ISSEA Sydney Chapter Formation

An ISSEA Chapter was formed in Sydney at an inaugural ISSEA Sydney Chapter meeting held on 6 March 2016. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the role and function of the Chapter. At the meeting ISSEA officers outlined their vision, goals and the current progress of ISSEA including its activities.

The Sydney chapter will bring ISSEA members in the area together either face to face or virtual, to enable the sharing of ideas and information about projects and to support each other in delivering these projects to the community. The chapters will also locally manage course matters and also maintain local communications and meetings of ISSEA members.

At this meeting it was decided that the members will bring creative ideas for additional projects of interest they themselves will like to be involved in to help take SSEHV to the Australian community. It was emphasised that each Chapter will take on its own character, dependent on the interests, wishes and needs of the members. It was encouraged for members to be as innovative and active as possible in taking EHV to the community. In order to identify projects of interest the ISSEA has developed a uniform ‘Project Expression of Interest’ template that could be used by everyone to submit ideas for projects. The template is available here.

We encourage as many of you as possible to complete this template and email the completed templates to issea.website@gmail.com.

The Sydney Chapter is looking for members who are interested in assisting in this worthy cause. Are you, or do you know anyone who may like to join the Sydney Chapter? If interested please send an email to issea.website@gmail.com.

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