General Information

Click here to view the website for the Prevocational Medical Education Forum 2018.

 Registration desk

The registration and information desk will be open for the duration of the Forum and will serve as your main point of contact for all enquiries.

 Special requirements

Every effort will be made to ensure people with special requirements are catered for. Should you require any specific assistance, catering or arrangements to be made on your behalf, please include details on your registration form under the section ‘Special Requirements’ to enable us to make your attendance at the Forum a pleasant and comfortable experience.


The dress for all Forum sessions and social functions is smart casual attire.

 Name badges

Your official meeting name badge must be worn at all times, as it is your entry to all sessions, the exhibition hall and social functions. Security staff will be asked to refuse entry to anyone not wearing their name badge.

 Things to do in Canberra

High-quality tours and activities for small and larger groups. This includes a Canberra Highlights Tour, showcasing the sights and exposing the gems – the ’secrets’ behind the scenes; and also private, personalised tours (see some examples below) where we create tours to suit the your interests and needs. More information can be found at

Personalised tours may include:

  • Brewery tour
  • Wineries of the Canberra region
  • Shopping tour
  • Seeing the sights with an art focus (or some other focus)
  • Indigenous culture and art


The Forum Organisers, including the Forum Secretariat, will not accept liability for the damages of any nature sustained by participants or their accompanying persons for loss or damage to their personal property as a result of attendance at the Forum and exhibition or related events.


Registration fees do not include personal travel insurance of any kind. It is strongly recommended that a travel insurance policy be taken out to cover loss, cancellation, medical cover etc when registering for the Forum and booking travel. The Forum Committee and Forum Secretariat do not take responsibility for any delegate failing to insure.


Information necessary for your attendance at the Forum will be gathered, stored and disseminated in accordance with the National Privacy Legislation. A participant list with name, organisation and state will be supplied to all delegates and exhibitors at the Forum. You can indicate on the registration form if you do not wish to have your details included on the participant list.

All communication with registered delegates will be by email. All registrants will be sent a confirmation letter and tax invoice within five working days of submitting a registration form. If you do not receive the email, please check your spam folder prior to contacting the Forum Secretariat as it might have been viewed as spam mail by your spam filter.



All Forum registrations and additional tickets rates quoted within this website are in Australian dollars (AUD) and are inclusive of GST.

 Visa information

All visitors to Australia (except for New Zealand passport holders) must have a valid visa. Please refer to the following documents for more information:

Business Fact Sheet: for guidance on the visa options that may be most suitable for you.
Visa Application Requirements Fact Sheet: for information on visa application requirements.

It is suggested that all visitors should apply for a visa at least two months prior to their intended date of departure, and four months prior for people with character or health concerns.