Committees are an important way for members to help APEN achieve its goals. It also means that members can become involved in areas that particularly interest them.
Becoming involved is a great way to learn, broaden your network and develop yourself professionally.
If you are interested in becoming involved contact Dr Roe Currie, APEN Ltd. and see what you can do to help.
The Communications committee is responsible for ExtensionNet, Rural Extension & Innovation Systems Journal, APEN Website, eBulletin, Social Media, Webinars, Media releases
The APEN Conference committee organises the conference held every two years. The next Conference will be held in October 2019.
The Education Training and Professional Development committee is responsible for extension courses (undergraduate & post-graduate) and professional development. This includes APEN's Webinars, biennial Roadshow and Mentoring Scheme.
The International Initiatives Committee engages with the Global Forum for Rural Advisory Services (GFRAS) and the wider international community.
This committee is responsible for Extension Advocacy and Engagement.
This committee is responsible for APEN's Business and Marketing strategies.
This committee is responsible for publishing the Rural Extension and Innovation Systems (REIS) Journal.