Questions being asked about ICCP2020

Here are just a few frequently asked questions about the conference

Will indigenous work and voices be a part of the conference?

Most definitely! One of our main partners in the conference is Moondani Balluk the indigenous academic unit at Victoria University. Moondani Balluk means ‘embrace people’ in the language of the Wurundjeri people who first lived in the western region of Melbourne. Moondani Balluk works across Aboriginal, non-governmental organisation and community spaces. Find out more about their work here

Is the conference only for academics?

No, definitely not. We are working hard to put together a program of themes, speakers, workshops and spaces that are both inclusive and transdisciplinary. We hope students, practitioners, educators, researchers, psychologists, academics and the general public will be involved.

Will it be expensive?

We acknowledge that international travel is very expensive and so are doing everything we can to keep conference costs to a minimum whilst still providing a meaningful and engaging experience. Our main goal is to enure you can afford to attend so we are being creative and careful in our planning. We are hoping to establish some travel and scholarship funds for students. Although we are still working of the details of registration fees, it will be tiered to account for people in developing countries, and of course for students and other non-waged people. We will also keep you updated of any discounts available for travel through our conference partner Melbourne Convention Bureau.

What are the registration fees for ICCP2020?

All registration fees can be found on the Register tab at the top of the page. Be sure to take note of the Early Bird closing dates.

What do I do if I need to cancel my registration?

Please refer to the cancellation terms and conditions on the bottom of the Register tab. You may be entitled to a refund if your cancellation is within the date parameters. If you do not meet these parameters, we welcome a replacement to the conference.

What is included with my registration?

Full Conference Registration: * Catering for morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea for every day of ICCP * Access to all plenary and concurrent session for each day * Access to the Exhibition across all days * 1 x ticket to the Welcome Reception Day Registrations * Catering for morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea for chosen day of ICCP * Access to all plenary and concurrent session for chosen day * Access to the Exhibition for chosen day * Friday registration includes 1 x ticket to the Welcome Reception

Can I attend just one session?

Session only registrations are not available for ICCP, however we do have one day registrations available for Friday, Saturday or Sunday. All registration fees can be found on the Register tab at the top of the page.

Do I need to pre-select sessions I will be attending?

You will need to pre-select sessions once the program is finalised and all sessions are open

How long does the conference go for?

The conference runs from Friday 26 – Sunday 28 June 2020

What are the Conference and Exhibition hours of operation?

o ICCP Program Friday 26 June: 8.30am -5pm Saturday 27 June: 9am-6pm Sunday 28 June: 9am-6pm Exhibition Friday 26 June: 8am-3pm Saturday 27 June: 8.30am-4pm Sunday 28 June: 8.30am-3pm

What is the dress code?

To make participating as comfortable as possible, the dress code for the conference sessions is smart casual with comfortable shoes. If you are attending the Welcome Reception ot the Dinner, the dress for these are also smart casual.

I have a dietary requirement. What should I do?

When you register for ICCP2020 there is a question asking for any dietary requirements. This relates to specific requirements such as gluten free, vegetarian, lactose intolerance and allergies. Please list your requirements in this section. At the event, the dietary specifications of each food item on general buffets and/or food stations will be listed. For any requirements that are not covered by the selections available for all delegates, there will be separate station where your meals will be available. VU and Conference Secretariat staff will be on hand to help direct you. Please note that individual food preferences cannot be accommodated.

Will there be posters?

Posters will be situated in the Exhibition area. A trade floor map can be viewed on the ICCP website and also available on the conference app when it is available and onsite signage.

Where is ICCP being held?

ICCP2020 will be hosted at the Footscray Park Campus of Victoria University (VU) which has multiple entry points. Enter via Ballarat Road Footscray – nearest to Hoadley Court Sessions will be held in various locations with the Exhibition being in the Building P. ASP staff and volunteers will be on hand to provide directions around VU. Further information about VU you can visit their website.

Can I book accommodation?

Details about accommodation can be found under the Plan your visit tab. Please contact all hotels directly to book your accommodation and use the applicable code to receive the conference rate

Is there parking?

VU has its own parking

If travelling by public transport check the website and ensure you have a valid myki if travelling outside of those zones

How do I get to the Footscray Park Campus of Victoria University?

The VU website contains detailed information about all options available to get to Campus. If travelling by public transport check the PTV website and ensure you have a valid myki

Where do I collect my name badge?

This can be collected from the conference registration desk. It is anticipated that this will be located in the exhibition area in the cafeteria area of Building P.

How do I download the app?

The FREE ICCP 2020 app will be available approximately two weeks prior to the conference. You will receive an email with log in details and instructions.

I’m a speaker, where do I go when I get there?

Upon arrival at the University please proceed to the registration desk in the Cafeteria of Building P. Conference Secretariat staff will then assist you.