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From the Chair and Executive Director

Further to our update last week, AMPLA is pleased to confirm the following arrangements are now in place to support our staff and members in the coming months:

AMPLA Learning & Development Seminars:
AMPLA is replacing all of our traditional face-to-face seminars with virtual learning opportunities for the coming months. This means you will continue to hear and engage with our expert speakers, from your office or home workplace. We have two seminars running this week, and it's not too late to register for the AMPLA VIC Energy Webinar, or AMPLA WA Navigating the COVID-19 Outbreak Webinar. There's also a help sheet available to assist you in setting up Zoom to access our webinars

AMPLA Conferences:
The WA Conference, currently scheduled for 22 May 2020, has been postponed for the time being. We hope to run this conference in its traditional format later in the year, subject to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus.
Planning for the AMPLA Annual Conference, to be held in Sydney, 14-16 October 2020 is well under way, and we are building an exciting program for our members. Given the uncertainty regarding the length of time we will be impacted by COVID-19-related restrictions, we haven't made a decision regarding the format of delivery for this event, but rest assured we'll keep you updated as plans evolve.

AMPLA Office:
The AMPLA national office in Melbourne will be physically closed from Tuesday 24 March, with all staff working remotely until the restrictions on non-essential travel are lifted. Our team remains online and ready to assist you, so please don't hesitate to reach out to us via email on and the appropriate team member will get in touch with as soon as possible. Although we have been a little side-tracked with recent developments, we are working hard on our new online home and hope to share this with you in the coming weeks.

AMPLA will continue to closely monitor developments and advice from Government regarding the COVID-19 virus and will continued to provide updates to you on a regular basis. Please feel free to contact us if you have any concerns or suggestions.

Ryan Hartfield,                         Gordon Bunyan
Chair, AMPLA Board                Executive Director 

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