The theme of change and the need to evolve as everything changes around us is what this Drowning Prevention Summit is all about. The Water Safety sector is at a pivotal point as we look beyond 2020. We’ve heard from some change makers and heard some fascinating insights about what may lie ahead. Collectively we do so many things well and I...
Drowning Prevention Summit - 2018/19
The water safety sector is at a cross roads.
A step change in the focus and delivery of drowning prevention activities in New Zealand is upon us.
Water safety organisations from around the country gathered in Auckland on 31 October 2019 to address the need to innovate and adapt in a changing world in order to address New Zealand’s drowning problem. The water safety sector needs to secure long term support to ensure sustainability, adapt and become smarter and more dynamic if sector partners are to bring down New Zealand's drowning toll. Business as usual is no longer good enough.
The Drowning Prevention Summit was a time for water safety sector members, partners and stakeholders to get together to hear about the step change which is coming to the sector.
- Promoted a clear and compelling vision of changed future
- Identified the challenges the sector must over come
- Inspired attendees to become change-makers
Water safety organisations from around the country gathered in Auckland last week to address the need to innovate and adapt in a changing world in order to address New Zealand’s drowning problem. Keep Reading