Professional development events, seminars and workshops
for public sector communicators.

We offer professional development, tools and resources for our members. We provide seminars, workshops and an annual conference so you can share knowledge and develop your skills alongside your peers across the public service.

What's up with the Wellington comms market?

Join us for a panel discussion on 12 October and learn what impact Covid has had and how public sector comms professionals are responding. You are invited to attend this free event, after which there will be a chance for questions and networking, with kai and beverages provid

Results of survey about future of the Public Sector Network

September 20, 2021
A big thank you to all of you who responded to our survey earlier this year. It's been awhile ... COVID-19 came to the fore - again. We had more than 80 responses and many indicated they were interested in the Network continuing. The top 3 topics of interest were change communication, Te Ao Māori a...
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Change of venue to Public Trust Hall

With Wellington still at Alert Level 2, we want to make sure we keep everyone as safe as possible. This means we have shifted venues to the Public Trust Hall on the corner of Stout St and Lambton Quay. This much larger venue allows us to provide more social distancing space and safer delivery of beverages and kai. 

It is also a fab venue and easier to get to. All other details are the same: Tuesday 12 October at 5pm for a 5.30 start. 

Networking and communications development

We are committed to providing affordable, thought-provoking and fun events to support communications professionals working in the public sector be the best they can be. 

Whether you are new to comms or a seasoned professional, our events will help you engage with and learn from the insights and expertise of others working in government agencies.

Our sponsors are Beyond Recruitmentso do check them out if you're looking for a new opportunity!

We are building the value of communications across the public sector for better engagement, trust and participation in government.

The Network was established around 1985. We are lead by a voluntary committee and governed by our constitution. We operate in Wellington, New Zealand's capital city.We keep you connected with your peers and the issues that matter to your work and career. Join us now.

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Join us by adding your contact details to our mailing list. There is no fee, and you'll be emailed notifications for all our upcoming events.