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Registrations open for Invercargill, Wellington and Gisborne roadshows

Registrations are now open for the final three joint TTM ISG and CCNZ 2024 TTM roadshows in Invercargill, Wellington and Christchurch.

  • Invercargill - ILT Stadium Southland - Wed 14 Aug, 9am to 12 noon (HALF DAY EVENT)
  • Wellington - Boulcott Farm Heritage Golf Club, Lower Hutt - Tue 3 Sep, 4pm to 6.15pm
  • Gisborne - Lawson Field Theatre - Wed 4 Sep, 4pm to 6.15pm

Join us for an look at all things risk-based TTM, explored through an interactive presentation, case studies, breakout activity and local panel discussion. Each event finishes with some light refreshments and an opportunity to connect with other local people involved in the TTM sector.

These roadshow events are FREE but numbers are limited so make sure you don’t leave it too late.

You can also register for our upcoming roadshows in New Plymouth, Dunedin, Nelson and Hamilton.

New Plymouth is the next cab off the rank on Tuesday next week.

  • New Plymouth - Plymouth International, Courtenay St - Tue 18 Jun. Register here.
  • Dunedin - Edgar Centre, Portsmouth Dr - Thu 18 Jul. Register here.
  • Nelson - Rutherford Hotel, Nile St - Thu 8 Aug. Register here.
  • Hamilton - Claudelands Arena, Heaphy Tce - Mon 22 Jul (FULL DAY EVENT). Register here. Note: Please select TARMAC '24 P.I.C.K.L.E. Day 22nd July

What to expect

Roadshows kick off at 4pm and run through until 6.15pm. Light refreshments are served at the end of each event.

Note: The Hamilton and Invercargill events follow a different format. Hamilton and is a full-day programme, running between 8.30am and 4.30pm. More information is available on the TARMAC ‘24 website. Invercargill is a half-day programme, running between 9am and 12 noon.

These roadshows are designed to expand understanding of risk-based TTM and engage the diverse range of stakeholders involved in the sector as we transition toward a more risk-based approach to TTM. Each roadshow will:

Attendees can expect presentations and interactive activities exploring risk, risk-based TTM solutions, PCBU duties, planning, roles and responsibilities, as well as tools and resources available to support a risk-based approach, and presentation of the Practice Note.

Each event will close with Q&A session led by a panel of local representatives (including contractor, RCA and TTM supplier), to explore real-world applications of risk-based approaches relevant to your region.