ASSOCIATION OF 

ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS

NEW ZEALAND INC.

Te Kawarangi




INTRODUCING NELSON GROUP

The Nelson Group of AAPNZ was established in 1991 and represents administrative professionals (personal assistants, executive assistants, office managers, receptionists, secretaries, accounts clerks, and administrators) in the Nelson/Tasman region.  Members in Nelson Group represent a wide range of industries including law firms, education, local government, accounting, engineering, travel, etc.

Administrators in any industry, whether self-employed or working for someone else, will benefit from the ongoing training, upskilling and education that Nelson Group offers.  Nelson Group hosts an annual workshop, monthly group meetings, and monthly social luncheons.  Many of our members state that networking with other administrators is another important benefit to members.  When a member has a question, one of our members will often be able to answer it whether it is a software problem, an educational opportunity or a grammar query.   


NEWSLETTERS

Members receive a monthly group newsletter, Nelson Notes, which is emailed before each meeting, providing details of guest speaker and venue.  The newsletter also includes grammar and skill tips, a report about the previous month's meeting, relevant articles, and information about AAPNZ both locally and nationally.

Our current and previous newsletters are listed below:

October 2018

September 2018

August 2018

July 2018

June 2018

May 2018

For earlier publications, see the Members Only section

EVENTS

NELSON SCHOOL OF MUSIC - NCMA
WEDNESDAY, 17 OCTOBER 2018

Come and meet the Director James Donaldson, and take a tour through the updated facilities at the Nelson School of Music after all the completed renovations.

In 2013, for only the second time in its history, the School’s heritage auditorium was closed and work commenced on earthquake strengthening and refurbishment. Alongside this they decided to build a new multi-million dollar multi-use facility with rehearsal and teaching rooms. In January 2018, Trustees announced the new name for the School, NCMA – Nelson Centre of Musical Arts. This is a new significant chapter in one of the Southern Hemisphere's most unique musical organisations and recognises the evolution of NCMA from its early foundations as a musical conservatorium in 1894 to the Centre for all music in the Nelson-Tasman region. Their vision for today and the future is to be New Zealand's most vibrant, innovative and accessible music community. Situated in the heart of Nelson, they offer opportunities to learn an instrument and to rehearse and perform as an individual or as part of a group. NCMA is a performance venue with concerts held in the Auditorium, which is famous for its fine acoustics. They will shortly be opening an additional performance space in the Rainey Wing. This will add another stage for local, national and international musicians to perform on.

When: Wednesday, 17 October 2018 Where: Nelson School of Music, 48 Nile Street, Nelson 
Time: 5.30pm - 6.00pm Socialising, networking and light snacks 6.00pm - 6.45pm
Tour through Nelson School of Music
Cost: $7 members, $10 non-members, first-time guests free
RSVP: Kathy Webb skwebb@xtra.co.nz by Friday, 12 October


HOW TO GET MORE DONE IN LESS TIME - DEBBIE MAYO-SMITH
TUESDAY, 20 NOVEMBER 2018


SPONSORS

We work very closely with our regional and national partners.

Thank you to our local sponsors:

  • Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT);
  • Tasman District Council (TDC);
  • Pic's Peanut Butter and
  • Chia.

Upcoming events

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E-mail: membership@aapnz.org.nz

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