2019 Conference Registration - Early Bird
The NSW Apiarists Association 2019 Conference
Wednesday 15thMay 2019 – Friday 17thMay 2019
Venue: Panthers Bathurst
132 Piper Street Bathurst NSW 2795
For all Registrations Paid by 31st March 2019
Register online via the REGISTER NOW button or download our Conference Registration Form
Full Confrence Registration
Each registration includes all conference sessions on Thursday 16th & Friday 17th May 2019, access to the Trade Show and 1 ticket to the Wine & Cheese night, morning tea and lunch both days.
- Member (includes members of NSW Amateur Beekeepers Association) - $200
- Partner of a Member - $150
- Non-Member - $300 (if you would like to become a base NSWAA member please select that option)
One Day Registration
One day registration includes entry to either Day 1 or Day 2 of the 2019 conference, lunch and morning tea for that day.
- One Day - Member (includes member NSW Amateur Beekeepers Association) - $125
- One Day - Partner of a Member - $90
- One Day - Non-Member - $150
1/2 Day Business Session $50.00
Wednesday 15th May 2019
Jillian Hamilton is the Managing Director of Manage Damage, a global risk management advisory firm.
Following her extensive career across many industries, Jillian saw the need to approach safety and risk in a different way. Her vast knowledge on health and safety has seen many businesses save millions of dollars in damage costs.
Jillian’s impressive academic background consists of a Post Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health, Safety and the Environment and a Bachelor in Natural Resource Economics. Jillian has studied the complete set of key skill sets for risk, ranging from ergonomics, to economics to ecometrics to environmental law and politics.
Most Outstanding Risk Management Advisory Firm of the Year 2018
2018 Gold Stevie Award (Asia Pacific) for Product Innovation for HR
2018 Gold Stevie Award (Asia Pacific) for Product Innovation for a Business to Business Service
2018 Gold Stevie Awards (International) for Safety & Environment Program of the Year
Risk Management Advisory Firm of the Year in 2017
Gold Award for Business Excellence in 2017
Finalist in the Anthill Cool Company Awards 2017 & 2018.
Jillian works for the International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC), where her mission is to promote engagement and understanding of work, health, safety and accident compensation programs around the world.
Jillian is also on the Board of The Compassionate Friends Inc QLD a non-for profit from Australia and also the Uganda Foundation Board based out of United Kingdom.
Jillian was an international speaker at the XXI World Congress on Safety & Health at Work 2017 in Singapore for the first ever Vision Zero Launch.
Spoke at the Nigeria Lagos Vision Zero Conference and was the organiser of the Vision Zero for Australia and has been recognised as a Vision Zero Profile.
When asked what Jillian’s philosophy for life is, she remarked “We get one shot at life and living and I want to say that if I died tomorrow I had no regrets, I tried everything and didn’t leave any stones unturned. There are so many amazing places and people in this world – I look forward to seeing as many people and places as I can.” This is shown by the list of places she has visited, career highlights and achievements, and has contributed to Jillian appearing on radio, winning awards and speaking at many events.
As a well-connected inspirational game changer, whose mission is to raise the profile on risk and safety within the workplace, Jillian’s one goal is to make customers self-sustainable so that they can stand on their own as soon as possible. Her strong leadership skills and innovative ideas has led to her to quickly become a valued thought leader within the industry.
Toby Jones (Rural Financial Counsellor)
Toby's family has been based in Bathurst for around 50 years and while Toby's career has meant living in Sydney and abroad, he has always considered the family farm to be home. Toby joined the RFCSCR in November 2018, based in Bathurst.
Following 30 years in the corporate world, both in Australia and overseas, Toby and his wife returned home to Bathurst to take over the family farm from his elderly parents. In 2014 he completed his Agricultural Cert IV and has spent the last few years rebuilding the farm and drought proofing while dealing with an unprecedented dry period. Toby found this process challenging, and even with his father's guidance, it has been difficult to make the farm productive. He has found that his business skills have been fundamental in planning and managing, but recognises that the best laid plans are only as good as the reality the conditions allow.
Toby and his wife have two adult children now settled in their careers in Sydney, and despite the 'baptism of fire' of returning home to the farm in the middle of a drought, they're both enjoying being back in Bathurst and particularly on the farm.
Counsellor: Toby Jones
P. 1800 940 404 F. 1800 950 951 E-mail:
Wine & Cheese Night - Sponsored by Ecrotek
Thursday 16th May 2019
Friday 17th May 2019