Conference Updates

Forum

NCEIF 27 and 28 August 2020

The NCEIF will continue to provide highly engaging sessions in Brisbane in August 2020 - Book now and don’t miss out!

Introduction

The NCEIF, held in Melbourne in 2018 and Sydney in 2019 has been a resounding success due to the overwhelming support from our sponsors and speakers.

The NCEIF will continue to provide highly engaging sessions in Brisbane in August 2020 – Don’t miss out!

Participate in frank and fearless discussions on the challenges infrastructure projects face when managing community relations and engagement requirements.

Explore best practice solutions with fellow industry leaders, including community and stakeholder engagement professionals, communication consultants,policy makers, civil engineers, urban architects, technology experts and related professions.

If you would like to be a speaker or a corporate sponsor of the third NCEIF, please go to our website:  www.nceif.com.au   

We want you to leave this event with an understanding of where our industry is heading, with practical ideas that you can implement on your projects. We want you to gain so many new contacts your phone directory can’t cope and to have had fun in the process!

Ultimately, we want you to know that what you do is important, and you are supported and valued.

NCEIF 2020 Prospectus

latest postS

We are pleased to announce that Consultation Manager and Social Pinpoint have joined GHD and Comacon Pty. Ltd. as sponsors for the 2021 National Community Engagement for Infrastructure Forum (NCEIF), including the upcoming breakfast webinar in December.

As community engagement professionals, we need to look after ourselves to ensure we are in peak shape!

The digital landscape is constantly changing, and the pace of change is also increasing. MySite CCO, James Moore, will chair a discussion with Colin Goudie, MySite CTO on digital trends and advancements that will influence community engagement over the years to come. Guest speaker, Matt Ensor from Beca AI, will close out the session by discussing Beca’s development of an AI-powered conversational agent named Tala to engage people in diverse communities who would traditionally not take part in public consultation.