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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
In addition to our standard conference programme this year we are offering
professional development at optional “Advanced Classes”. These classes will
be held one day prior to conference on Thursday 13 August 2015 at the Sky
City Convention Centre. Numbers are strictly limited and entrance to the
Advanced Classes is included in the full registration fee. Please note that the
Advanced Classes are capped at 60 attendees per session. Acceptance to the
Advanced Classes will be allocated on a first in first served basis. Please refer
to the programme for more information relating to the Advanced Classes.
Registration closes 31 July 2015
Register online at
www.pb4lconference.co.nz
REGISTRATION INCLUSIONS
Entrance to conference, catering, conference bag, name tag, pen, pad
and conference handbook.
Please note that spaces for
conference are limited. We advise
that registration priority will be
given to those schools that are
already participating in Positive
Behaviour for Learning School-wide.
A confirmation letter will be issued to the attendee confirming their
registration details. An invoice will be issued DIRECT to the school/
organisation.
13-15 AUGUST
SKYCITY
CONVENTION
CENTRE
CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY
88 FEDERAL ST, AUCKLAND
CONFIRMATIONS
All cancellations of registration should be sent in writing to EventMergers
prior to 22 July 2015. Cancellations received prior to this date will receive a
refund less an administration fee of NZ$150.00. Regrettably cancellations
after this date cannot be refunded. A transfer of the registration to
another person may be available, please contact our Conference Manager,
EventMergers.
TRAVEL INSURANCE
It is recommended that you take your own personal travel insurance for your
domestic flights to provide coverage for unforeseen events beyond your control.
REGISTRATION FEES
PER PERSON / INC GST
$575 REGISTRATION
INCLUDES OPTIONAL
ADVANCED CLASSES
(LIMITED TO 60
ATTENDEES PER CLASS)
DISCLAIMER
The registration form and programme is correct on the date of release.
However, the PB4L-SW Conference Organising Committee reserves the right
to change the registration form and programme at any time without notice
to registrants and reserves the right to decline registrations.
The PB4L-SW Conference Organising Committee and EventMergers shall not
be responsible for any costs and damages arising from any action based on
the information contained in this form or programme.
The conference committee reserves the right to cancel the Advanced Classes
if sufficient interest is not received.
During the course of the public events we take photographs for use on our
website and other promotional material relating to Positive Behaviour for
Learning School-wide.
CONFERENCE MANAGERS
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Please feel free to call EventMergers our Conference Managers if you have
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CONFERENCE ATTENDEE DETAILS
PLEASE INCLUDE ONLY ONE REGISTRATION PER FORM
Title
First name
Last name
Please tick from the list below that best describes your role:
Role
Role Description
Senior Leaders
Principal, Associate Principal, Deputy Principal
Middle Leaders
Head of Faculty, Head of Department, Dean, Teacher in Charge
Teacher
Specialist Teacher, SENCO, Teacher Aide, School Counsellor, Librarian
PB4L-SW
Coach, Trainer, Team Leader
RTLB Cluster
Manager, Practice Leader
Ministry of Education
PB4L-SW Practitioner
Board Member
Parent Representative, Proprietor’s Representative, Commissioner/LSM
Community
Parent, Kaumatua, NZ Police, Corrections, Youth Justice
Academic
University Professor, Doctor, Instructor
Other
Please comment
Home postal address
Suburb
City
Postcode
Email address
of the attendee to receive conference information
Phone
Mobile
Dietary requirements please list
Special requirements please list
SCHOOL/ORGANISATION
Name of school/organisation
Contact name for enquiries and accounts
Postal address
Suburb
City
Postcode
Email
Phone
Mobile
GENERAL
Is your school currently engaged in Positive Behaviour
Yes
No
N/A
for Learning School-wide?
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ADVANCED CLASSES: THURSDAY 13 AUGUST 2015
ADVANCED CLASSES OVERVIEW: Classes are focused on a particular theme or kaupapa for the duration of the day. They are designed to be interactive
to allow participants to share ideas and experience with others to support adopting and enhancing implementation of PB4L-SW. Classes will align and
integrate with the key principles and framework of PB4L-SW.
