This event examines the opportunities to grow Australia's largest services export sector and the integrated policy response needed from government, education providers and stakeholders. International education is Australia’s largest services export sector, contributing $16.3 billion dollars to the Australian economy in 2013-14. However, international competition is intensifying and new technology is fundamentally transforming the delivery of education.Read more
We’re pleased to announce that registrations are now open for the ‘Cultural Competency in Disability 2015'.
This is an essential event for those who value cultural competency and want to see the disability sector move beyond ‘tick a box’ ways of working with diversity, to one that is better equipped to work with diverse people with disability in a changing and increasingly competitive environment.Read more
We are pleased to announce the inaugural Swinburne Internet Policy Workshop, organised by the Swinburne Institute of Social Research’s Digital Society group and generously sponsored by auDA. The workshop is organised in conjunction with auDA’s Australian Governance Forum (to be held in Melbourne on Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th October 2015). This is an opportunity for scholars with a research interest in Internet policy to explore research aspects of the auIGF’s agenda and other Internet policy issues.Read more
DiverseWerks, on behalf of Northcott, are organising a two day conference entitled ‘Cultural Competency in Disability’ on the 29th and 30th of July 2015. This comes from a project funded by Ageing, Disability and Home Care (ADHC) in the NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) to build cultural competency in the disability sector.Read more
Adopting digital processes to optimise business value
In the ever changing digital world we now live in, we are presented with many new challenges as we try and figure out how we manage information. Government agencies are more aware of the needs to manage information accurately as they embark on a journey to transform their business capabilities and enhance service delivery outcomes.Read more
The Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) - in conjunction with the National Complex Needs Alliance (NCNA) - invites you to participate in the second Australian conference to showcase successful programs/approaches in addressing complex needs - with the broader purpose of identifying what works and how.Read more