Information poster about older burials of aboriginal burial places issued by the Victorian (AU) Government,
How can you utilise your data to gain new insights into your cemetery or crematorium business? Are you getting the information you need to make better business decisions? Do you know your top selling products, sales revenue trends or where your customers are coming from?
There are a couple of updates to the information website that may be of interest to our members, users and visitors. The site can be accessed at https://info.ccansw.org.au - then scroll down and click on "Other Resources"
Specifically the new resources include a new category:
Delegates are responsible for booking and settling their account directly with:
There are a limited number of rooms on hold for CCANSW conference delegates.
Standard Non-Bayview room (single/twin) @ $189 per night
For other accommodation room types please refer to the attached Novotel Accommodation Booking Form.
Full buffet breakfast @ $22 per person.
Car parking @ $15 per car per day.
For accommodation reservations, please contact, Sally, Novotel Reservations Supervisor, by either:
Booking Form: Please complete and return the attached Novotel Accommodation Booking Form to the Novotel.
Rooms reserved for conference attendees will be released by 13 October 2017 and are subject to availability. Rooms are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment!
Delegates are required to make their own travel arrangements to and from Melbourne.
The accommodation venue is approximately 40 minutes from the Melbourne airport. Of course, this depends on traffic conditions!
During November the mean temperatures can range from 11.9°C to 21.9°C.
CCANSW Full financial Member receive one free conference registration.
For specific cost details, please refer to the Registration Form.
Thursday Business Sessions: Includes the coach transfers to and from the Novotel St Kilda to Bunurong Memorial Park, the Thursday presentations, the CCANSW EGM & AGM and the Bunurong Memorial Park cemetery tour, lunch, morning and afternoon tea.
Thursday Dinner: Includes pre-dinner drinks, canapes, dinner and dinner beverage.
Friday Business Sessions: Includes the coach transfers to and from the Novotel St Kilda to Springvale Botanical Cemetery, the Friday guest presentations, lunch, morning and afternoon tea.
Friday Dinner: Includes dinner and dinner beverage.
All sessions are smart casual. No ties or coats are required.
For the day sessions, closed in walking shoes are recommended as, each day, there is a cemetery tour.
To enable numbers to be confirmed for all activities, please complete the attached attendance form and return to the CCANSW Secretariat by Friday, 13 October 2017.
Speakers and presenters are subject to change without notice as well as the agenda timeframe.
Information and opinions given by the speakers and presenters are strictly their own. They are not necessarily endorsed or supported by the Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of New South Wales.
The speeches, material and presentations made during the course of the meeting and conference are offered for information purposes only. They are not a substitute for applying your own diligence, investigation and quality management. Though every effort has been made to ensure that the information presented is accurate and up to date, you must carefully consider the content's accuracy, currency and relevance for their purposes. Appropriate professional advice relevant to their particular circumstance is recommended. The Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of New South Wales accepts no liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred by use of, or reliance on, the information you derive from the meeting and conference or any materials referred to therein.
Funerary customs comprise the complex of beliefs and practices used by a culture to remember and respect the dead, from interment itself, to various monuments, prayers, and ritualsundertaken in their honor. Customs vary widely both between cultures and between religious groups and denominations within cultures.
To help us better understand we've added a new section about "Death and Funeral Customs" to the Information Website. The intent is to provide you, especially those of you working in multicultural communities, with information about death customs practiced by different religions and communities..
A couple of new pages to help you find online resources related to the governance, administration and control of cemeteries & crematoria have been added to the Information Website. We hope you'll find this non tracking and non-intrusive approach useful next time you need to rummage around the web to find resources for your cemetery or crematorium
Register a birth, apply for a certificate, change your name or search your family history. The registration of births, deaths and marriages, changes of name, changes of sex, adoptions and provision of certificates is the responsibility of the state and territory governments in Australia.
The following are links to the registrar's website in each state and territory:
NSW VIC QLD SA TAS WA NT ACT
The conditions for obtaining information from each will vary, and each application you make will probably attract a fee.
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