5 if they become a member by the May meeting!

    Please RSVP to Tracey: by 9th April for catering purposes - to be paid to AAPNZ Dunedin Branch prior to the event - account no: 03-0905-0078531-00

    (put your name as the reference)


    Passionate about empowering people, families, businesses, organisations,

    teams, workplaces and communities everywhere - Amy Scott (former

    lawyer) says

    “It’s not rocket science - it is simply learning how not to rub people up the

    wrong way”.

    Amy is a proud born & bred rural girl having grown up in Ranfurly,

    Central Otago New Zealand.

    Whilst she’s represented NZ in ice hockey, she’s still not allowed to drive

    tractors! Following a career as a practising lawyer, Amy changed direction.

    She has since had over 10 years experience as a communication consultant,

    speaker, trainer, mentor, coach and facilitator. She is recognised as one of

    New Zealand and Australia’s most sought after speakers.

    Amy is the world’s most experienced “Dots” Communication facilitator.

    She’s going to share a “Taste of Dots” with us in order that we can all

    understand how NOT to rub people up the wrong way. Amy is often

    invited back to workplaces to share “ dots” with friends and family

    members of staff who have been dotted. Amy is energetic, entertaining

    and fun - this is a presentation that you will not want to miss! You’ll be

    able to implement her tips for greater communication immediately.

    Download the flyer

    • 18 Apr 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
    • Visions on Campus

    Come along and celebrate all things wonderful about being an Administrative Professional! 

    RSVP to 

    • 18 Apr 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 11:59 PM
    • Nationwide

    Administrative Professionals Day is being celebrated throughout the country on Wednesday 18 April 2018.

    Put the date in your diary now!  Group Events will be loaded as details are confirmed.

    • 16 Aug 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • 18 Aug 2018
    • 11:59 PM
    • Te Papa

    Not Just Another Conference

    The only conference for Administrative Professionals created by Administrative Professionals.

    This three day event includes in-depth Masterclasses on Event Management and Project Management (16 August 2018), Award Winning PA &  International Speaker Anel Martin, Technology Guru Debbie Mayo Smith, workshops on Personal Brand & your Professional Portfolio, Mindfulness & stress management, and Achieving your personal and professional goals, followed by causal networking dinner (17 August 2019). Day three of the Conference is the AAPNZ 45th Annual General Meeting, Administrative Professional Award speeches and membership activities.  The Conference culminates in the AAPNZ Gala Dinner and Awards presentation where the 2018 Administrative Professional Award winner will be announced along with other AAPNZ awards.

    • 17 Aug 2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • Te Papa

    All AAPNZ Members are invited to the 45th Annual General Meeting of the Association.

Past events

19 Mar 2018 Speed Dating & Making Connections
31 Jan 2018 Otago Chamber of Commerce

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