Held on 26th and 27 September 2013 the National Works & Engineering Conference for 2013 was a great success.  With over 300 participants, a hall full of exhibitors and opportunities to see first hand how some products are used, it created a great atmosphere of camaraderie amongst all public works practitioners present.

The opening session motivational speaker had a clear message that communication is key to leadership.
The dinner speaker showed us one way to be famous is to pick something that no one else is famous for – in his case it was being the Australian Sudoko champion.

 

 

 

 

 

The tool box sessions were popular.  Here, graffiti removal products are being demonstrated.

    A demonstration patch was successfully placed in a section of the car park in about half an hour.

 

 

 

 

The closing speaker was Steve Monoghetti, our famous marathon runner from Ballarat.  He spoke about his journey to reach the commonwealth games team and then on to the olympics team using the term POWER where “P” is potential and “R” is the ability to realise the potential and the “OWE” is an outstanding work ethic or in other words shear hard work!

 

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