BACKGROUND: 596 schools are engaged with PB4L-SW and 67 schools that are beginning this year. The first cohort received training in 2009/10.
There are 92 schools that have been trained in tier two. Previously, people that have attended with a range of roles and functions, such as: school staff
members, Principals, Deputy Principals, Board of Trustees, Universities and Government departments. Attendees come from all types of schools. This is
the first year that we will be holding advanced classes immediately prior to the actual two day conference.
7.00am
Registration open New Zealand Promenade, Level 5
8.45am
Welcome New Zealand Room 1
9.00am-10.30am
Concurrent Session 1 – Advanced Classes (OPTIONAL)
Please note: 60 attendees per class, from the programme select ONE Advanced Class for the duration of the day
A. Advanced Class:
B. Advanced Class
C. Advanced Class
D. Advanced Class
E. Advanced Class
Strengthening Inclusive
Practice – PB4L-SW meets
success for all: This advanced
class will be facilitated by
Lynda Stuart, Principal of
May Road School; Myles
Ferris, Principal of Te Kura o
Otangarei; and Phil Palfrey,
Principal of Manurewa East
School who are members of
the Ministry of Education’s
Inclusive Practice and the
School Curriculum Sector
Advisory Group as well as
leading School Wide schools.
In this class you will see
how the tools developed to
strengthen inclusive practice
can be used to good effect
in PB4L-SW setting. You
will engage with the tools
and see what works and
what doesn’t. From this
class you will have a better
understanding of strategies
for school leaders and
teachers to enable them to
include all students in their
classroom programmes.
Suggested Participants:
Primary School leaders and
coaches.
The Role of the Coach and
Team Leader in
PB4L-SW: This advanced
class is facilitated by
PB4L-SW Coaches and
Practitioners who have
supported their school
teams to implement
PB4L- SW in their schools.
In this class they will share
their experiences and
facilitate key areas pertinent
to the role of Coach and
Team Leader such as
sustaining implementation
efforts, supporting a schoolwide team and balancing
workload pressures.
Presenters: PB4L-SW
Practitioners; Liz Winfield,
Joshua Couperus and School
Coaches: Nicola Jackman
(Aotea College),
Kate Parker-Corney
(Queen Elizabeth College)
Suggested participants:
Coaches and team leaders.
Modern Learning
Environments in PB4L-SW:
This advanced class
will be facilitated by
Louisa Barham (Principal
Peachgrove Int School), Lisa
Morrissey (Principal Mount
Maunganui Int School) and
Jill Weldon (Principal Te
Puke Intermediate School).
The class addresses current
challenges faced by school
leaders who want to
maintain a PB4L-SW climate
and culture while responding
to the ministry’s current
requirements for schools
to be “Modern Learning
Environments” (MLE).
You will see how PB4L-SW
and MLE philosophies can
complement each other
and how they can be used
proactively to develop
successful schools that
exemplify modern learning
protocols using PB4L-Sw
practices. You will take
away examples of positive
practices while also being
alerted to potential pitfalls.
Session 1: Establishing
Knowledge Content
Suggested Participants:
School leaders, teachers,
BOT members.
Communities of Practice
in PB4L-SW: This advanced
class is facilitated by Kate
Gainsford (Principal Aotea
College) and Nicola Jackman
(PB4L-SW coach) who
have overcome barriers and
developed consensus on
the way to make PB4LSW a living thing in their
community. In this class
they will share their stories,
what worked and what
didn’t and how they were
able to mould PB4L-SW into
a sustainable model for their
school and their community.
From this you will take away
ideas about how to overcome
barriers to whole school and
community participation and
will have some time to think
about how this could work in
your school.
Restorative Practice (RP)
in PB4L-SW: This advanced
class will be facilitated by
Andy Fraser (Principal Otaki
College) and Murray Lucas
(Principal Tawa College)
who have implemented
restorative practices in
their schools and worked
to develop the PB4L-SW RP
kete. In this class they will
take you through PB4L-SW
approaches to RP that are
modelled in their schools.
They will show how the
exercises available in the
five books can be used to
the greatest effect and the
things you can expect to
encounter on the way.
From this you will have a
better understanding of
how to implement RP with
fidelity in your school.
Suggested Participants:
Anyone involved in RP who
wants to learn about the
PB4L-SW model. Some
experience of RP is expected.
(Secondary focus).
10.30am
Morning Refreshments Auckland Room 1+2, Level 4
11.00am-12.30pm
Advanced Classes continue...
Suggested participants:
School leaders, coaches,
and community agencies
(Secondary and across
schools focus).
A. Advanced Class:
B. Advanced Class
C. Advanced Class
D. Advanced Class
E. Advanced Class
Strengthening Inclusive
Practice – PB4L-SW meets
success for all
Continuation of above
The Role of the Coach and
Team Leader in PB4L-SW
Continuation of above
Modern Learning
Environments in PB4L-SW
Session 2: Positive practices
and Potential pitfalls
Communities of Practice in
PB4L-SW
Restorative Practice (RP) in
PB4L-SW
Continuation of above
Continuation of above
12.30pm – 1.30pm
Lunch Auckland Room 1+2, Level 4
1.30pm-3.00pm
Advanced Classes continue...
A. Advanced Class:
B. Advanced Class
C. Advanced Class
D. Advanced Class
E. Advanced Class
Strengthening Inclusive
Practice – PB4L-SW meets
success for all
Continuation of above
The Role of the Coach and
Team Leader in PB4L-SW
Continuation of above
Modern Learning
Environments in PB4L-SW
Communities of Practice in
PB4L-SW
Restorative Practice (RP) in
PB4L-SW
Session 3: Questions/
Answers/ Reflections/Future
planning
Continuation of above
Continuation of above
3.00pm – 3.30pm
Wrap Up & Afternoon Refreshments New Zealand Room 1
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DAY ONE: FRIDAY 14 AUGUST 2015
7.15am-8.40am
Registration open New Zealand Promenade, Level 5
8.40am
Powhiri – Conference Opening, Student participation from Western Springs High School Kapa Haka
New Zealand Rooms 3+4, Level 5
9.00am
Opening Address – Angela Roberts, PPTA President New Zealand Rooms 3+4
9.10am
Minister’s Address – Hon Hekia Parata New Zealand Rooms 3+4
10.00am
Morning Refreshments Auckland Room 1+2, Level 4
10.30am
Keynote One: Dr George Sugai, Professor, Special Education
The Fundamentals of Classroom Behavior Management within a Tiered System of Behaviour Support: The purpose of this
presentation is to describe the importance, key practices, and systems of effective classroom behaviour management
practices within a multitiered system of behaviour support. Topics include teaching instructional routines, integrating within
school-wide systems, and establishing positive classroom climates. New Zealand Rooms 3+4
11.30am-12.45pm
Concurrent Session 1 – International Expert & New Zealand Best Practice Workshops begin
1. Dr George Sugai,
International Guest Speaker
Theory to Research to Practice:
Improving Implementation of Tiered
Systems of Behaviour Support.
The purpose of this presentation
is to revisit core features of
PB4L-SW in the multitiered
behaviour framework context. How
theory shapes research and practice
is considered using implementation
examples from school climate and
positive behaviour support.
2. Dr Lucille Eber,
3. Diana Shepherd, Practice
International Guest Speaker, State and Implementation Manager
Coordinator, Illinois PBIS Network PB4L-SW & Martin Henry, PPTA
4. Sally Boyd, Senior Researcher,
New Zealand Council for
Educational Research
Installing Tier 2: Systems Data and
Practices
Tier 2 behavioural systems build
directly from the research-based
foundation of the Universal PB4L-SW
structure. This session will describe
how schools/districts can build Tier
2 systems, data and behavioural
practices, thus developing capacity
for effectively supporting students
needing more targeted supports.
Examples of foundational Tier 2
interventions and structures will be
shared.
A local view: What can evaluation
findings tell us about PB4L-SW
successes and challenges in a New
Zealand context?
This presentation draws on the
findings from a two-year evaluation
of PB4L School-Wide in New
Zealand to discuss short-term
outcomes across schools, and
implementation challenges and
solutions.
Suggested Participants: Primary,
intermediate and secondary focus.
PBIS in the US of A
In this workshop Martin will explore
a visit to Salem High School with
requisite ghost stories and the use of
witch sticks to improve behaviour. He
will also reflect on the similarities of
barriers towards full implementation
whatever part of the world you’re in
and the sorts of things that may help
a New Zealand specific approach.
He will report on New York system
of PBIS implementation and the
learning we can do around big city
implementation.
Diana will look at our visits to
Elementary Schools, in particular
Quincy Elementary School. She will
also reflect on the things we learnt
from the American system that could
have implications for New Zealand’s
implementation of PB4L-SW.
12.45pm-1.45pm
Lunch with student participation and light entertainment by Avondale College Auckland Room 1+2, Level 4
1.45pm-3.00pm
Concurrent Session 2 – School Seminars begin
5. Avondale College
6. Gore High School
7. KatiKati College
8. Oxford Area School
HEART - the Avondale College PB4LSW journey
Avondale College is the largest
school in NZ implementing PB4LSW. A recent ERO visit found our
initiatives to have “lived culture - not
rhetoric, with integrity”. This session
will cover our 2 ½ year journey.
Integrating Restorative Practice
Principles Into The PB4L-SW
Framework – One School’s Approach
This session will explore how the
school has used flow diagrams
and a continuum of consequences
to manage both minor and
major problem behaviours. Key
documentation - ‘high on structure
and support’ - will be shared.
Maintaining Momentum - Enablers
And Barriers To Effectively
Implementing Tier 1 With Fidelity
Throughout our PB4L-SW journey
we have encountered enablers and
barriers that we would like to share
with others to enable them to learn
from our mistakes and take heart
from our successes.
How Do You Make It Work, How Do
You Make It Yours?
You’ve seen the examples of
implementation in schools, you’ve
been to the training days, you’ve
read the books? Successful tips and
tricks that work from 5 year olds to
18 year olds.
3.00pm
Afternoon Refreshments Auckland Room 1+2, Level 4
3.30pm-4.30pm
Keynote Two: Mina Pomare-Peita, Principal at Te Kura Taumata o Panguru, Northland
Change to Positive Behaviour for Learning School-wide for Maori Students: Successful Maori are reluctant to put themselves
out there for others to model or learn from - “Kaore te kumara e whaakii ana tana reka” - “The kumara does not say how
sweet he/she is” and Mina is no exception in that thinking and although attitudes are changing and forthright people will
say what is needed to be said, Mina has asked colleagues to write her bio for her. Mina gained her Masters in Maori Boys
education and started her PHD study in 2014 where she is researching the extent of Pakeha teachers and how they have
influenced and contributed to educational outcomes for Maori. She has been a leader, tumuaki for 17 years and an educator
for many more. Mina comes from Panguru, North Hokianga.
New Zealand Rooms 3+4
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DAY ONE: FRIDAY 14 AUGUST 2015 (continued...)
4.30pm-4.45pm
Close of Day One New Zealand Rooms 3+4
4.45pm-7.00pm
Networking and refreshments amongst the school poster displays. Entertainment by Soul Samba Circus.
The following schools will be presenting posters: Auckland Room 1+2, Level 4
Dominion Road School: Review of School Wide Behaviour Systems
We are now in our third year of the PB4L-SW programme. Our team
(including students) regularly meets to review data, new initiatives, discuss
and plan the next steps in our journey. The PB4L-SW contract has enabled
us to review and strengthen our current systems, deepen our understanding
across the organisation and move forward collaboratively.
Homai School, Kelvin Road School & Reremoana School
A collective theme by three Auckland primary schools - “First Year out of
Training”
Linwood College: You Can’t Reason With Someone Who is Unreasonable
At Christchurch’s Linwood College, we have been working from the ground
up in our journey from referral to restorative approaches. We have had
some unique challenges to face that have given rise to some very practical
solutions. Some of the changes we have made to our environment using
an integrated pathways approach, we are striving to put connection before
correction through PB4L-SW.
