Event details:

Date: Tuesday 22 August, 2017
Venue: Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre, Mounts Bay Road, Riverview Room 4 & 5
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm
City: Perth

Join AMMA, your resource industry peers and special guests from Australia’s human resources, employee relations and workplace relations communities, for this full-day conference tackling all your pressing ‘people’ needs.

With speakers including “the father of modern HR” Dave Ulrich, international experts in labour relations, resource industry practitioners and government ministers, the 2017 AMMA Workplace Forum is not to be missed.

Secure your place now.

Dave UlrichGuest Speaker – Dave Ulrich:

Internationally renowned management guru Dave Ulrich – known as the “Father of Modern HR” – is bringing his highly awarded teachings to AMMA members and guests.

Ranked as the decade’s most influential thought leader by HR Magazine and one of the world’s most creative businesspeople by Fast Company, this is a rare opportunity to hear Dave address resource industry practitioners on two pressing topics. Learn more.


 Gala DinnerAMMA 2017 Gala Dinner:

AMMA’s annual Gala Dinner is the resource industry’s “Night of Nights”, attracting hundreds of executives, people practitioners and industry friends and guests for networking, entertainment and industry celebration.

Taking place on the evening of August 22, the 2017 AMMA Gala Dinner will once again include the presentation of the 2017 AMMA Industry Awards – celebrating success and innovation across all people areas, from HR and training to workforce diversity and young achievers.

Learn more about the 2017 AMMA Industry Awards.

Pricing & Registration:

Package Member price Non-member price
Conference – Full day and Gala dinner $1,290.00 $1,694.00
Conference – Full day only $999.00 $1,299.00
Gala dinner only $295.00 $395.00
HR Workshop only $395.00 $495.00
Conference – Lunch only $250.00 $350.00
WR Masterclass only $295.00 $395.00


Secure your place at 2017’s “must attend” event for all people practitioners in the resource industry now.