Qualcon 2018 Programme
Qualcon 2018 Templates
Whilst the Technical Committee prefers that the conference templates for papers and presentations are used, alternate Templates will be accepted if the meet the minimum standards set out in the Conference Templates.
All presentations and Papers must exhibit both the Qualcon 2018 logo and the AOQ logo on each page of the submission.
All submissions extend copyrights to Australian Organisation for Quality Inc.
Instructions to Authors Instructions for Authors 2018 v1.0
Paper Template Qualcon Paper Template 2018 v1.0
Presentation Template Qualcon 2018_Presentation Tmp v1.0
Registration Form Qualcon 2018 Registration v01
Conference Foreword – to be advised
At Conference Speaker & Chair Instructions Qualcon 2016 version – Session Check List Qualcon 2016 v1
Abstract Template abstract_template 2018 v3.0
Call for 3Min Quality Snippets Abstract 3 minute snippet_abstract_template 2018 v3.0 due 21 May 2018.
Speaker Registration is $440 to help in covering the costs. This cost is well below cost.
Registered Speakers will receive a Conference Satchel and are entitled to attend all Conference events including Welcome Cocktails 14 October 2018 and the Gala Dinner 15 October 2018.
Speakers will receive a gift bottle of Shiraz. This was purchased in support of the Repat Hospital Foundation for support to ou returned Service Persons.
All abstracts shall be submitted – 6 March 2018
All final papers shall be submitted for Review / Technical Review – 30 July 2018
Conference PowerPoint presentations and corrected papers shall be submitted -15 September 2018
Additional events not included in your registration
AOQ AGM Breakfast 15/10/18 – SOLD OUT
Café Quality Network Breakfast 16/10/18 – SOLD OUT
How to give a five-minute presentation courtesy Seth’s Blog.
Give a four-minute presentation and take your time. The alternative is to try to give a six or seven-minute long talk in five minutes. To rush. To get flustered. To go over your time. To act in a way that…
Give a four-minute presentation and take your time.
The alternative is to try to give a six or seven-minute long talk in five minutes. To rush. To get flustered. To go over your time. To act in a way that belies your professional nature.
Nope. Better to stick with the four-minute approach.
The thing is, you’ll never have enough time to tell us every single thing in enough detail. It would take you years.
Portion control is your friend. Figure out how big the plate is and serve just the right amount.