Longford Intermediate School: A Five Year Journey Of Discovery Using
PB4L-SW in an Intermediate School.
PB4L-SW is the foundation and guides decisions and change to make school
safe and effective for 100% of students. Promoting community engagement
and involvement has helped drive change and been successful in doing so.
Mount Aspiring College: Our Maunga, Our Climb
Our 3 year journey has been exciting yet very challenging. We have completely
changed our framework to be more sustainable and culturally responsive. It
now has heart, meaning and our students embrace it with pride.
Positive behaviour means fewer criminals and safer communities.
This Poster presentation describes active partnerships between Police
and PB4L-SW schools to achieve shared goals through shared planning in
accordance with shared principles and values. PB4L-SW schools describe the
added value Police bring to positively impact the behaviour of students.
Runanga School: Using a Passive Playground to Overcome the ‘Mind-Field’
of the Typical Playground
The playground is a ‘mind-field’ for ASD children which often leads to
confrontations with and social isolation from their peers. Establishing a
passive playground allows for positive interaction between neuro-typical
and ASD children.
University of Canterbury: The Effects of Teaching The Prevent-TeachReinforce Model To Teachers And Their Reliability Of Recording Disruptive
Behaviours In The Classroom
This poster provides an overview of the study methodology as well as the
results that are available to date. This ongoing project will be contextualised
within relevant P-T-R literature and the New Zealand educational context.
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DAY TWO: SATURDAY 15 AUGUST 2015
7.30am-8.30am
Registration open New Zealand Promenade, Level 5
8.30am
Welcome to Day Two. Sector Committee Speaker – Recap Day One highlights New Zealand Promenade, Level 5
9.00am
Keynote Three: Dr Lucille Eber, State Coordinator, Illinois PBIS Network
Integrating Mental Health Within a School-wide System of PB4LSW.
This presentation will describe how schools, partnering with mental health and other community providers, can expand their
continuum of multi-tiered systems of behavioral support for stronger prevention and intervention systems. Rationale, history and core
features of an Interconnected Systems Framework to address the mental health of all students through schools will be described.
New Zealand Rooms 3+4, Level 5
10.00am
Morning Refreshments Auckland Room 1+2, Level 4
10.30am-12.00pm
Concurrent Session 3 – International Expert & New Zealand Best Practice Workshops begin
9. Dr George Sugai,
International Guest Speaker
10. Virginia Burton-Konia,
Ministry of Education
Improving the Implementation
of Effective Tier 2/3 Practices and
Systems
Implementing effective
individualised and group-oriented
supports presents multiple
challenges to educators. The purpose
of this presentation is to describe
implementation efforts that
shift intensive behaviour support
systems from compliance to results.
Topics include features of effective
practices, implementation support
systems, and data-based decision
making.
Culture and Values
The Positive Behaviour for Learning
Action Plan was formally approved
by government and endorsed by
key education sector groups in
November 2019. What was the
intent of this action plan and has
this intent being achieved?
What are some of the key principles,
theories and frameworks that
underpin PB4L? What lessons have
been learnt along the way and where
to next?
12.00pm- 1.00pm
Lunch Auckland Room 1+2, Level 4
1.00pm-2.30pm
Concurrent Session 4 – School Seminars begin
11. Dr Lucille Eber,
12. Vaughan Couillault, Principal
International Guest Speaker, State James Cook High School
Coordinator, Illinois PBIS Network Where to next for us? What does the
Interconnecting School Mental
Health (student well being) and PB4L
This session will further describe the
Interconnected Systems Framework
for embedding evidence-based
mental health practices within multitiered behavioral systems in schools.
Implementation examples of
community and school leaders and
practitioners designing, delivering
and monitoring an expanded
continuum of evidence-based
practices will be shared.
data tell us?
A couple of questions that can
often be difficult to answer. The
idea of being able to quantify
behaviours that are causing concern,
areas where these behaviours are
occurring, or just who on the staff is
recording what can be intimidating.
