As a valued member of the Australasian Housing Institute (Ahi), we invite you and all housing sector colleagues (whether Ahi members or not) to a FREE, fun and informal networking event in Adelaide. It will be held on Monday 17th May from 4pm at The General Havelock Hotel, 162 Hutt Street, Adelaide.
It's FREE to attend, so come along and be part of the conversation as Dr Tony Gilmour, President of the Housing Action Network discusses:
You may be a new corporate member who hasn't yet attended an Ahi event? … and if that's you … then this is a perfect opportunity to get to know the Ahi and mix with other housing professionals in a relaxed and fun environment. So don't be shy, come and enjoy a social time with your sector colleagues and make some new housing connections.
If you are an existing member who has enjoyed these Ahi events before, then please join us once again and bring along and introduce a friend so they can also share the fun, professional networking, and experience how Ahi membership connects you with many housing colleagues in Adelaide.
So all housing sector colleagues are welcome (members and non-members), please register your attendance (FREE) on the Ahi website via the link below and we look forward to seeing you there.
Whilst this is a FREE event, registration is required to be assigned CPD points. Beverages will be available for purchase.
Physical Distancing at this event:
While the SA Government regulations permit this gathering, event attendees are reminded to follow good hygiene habits and physical distancing, including keeping 1.5 metres away from others, not making unnecessary physical contact with others, avoiding physical greetings, such as handshakes, hugs and kisses. For more information, see Australian Government advice for physical distancing.
Ahi Members are eligible to log 10 CPD points for attending this event.
CPD points can assist members to achieve Ahi Professional Certification status. Ahi Professional Certification is awarded to housing professionals who have demonstrated a commitment to the housing profession and continuing professional development.
The venue for this event has strict health and hygiene protocols in place, including Covid safe dining practices and density limits that comply with Government requirements.
Event attendees are reminded to check-in at the venue and follow good hygiene habits and physical distancing, to help keep yourself and others safe: