new CASE training opportunity – October 2011


The CASE Asia-Pacific Institute in Educational Fundraising will be held at the The Melbourne Business School Executive Education Campus at Mt Eliza from 3 – 7 October.

Registrations are now open with an early bird fee (by 30 April) of AUD $2,995 + 10% GST for members and AUD$3,500 + 10% GST for non members.

Check it all out here and read a message from the Chair, Clare Pullar, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Advancement) from the University of Queensland.

Have you attended a CASE conference or institute before? How do you think this kind of training would translate beyond the University Advancement environment?

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2 Responses to new CASE training opportunity – October 2011

  1. John Godfrey says:

    Rather than a conference, a Case Institute is an intensive five day residential training. The Fundraising Institute of Australia (FIA) runs something similar each year – their Madison Downunder course.

    I haven’t attended a Case Institute, but many of those who have speak very highly of it. One of its chief benefits is the opportunity it offers for education fundraisers from different institutions to problem solve and work together in small teams.

    • Thanks John – I should probably have read more closely (though the brochure looks like a conference kind of thing – especially calling participants delegates).

      I am quite keen to attend something in this format – such as Madison Downunder – and I will post about that when more information for 2011 is available from the FIA.

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