This session hopes to create some
data clarity for you, to give you a
few simple tools to help demystify
“what’s on top?”.
13. Prospect School
14. Tarawera High School
15. Westport North School
16. Pakuranga Intermediate
Prospect School’s PB4L-SW Journey:
Resistance, Capacity, Sustainability
and Innovation
Prospect School’s journey into
PB4L-SW meant overcoming our
own resistance to new systems and
practices, developing leadership and
learning different pedagogies. Now
we are challenged with sustainability
and innovation for students with
major behaviours.
Tarawera High School: Where
M.A.N.A Flows... New School, New
Beginnings, New Challenges
The framework of PB4L-SW has
helped us to create a positive
school culture & develop a common
language across our school. We
have shared our journey with our
whanau, community, staff and most
importantly our students.
Getting Back on Track
Getting back on track is the PB4LSW story of how our Westport North
School started the PB4L-SW journey
with great enthusiasm, creativity and
a desire to embed PB4L-SW into the
culture of the school. After a great
start, things started to go wrong.
This is the story of how we worked
to turn it around and get back on
track.
Tier 2 at Pakuranga Intermediate
Pakuranga Intermediate is a decile
3, multi-cultural intermediate in
Auckland. Our Team will discuss the
successes and challenges we have
faced in establishing Tier 2 systems
and interventions in our School. A
specific focus of our presentation
will be on how we implement
the Check-In Check-Out (CICO)
intervention in our school through a
showcase of student and staff voice
and outcome data.
2.30pm-3.30pm
Panel Presentations
Panel Session: Future of PB4L-SW
Dr George Sugai, Dr Lucille Eber, Andrew Gibbons – Assoc Professor AUT, Angela Roberts – President PPTA, Louise Green – President NZEI Te Riu Roa.
Chair – Martin Henry, PPTA New Zealand Rooms 3+4, Level 5
3.30pm
Poroporoaki – Conference Wrap Up New Zealand Rooms 3+4, Level 5
3.50pm-4.20pm
Afternoon Refreshments Auckland Room 1+2, Level 4
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ADVANCED CLASSES SELECTION:
Acceptance to the Advanced Classes will be allocated on a first-in first-served basis. Using the indicative programme
(page 3) please indicate your class preference, as classes are strictly limited to 60 attendees per class.
THURSDAY 13 AUGUST 9.00AM - 3.00PM
PREFERENCE 1 (tick one)
PREFERENCE 2 (tick one)
Adv. Class A – Strngthg Inclusive Practice
Adv. Class B – Role of Coach & Team Ldr
Adv. Class C – Modern Learning Envnmts
Adv. Class D – Communities of Practice
Adv. Class E – Restorative Practice
PREFERENCE 3 (tick one)
Adv. Class A – Strngthg Inclusive Practice
Adv. Class B – Role of Coach & Team Ldr
Adv. Class C – Modern Learning Envnmts
Adv. Class D – Communities of Practice
Adv. Class E – Restorative Practice
Adv. Class A – Strngthg Inclusive Practice
Adv. Class B – Role of Coach & Team Ldr
Adv. Class C – Modern Learning Envnmts
Adv. Class D – Communities of Practice
Adv. Class E – Restorative Practice
WORKSHOP AND SEMINAR SELECTION:
Using the indicative programme (pages 4-6) please SELECT ONE workshop/seminar from each of the sessions available.
FRIDAY 14 AUGUST
SATURDAY 15 AUGUST
Session 1 – International Expert / Best Practice Workshops
Friday 14 August 11.30am-12.45pm
1
2
3
4
Session 3 – International Expert / Best Practice Workshops
Saturday 15 August 10.30am-12.00pm
9
10
11
12
Session 2 – School Seminars
Friday 14 August 1.45pm-3.00pm
5
6
7
8
Session 4 – School Seminars
Saturday 15 August 1.00pm-2.30pm
13
14
15
16
REGISTRATION PAYMENT
I confirm the purchase of one conference registration at the rate of $575.00 including gst per person
Please choose one of the following:
Cheque: Please make cheques payable to EVENTMERGERS PB4L 2015 CONFERENCE TRUST ACCOUNT
Online Banking: Kiwibank A/C 38-9016-0389904-00 (Please include invoice number as reference)
Credit Card: Please tick your choice of card:
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Card number
Expiry date
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We recommend that you retain a copy of this form for your records.
