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IH Directors' Conference 2020
2-5 May 2020
Join us in Sydney, Australia for the IH Directors' Conference 2020!
The IH Directors’ Conference gives those who own or manage International House schools an opportunity to invest time in their own personal development and leadership skills, hear from industry experts and share their own knowledge with each another. It is also a time for celebrating the IH network, highlighting everything we have achieved in the previous year, and informing our strategy for the future.
In 2020, the IH Directors’ Conference will be hosted by IH Sydney in the stylish Pullman Sydney Hyde Park hotel from Saturday 2nd – Tuesday 5th May 2020.
Information on Pre- and Post-Conference Holidays
As well as a perfect opportunity to learn and share with your peers, you will also have the chance to explore two of Australia’s most beautiful and iconic places. The team in Sydney has prepared two incredible trips for you, and you can choose to go on one or both of the holidays. Tim Eckenfels, Director of IH Sydney, will be your tour guide, and you will all travel together as a group. Please note that there are package deal prices if you book by June 30th 2019.
This 3-day tour of Australia’s famous Uluru/Ayers Rock includes entry to Kata Tjuṯa National Park, tours at sunrise and sunset, and a 3-hour excursion around the Olgas, a fantastic geological marvel. You will also spend a night at the Field of Light where you will be taken to a remote desert location with a majestic view of Uluru as the sun sets. This spectacle should be a must-see during your Australian adventure.
Trip date: Tuesday 28th – Thursday 30th 2020
See the full programme here.
Post-Conference: Hamilton Island
Hamilton Island is one of the Whitsunday Islands in Queensland, Australia, close to the Great Barrier Reef. This holiday includes two cruises – one to Hardy Reef, where activities include an underwater viewing chamber, semi-submersible rides for coral viewing and full use of snorkelling equipment and wetsuits, and the other to Whitehaven Beach, which offers blissful seaside relaxation next to azure waters.
Trip date: Wednesday 6th – Saturday 9th May, 2020
See the full programme here
To book your Pre- and/or Post-Conference holidays to Uluru and Hamilton Island:
- Please contact directly: Clive Dawkins email@example.com or Travelbreeze: +61 4111 08506
- In all communication with Travelbreeze, please cc Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org so that IH Sydney can track all holiday bookings.
For any questions regarding the trips please feel free to write to Tim directly at email@example.com
Suggested itinerary and flight information
To get the best deal on your flights no matter where you are coming from, please visit Skyscanner.net. This website compares prices for multiple airlines and travel companies to show you the cheapest and quickest routes. You can sign up for price alerts where you will be notified by email if your flight route has gone down in cost.
The team from IH Sydney have suggested the following 2-week itinerary to make the most of the Pre- and Post-Conference Holidays:
- Arrive Sydney, Saturday 25th or Sunday 26th April
- Uluru/Ayers Rock Pre-Conference Holiday: Tuesday 28th – Thursday 30th April
- Study Abroad Conference: Friday 1st May
- IH Directors’ Conference: Saturday 2nd – Tuesday 5th May
- Workshops and afternoon city tour (including Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb): Saturday 2nd May
- Hamilton Island Post-Conference Holiday: Wednesday 6th – Saturday 9th May
- Return to your home country from Sydney, Sunday 10th May
Register your interest for the Conference
As well as the Pre- and Post-Conference Holidays, we are taking early registrations. This is to get an initial idea of how many people will be attending, but also if you register your interest by June 30th 2019, there is a chance to win one of 4 Sydney Harbour Bridge Climbs! Ascending the Sydney Harbour Bridge will give you an amazing 360 degree view of the city – something to tick off your bucket list. Find more information about the Bridge Climb here.