YOUNG MEN'S HEALTH FORUM //
SYDNEY WEST 2019
NOTE: our event is booked out with 260 students from 20 schools. Whilst our event is booked out, we strongly encourage schools to still register. Once registered, your school will be placed on a waiting list. This ensures we are able to notify your school if there is an opportunity to attend e.g. if an attending school is unable to attend.
OUR EVENT //
The Young Men’s Health Forum aims to encourage young males to re-evaluate their perspectives on the pivotal issues concerning young men’s health and provide them with the tools to enhance decision-making. The forum uses a combination of keynote speakers and small discussion sessions to help young men have a conversation about a range of important issues concerning their health and wellbeing.
EVENT DETAILS //
Friday, 29th of March 2019
8.00am - 3:10pm
Parramatta RSL, O’Connell St & Macquarie St
Parramatta NSW 2150
Year 10 male students
$40 per attendee (excl.GST)
(includes snacks, morning tea and lunch)
HOW TO REGISTER //
STEP 1- SCHOOL REGISTRATION FORM //
CLICK HERE to complete the online registration form.
The registration form will include the following:
STEP 2 - MEDIA PERMISSION, ATTENDEE DETAILS
AND PAYMENT //
Once the school has submitted their online registration form, schools will receive a return email. Schools must complete 3 mandatory requirements to finalise their attendance at the forum:
REGISTRATION CONDITIONS //
At each forum, Conviction Group captures moment of the event through photo and video. Due to the size of the event, students may be photographed and/or filmed during the day. All attending students will require media permission from their parent/guardian.
All attending students will require media permission form.
MAXIMUM ATTENDEES //
Schools are encouraged to select students that would benefit most from the forum. Schools may send a maximum of 20 students and 2 accompanying teachers to attend the forum.
STUDENT HEALTH CONDITIONS //
Attending teachers are required to ensure that students with health conditions carry with them the appropriate medical tools (e.g. an inhaler if asthmatic).
STUDENT NAME CHANGES //
Whilst a school confirms the number of students attending at the start of the registration process, changes to the attendee details can be made up until Friday, 31st of May close of business.
During the forum, students will be asked to complete an online anonymous questionnaire about key health topics, as well as an online forum feedback form. If they have access to one, we kindly ask students to bring a mobile device with internet connectivity to complete these questionnaires. This information will allow Conviction Group to better understand the knowledge young men have regarding various topics and will help improve future programs. All data may be used on print, electronic and/or social media platforms.
Conviction Group is not responsible for transport and parking to and from the venue.
Whilst all speakers have confirmed at the time of this publication, Conviction Group cannot guarantee their attendance and should they withdraw, school will be notified immediately.
Whilst Conviction Group provides speakers with a briefing on their respective topics, the experiences and opinions shared are those of the speaker and Conviction Group does not officially endorse or claim ownership of any content shared by these speakers.
The payment due date will be 2 weeks after the online registration has been received. Please note that given the limited number of seating and schools attending, any booking cancellations or reductions to the number of attendees registered after the online registration form has been submitted will still hold the school liable for full payment.
CONSEQUENCES OF MISBEHAVIOUR //
Conviction Group expects all attending students to interact respectfully with other students, teachers, and volunteers. Students that repeatedly engage in misbehaviour may have this raised with their accompanying teacher and as a last measure, be asked to leave the forum.
PROPERTY THEFT //
Whilst every room is facilitated and supervised by volunteers, Conviction Group is not responsible for any personal property brought to the forum.