REGISTRATION TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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school/organisation will be invoiced for this registration. I confirm I have the authority to purchase this registration on
behalf of my school/organisation and that my school/organisation will be invoiced and is responsible for payment.
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CONFERENCE ACCOMMODATION
We are pleased to offer rooms at the special rate below. All pricing includes GST. These prices are exclusive to conference
attendees and cannot be booked direct with the hotels. Accommodation is subject to availability. Your account must be
settled direct with the hotel upon your departure. Prior to booking please refer to hotel terms and conditions at
www.pb4lconference.co.nz/accommodation.
PLEASE TICK YOUR PREFERRED ACCOMMODATION
All prices include GST and are quoted per room per night
Auckland City Hotel,157 Hobson Street
Ph. 09 925 0777
6 minute walk to conference venue
Deluxe Queen
Deluxe Twin Share 2x single beds
Executive Queen
Executive Twin Share 2x single beds
$130.00
$130.00
$145.00
$145.00
Breakfast: Available at the Mustard Seed Restaurant $25.00
per person. Parking: $25 per night, subject to availability.
Parking charges can be paid direct or added to your room bill.
Rendezvous Grand Hotel, 71 Mayoral Drive
Ph. 09 366 3000
6 minute walk to conference venue
Deluxe Room King
$180.00
Deluxe Room Twin Share 2 x king single beds $180.00
SKYCITY Hotel, 88 Federal Street
Ph. 09 363 7000
1 minute walk to conference venue
Premium King
Premium Twin Share
$209.00
$209.00
Breakfast: Available at the Fortuna Restaurant $22.90 per
person. Parking: $20 “One Shot” validated ticket for long
term parking in the general car park. See page 8 for further
parking terms and conditions.
WE RECOMMEND BOOKING
ACCOMMODATION WITH YOUR
REGISTRATION TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.
ROOMS MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE IF YOU
WISH TO ADD ACCOMMODATION TO YOUR
REGISTRATION AT A LATER DATE.
Breakfast: Available at the Pacific Restaurant $22.00 per
person. Parking: $20 for overnight self-parking or $40 for
overnight valet parking.
Check in date:
Check out date:
Please list the first and last name of the second guest (if applicable)
First name
Last name
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HOTEL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
PLEASE READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS PRIOR TO MAKING YOUR ACCOMMODATION BOOKING.
AUCKLAND CITY HOTEL
157 Hobson Street > 6 min walk to venue
www.aucklandcityhotel.co.nz
SKYCITY HOTEL
88 Federal Street > 1 min walk to venue
www.skycityauckland.co.nz/hotels/skycity-hotel
Non arrivals and cancellations: Cancellations or non
arrivals within 8-30 days before the agreed arrival date
will incur a charge of one night’s accommodation per
room. Cancellations and non arrivals within 7 days prior
to the agreed arrival date will incur a cancellation fee of
the full accommodation costs per room. All cancellations/
amendments must be received by EventMergers in writing.
Non arrivals and cancellations: Cancellations or non
arrivals within 30 days before the agreed arrival date
will incur a charge of one night’s accommodation per
room. All cancellations/amendments must be received by
EventMergers in writing. Cancellations and non arrivals
within 14 days prior to the agreed arrival date will incur
a cancellation fee of the full accommodation costs per
room. All cancellations/amendments must be received by
EventMergers in writing.
Check in: 2.00pm Check out: 11.00am
Payment: This reservation is subject to the following
requirements: Auckland City Hotel Credit Card
Authorisation Form needs to be sent to the hotel 30 days
prior to check in dates. The hotel will invoice the guest
directly and the full payment will be charged upon check out.
Parking: $25 per night, subject to availability. Parking
charges can be paid direct or added to your room bill.
