The Real Future of Work (and how to respond)

Join us for a three-part program combining expert presenters, workshop discussion and a concluding webinar, delivered over a month from early April to early May 2021.

 

 

 

  • What is a realistic forecast for the future of work in Australia?
  • What strategies and tools will help career practitioners best respond?
  • Learn how your colleagues are responding to the changing environment?
  • Do you feel isolated and could do with some professional interaction?

 

Expert Presenters:

Adam Boyton, National Skills Commissioner, Australian Government
https://www.nationalskillscommission.gov.au/

Dr Spencer Niles, co-founder of the Hope Centred Career Group (International)
https://www.hopecenteredcareer.com/

Liane Hambly, director of Creative Career Coaching (UK)
https://creativecareercoaching.org/

(These sessions will be pre-recorded)

 
Recordings: The pre-recorded Presentations and the National Webinar will be available after the event for attendees, and for non-attendees to purchase.

Face to Face components of this program are subject to Government Health requirements. In the event of restrictions, all aspects will be moved online.

 

Supporting Partners:

      

 

CPD Points: 4.5 hours
CPD Competency: Labour market information

Are you a CDAA member? Please ensure you are logged in using the right credentials to receive the member rate. Don't know your login details? Contact communications@cdaa.org.au.

 

When
4/7/2021 - 5/5/2021
Where
Australia
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Program

Description
The pre-recorded presentations will be made available to view.
When
4/7/2021 - 4/16/2021
4/7/2021
Two-hour discussion workshops - dates, times and venues to be confirmed.
When
4/17/2021 - 4/23/2021
4/17/2021
Facilitated presentation of the responses, findings and actions from the Division workshop groups. Find out what your colleagues around the country thought!
Time
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
5/5/2021 6:30 PM