Registration are NOW OPEN


**Oceania Seating Symposium, Rotorua Energy Event Centre, 5th - 7th April, 2022**

**Change of dates due to travel restrictions and border closures**

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Join us in person or virtually for this hybrid event

Seating to Go is proud to be hosting the 3rd Oceania Seating Symposium (OSS) at the Rotorua Energy Event Centre, New Zealand on the 5th – 7th April 2022.

OSS is renowned for providing an innovative and evidence based programme which extends practice, build relationships and opportunities for both practical workshop learning and papers. With a world class line-up of invited speakers, it is the “go to” event for clinicians, researchers, manufacturers, and others who work in the area of wheeled mobility, seating and positioning.

Current symposium status:

-        OSS 2021 will be a hybrid event, offering delegates both in-person and virtual sessions

-        Presenters will have the option of delivering their session in person, live-streamed or pre-recorded

The in-person event will adhere to all COVID-19 regulations and protocols in place at the time of the symposium.


Registration are OPEN (early bird rates apply until 28 February)

  • Early Bird registration: $600
  • Standard registration: $650
  • Virtual registration: $550
  • Student / Disability related concession: $290
  • Speaker registration: $520

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Who is it for? 

The event is geared towards professionals, manufacturers, suppliers and users of wheeled mobility, seating and postural management, and associated technologies.

Symposium Theme

Whanaungatanga - connecting people and communities

We belong to one of the most beautiful countries in the world, RICH in culture. Through the years tikanga Maori has diluted and adapted to survive as the world changes around it...however some core principles have stood the test of time. Whanaungatanga is one of these principles representing Aotearoa's age old culture of connecting and caring.

It means different things to different people, but in essence it paints a picture of belonging to something bigger than oneself. A “bigger picture” full of people that live, love and band together through both their celebrations and tribulations, to form that beautiful thing we call our whanau.

In our mahi we are privileged to be welcomed into many whanau in their time of need, supporting where we can in what can be very dark times. Delving deeper into this beautiful kaupapa can only serve to strengthen our ability to awhi our whanau through these shadows, and strengthen our bonds as a let’s have that korero.

As we emerge from a challenging time globally, this korero is more important than ever. The Oceania Seating Symposium in Aotearoa (New Zealand), November 2021, is an opportunity for the wheeled mobility and seating community to reconnect and share our experiences, strengthening not only our ties to each other but our skillset to grow and be impactful in our position within our communities.

“Whiria te tangata”
- Weave the people together

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