RENDEZVOUS GRAND HOTEL
71 Mayoral Drive > 6 min walk to venue
www.tfehotels.com/brands/rendezvous-hotels/rendezvoushotel-auckland
Non arrivals and cancellations: Cancellations or non
arrivals within 7 days before the agreed arrival date
will incur a charge of two night’s accommodation per
room. Non arrivals prior to the agreed arrival date will
be charged a 100% cancellation fee. If the guest does
not arrive by 11am on the following day, the room will
be released automatically for the entire length of stay.
All cancellations/amendments must be received by
EventMergers in writing.
Check in: 3.00pm Check out: 11.00am
Payment: All reservations must be accompanied by a valid
credit card or have completed and sent in a 3rd party
authorisation form prior to arrival. This will be requested
on check in to guarantee incidentals should a guest not
have a credit card or completed the authorisation form
a cash bond of NZ$200.00 along with 100% of their
accommodation will be asked on check in along with
valid identification e.g. Passport, Drivers License. The hotel
reserves the right to refuse accommodation should this not
be adhered to.
Parking: $20 for overnight self-parking or $40 for overnight
valet-parking.
Check in: 3.00pm Check out: 11.00am
Early check in is available subject to occupancy the night
before. Late check out is subject to availability also and may
incur a half-day room charge.
Payment: Any board opting to be invoiced direct will
need to provide full payment by credit card or direct
debit/internet banking which will be payable by no later
than Friday 11 August 2015. Please note that if you are
paying by credit card a surcharge of 1.5% will apply. At
check in, each guest will be required to complete a hotel
registration form. Each guest’s credit card details will be
supplied in the rooming list provided by EventMergers. If
the guest’s account is pre-paid and the card holder is not
present, the guest will provide or have previously sent
a copy of the SKYCITY Credit Card Authorisation Form
to secure payment for the balance of all other services
provided during their stay (including, but not limited to,
room service and mini-bar charges). The SKYCITY Credit
Card Authorisation Form must be received no later than
29 July 2015. If no credit card details are provided, a cash
security deposit of $200.00 per night will be required.
Parking: A discounted rate is available from our parking
validation machine located on Level 4 SKYCITY
Convention Centre outlets or by purchasing food or
beverage from one of our outlets.
“One Shot” validated ticket for long term parking in
the general car park - this is at a cost of $20 and can
be purchased from the SKYCITY Hotel front desk. These
tickets enable you to exit the car park once for a flat fee
of $20 which is ideal if you are parking for the duration
of the event and only want to leave once (each time you
exit you will need to purchase another ticket). Before you
depart the car park take your parking ticket to the hotel
front desk and have it validated.
*All parking fee’s include GST
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PAYMENT OF ACCOMMODATION
Each guest’s credit card details will be supplied in the rooming list provided by EventMergers. If the guest’s account
is pre paid and the card holder is not present, the hotel may require a third party credit card authorisation form to
be completed. EventMergers will post a third party credit card authorisation form to the guest with the registration
confirmation letter. The guest will have sent a copy of the form to the hotel prior to their arrival at the hotel. The third
party credit card authorisation form is used to secure payment for the balance of all other services provided during the
guest’s stay (including, but not limited to, room service and mini-bar charges). If no credit card details are provided, a
cash security deposit may be required.
Accommodation will be reserved only if you provide credit card details.
Do you confirm we can use the credit card number you used to pay your registration to hold the accommodation?
Yes
No (if no, please supply details of credit card below)
Credit Card: Please tick your choice of card:
MASTERCARD
VISA
Name as it appears on the card
Card number
Expiry date
Signature of cardholder
Credit card holder confirmation: Will the credit card holder (owner) be present upon check in at the hotel?
Yes, card holder present
No, card holder not present*
*If your accommodation has been booked or pre-paid with another person’s credit card and that person will not be
present at the hotel check in desk, a 3rd Party Authorisation Form is required to be filled out and sent direct to the hotel.
Our Conference Manager will post the forms direct to the conference attendee.
Accommodation Charges Authorisation please select one:
Accommodation costs only
Accommodation and Incidentals (meals & carparking)
Notes
Partners:
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