Registrations are open for:
- Pre-conference workshop program, Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 September >>> see workshop program details
- AES 2018 International Evaluation Conference, Wednesday 19 to Friday 21 September
Join colleagues from around New Zealand, Australia, the Asia Pacific region, and the world to explore the theme Transformations. Please note that all persons attending the conference must register, including all accepted paper presenters and chairpersons.
Registration fees (per delegate)
Early bird price
THREE DAY CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
|Member 3 days||A$965||A$1,145|
|Non Member 3 days||A$1,185||A$1,365|
Full-time Student 3 days
ONE DAY CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
|One day only Member 19 or 20 or 21 September||A$520||A$570|
|One day only Non Member 19 or 20 or 21 September||A$595||A$650|
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP (PER WORKSHOP AND DELEGATE)
Note: The AES cannot guarantee that each workshop will go ahead as scheduled. If a workshop is cancelled, you will be offered a place in another workshop, or a refund.
|Whole day workshop Member 17 or 18 September||A$440|
|Whole day workshop Non Member 17 or 18 September||A$605|
|Whole day workshop Student# 17 or 18 September||A$303|
|Half day workshop Member 17 or 18 September||A$231|
|Half day workshop Non Member 17 or 18 September||A$396|
|Half day workshop Student# 17 or 18 September||A$198|
# Student discount:
Registration process for pre-conference workshop program:
Online registration closes Tuesday 3 September 2018. Thereafter, conference registrations will be available on site and incur a fee calculated as 10% of your appropriate registration amount.
Support participation by Emerging Indigenous Evaluators
Upon registration, each delegate will have the opportunity to choose a ticket extra as a donation to support the participation of Emerging Indigenous Evaluators' participation in aes18 International Evaluation Conference in Launceston. The ticket extras for donating are available at the rate of $30, $50, and $150 (GST free). You can also choose to donate in multiples or combinations of these amounts.
This is a donation to the charitable organisation Australasian Evaluation Society Ltd who will use all of the donated funds to directly support Emerging Indigenous Evaluators to attend the conference. As its contribution, the Australasian Evaluation Society will waive registration fees for supported participants.
AES membership rates
If you wish to join the AES as a member and take advantage of the discounted member rate, please complete a membership application before submitting your registration by navigating to https://www.aes.asn.au/join-the-aes/apply-to-join.html
Organisational members registration conditions
By using the VIP code provided to your organisation:
- Staff who are also Individual Members receive 10% off the member registration fee (you will be asked to enter your unique four-digit AES member number).
- Staff who are NOT Individual Members receive 10% off the non-member registration fee.
Please note that:
- the VIP code has been sent to the main contact for the Organisational Membership. If you are a staff member of an Organisational Member, please ask your organisation for the VIP code so that you can use it when registering.
Are you new to evaluation or/and to the AES conference?
We will be arranging social networking events for conference first-timers and delegates new to evaluation. If 2018 is the first time you are attending an AES International Evaluation Conference, or you are new to evaluation, be sure to check the appropriate box on the online registration form.
- Welcome Cocktail reception, Tuesday 18 September (evening) at Penny Royal Wine Bar and Restaurant
- AES 2018 Awards for Excellence in Evaluation Gala Dinner
All three-day conference registrations include entry to the AES Awards Gala Dinner. Additional tickets are available for Day Delegates and Gala Awards Dinner only guests online at the time of registration.
Wednesday 19 September 2018 (evening)
Venue: Albert Hall, 47 Tamar Street, Launceston
Dress: Smart Casual
Additional tickets: $115 (inc. GST)
Letters of invitation (for visa purposes)
The AES wishes to support international attendees in their efforts to secure the needed travel documentation and recognises that letters of invitation can help smooth the visa application process. More details here.
Terms and conditions
Looking for accommodation?
A range of accommodation options are available here.
How to get to Launceston
As Tasmania is Australia's Island State, there are only two ways to enter the State – either by plane or ferry.
Launceston airport is located just 15km from the city of Launceston and serves more than 1.3 million passengers annually. Jetstar, Virgin Australia and Qantas all operate frequent affordable direct services between Launceston and Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney.
For some, it can be a toss-up between flying, or catching the boat and bringing your own vehicle. The trip over Bass Strait on the Spirit of Tasmania ferry takes about 10 hours or so. May to November the twin ships do one sailing each a day, leaving Devonport (Tasmania) and Melbourne (Victoria) in the evening and arriving at their respective destinations early morning, passing each other on the high seas in the dark of night.