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The International Sport Facility Management Program provides an outstanding opportunity for delegates to observe and learn from leading experts with practical experience in the conception, planning, design, construction, establishment and operation of major sport facilities.
The 6th International Sport Facility Management Program provides an interactive forum for participants from around the world to case study some of Melbourne’s greatest sporting facilities to learn from industry leaders on the planning, management and practicalities for these facilities which has made Melbourne the “sporting capital of the world”.
In 2013, delegates will be treated to an Australian Grand Prix experience with exclusive site tours and an insight into the management of this world class event.
During the 4-day workshop, delegates discuss and develop practical tools relating to each phase of the planning and operation of major facilities and events.
The program also involves exclusive tours of the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC), Melbourne and Olympic Parks and the newest facility to Melbourne’s sporting infrastructure – Lakeside Stadium.
This program provides a rare chance to network with leading industry professionals from Australia and around the world. Who should attend? CEO’s, Government Offi cials, Facility Operators, Venue Managers, Project Managers, Event Managers, Builders and Architects
• Sporting Precincts & Hubs – Major Events & Community Participation
• Facility Establishment and Operation
• Legacy Planning for Sustainability
• Strategic Planning
• Case Study: Lakeside Stadium - feasibility, establishment and operation 1 year on
• Case Study: Australian Grand Prix and Major Events
• Innovation in Digital Service Delivery and Marketing
Sporting Precincts & Hubs - Major Events & Community Participation
Facility Establishment and Operation
Legacy Planning for Sustainability
Case Study: FlowRider - innovation in leisure and recreation
Innovation in Digital Service Delivery and Marketing
Aligning Culture to Drive Strategy
Simon Weatherill, CEO, State Sports Centres Trust
Peter Murphy, Chief Operating Officer, State Sport Centres Trust
Naomi Dempsey, General Manager Membership & Business Development, State Sport Centres Trust
Peter Brook, Design Director, Peddle Thorp Architects
Mike King, Managing Director, SGL Group Ltd
Early Bird Registration (before 21/12/2012): $2,900 AUD (GST exclusive)
Registration (after 21/12/2012): $3,500 AUD (GST exclusive)
Pre-Conference Registration and Networking Event (Sun 10 March)
ISFMP Official Opening - Cocktail Function (Mon 11 March)
Transport to all tours and social activities
Entry to the National Sports Museum (MCG)
Morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and refreshments for all days of the program
Conference Dinner (Wed 13 March)
'Information presented was very useful and will be invaluable to our presentation for the 2015 Pacific Games'.
Mel Donald - Papua New Guinea Olympic Commitee
'If you are considering any major sporting project then this forum is vital for avoiding very costly mistakes'.
Julian Todd - Wellington City Council, New Zealand
Contact us if you require any additional information.