The API and IAAO International Research Symposium is a unique, one-of-a-kind environment serving as the global incubator for sharing new discoveries in valuation, showcasing automated valuation model methods and pushing government innovation across the world. The Symposium participants are creators and preeminent leaders from within the property industry working in the areas of data, prop-tech, and spatial systems.
Attendees will be brought up to speed on state-of-the-art best practices and technologies in valuation and property tax by internationally renowned experts in the field.
This is an exciting opportunity for anybody working in government valuations to better understand the global market, and see what tools are out there to enable them to adapt to a rapidly changing environment.
The Symposium will be attended by government valuers from around the globe, local Australian valuers working across local, state and national government valuations and associated projects, and other property professionals.
The Symposium will be held from Tuesday 30 April to Thursday 2 May 2019.
The Symposium will include:
Discounted member rates are available to members of the Australian Property Institute (API), International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO), Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES) and Property Institute of New Zealand (PINZ).
Members will be required to enter their membership number during registration, and regular audits of registered delegates will take place to ensure that current members are accessing the discounted registration rates.
Learning Lab: Improving Valuations with Open Data (30 April – three-hour workshop):
Attendance at various Symposium sessions are at your discretion, however there are no discounted tickets for attending for only one day. All available tickets cover all three days of the Symposium.
Please also note that attendance will be recorded on both the Wednesday and Thursday, and members will only be awarded Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points for the day(s) that they attend. Please ensure that your attendance is recorded during Registration (8:00am-8:30am) on both days to ensure that you receive your CPD points.
Two-day attendance: 10 CPD points
Attendance on 1 May only: 6 CPD points
Attendance on 2 May only: 4 CPD points
Attendance at 30 April Learning Lab: Additional 3 CPD points
Symposium Registration Fees include:
Registration is now open! Register for your ticket now.
Early bird rates will be available until 23:59 on Friday 1 March. From Saturday 2 March onwards, the registration rate will go up by AU$100 (including GST) for both members and non-members.
You will be able to register online up until 23:59 on Sunday 28 April. After this date, please contact email@example.com to register manually.
Important note: If you have very specific dietary requirements (e.g. coeliac, Kosher, FODMAP), please note that if you register within two weeks of the event (after Tuesday 16 April), the Old Melbourne Gaol and Melbourne Town Hall may not be able to cater for you at short notice. If you have a common dietary requirement (e.g. vegetarian) there will be food available for you.
Melbourne Town Hall (1-2 May – Symposium)
Old Melbourne Gaol (30 April – Welcome Reception)
Please see the transport and parking information above for accessible entries. If you have a condition that requires assistance or special seating arrangements, please ensure that you let us know when you register for your ticket on the ‘Contact Details’ page.
For any enquiries about the event, program or speakers, please email Mia Yip, National Events Manager, API at firstname.lastname@example.org (or call +61 3 9644 7510).
For any registration enquiries, including changes or cancellations, please email email@example.com, call 1800 814 611 toll-free from Australia (or +61 7 3854 1611 from overseas).
For any travel or accommodation enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org (or call +61 7 3854 1611 or 1800 814 611 toll-free from Australia).
An Administrative Fee will be charged for registrations cancelled in writing to email@example.com, prior to 23:59 on Monday 15 April. The Administrative Fee will be equal to 25% of the Symposium Registration Fee.
Cancellations made after this date are non-refundable.