Moonee Ponds - Free professional development for primary school teachers

Date: 20-Jun-18 to 20-Jun-18
Location: Australia
This workshop provides an opportunity for teachers and curriculum leaders to build their understanding of how to authentically connect dimensions of the Victorian Curriculum to promote values education and student well-being. Led by the knowledgeable and dynamic, Dr Tracey McAskill, don’t miss out on this opportunity to refresh practice and find ways to connect learning across the curriculum. The centrepiece of this workshop is a newly developed resource that was written by teachers for teachers. Sponsored by the ATO, this resource connects the learning areas of English, Mathematics, HASS, HPE and the Arts and foregrounds the general capabilities of Critical and Creative Thinking, Personal and Social Capability and Ethical Understanding. The focus of the resource is on developing civic ...

Design for Improved Policy & Service Delivery

Date: 19-Jun-18 to 20-Jun-18
Location: Sydney / Australia
Design thinking, user-centred design, human-centred design, participatory design, co-design... Whatever the approach, it's fair to say that more and more government agencies are using design to improve services and policies. The Design for Improved Policy & Service Delivery conference will provide people working in these fields with a deeper understanding of design and how to apply it most effectively. Presentations will cover - Defining design - what it is, how it works & what it can be used for - Setting up for success - governance, funding, project scope, timing - Using to design improve services - case studies spanning Human Services,Immigration, Aboriginal Affairs and Transport - Using design to improve policy - where it’s happening & how we can accelerate ...

Housing Density & Diversity

Date: 19-Jun-18 to 20-Jun-18
Location: Melbourne / Australia
A key strategy to manage future residential growth is the provision of missing middle housing types. Momentum is clearly behind the growth of diverse housing typologies and the push is on to find quality designs and innovative housing delivery models for the middle ring suburbs of our cities, where future residential growth can best be integrated. However, community resistance to an increase in density, as well as a tough policy and political environment, presents challenges to planners, designers and developers. The Housing Density & Diversity conference will provide a platform to address the key issues and identify the strategies that will achieve quality housing outcomes going forwards. Hear practical insights on key issues - Explore the missing middle and why it is ...

Palo Alto Networks: Cybersecurity Summit Melbourne - 21 June 2018

Date: 21-Jun-18 to 21-Jun-18
Location: Australia
Join Palo Alto Networks for the Cybersecurity Summit at Margaret Court Arena on 21 June to hear global and local speakers sharing their expertise and experiences in securing our digital way of life. From keynote addresses to technical and industry presentations, exhibits, and opportunities to network with security professionals from around Australia and the region, the Cybersecurity Summit is the place to find answers for all your cybersecurity questions.

Planning, Designing & Constructing Retirement Living Villages

Date: 20-Jun-18 to 21-Jun-18
Location: Sydney / Australia
As baby boomers are entering retirement, the sector is facing an unprecedented opportunity to capitalise on this demographic shift. There are many challenges facing the sector, such as how to address and fix public perceptions to DMF and how operators can best build and construct villages based on market need. Attend Planning, Designing & Constructing Retirement Living Villages conference to hear practical solutions to all the major challenges facing the sector. Topics to be explored - Rebuilding consumer trust - How to design flexible villages to provide a continuum of care - How to conduct market & demographic analysis to develop the right product - How to renovate and modernise your existing portfolio - Featuring two days of industry networking & knowledge sharing - ...

Energy Mines and Money

Date: 20-Jun-18 to 21-Jun-18
Location: Brisbane / Australia
Energy Mines and Money Australia will showcase strategic mineral, coal, oil and gas opportunities, and match projects with global investment throughout a two day conference and exhibition taking place in Brisbane from 20-21 June 2018. Featuring over 80 mining leaders, energy executives and investment experts including Xcoal, AGL, Central Petroleum, Apollo, Denham Capital and SUEK to name a few; the conference programme will explore the economic outlook for energy and resources in Australia with a focus on oil, gas, gold, coal, and base metals. As well as examine the future of energy and the implications upon demand, supply, investment and opportunities for growth with a spotlight on uranium and battery metals such as lithium, cobalt and graphite. With mining, oil and gas companies on ...

1st Global Conference on Health, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

Date: 22-Jun-18 to 24-Jun-18
Location: Melbourne / Australia
The Global Academy of Health and Life Sciences (GAHLS) has arranged the ‘1st Global Conference on Health, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (GCHAES – 2018)’ to be held on 22–24 of June, 2018 in Melbourne (Australia). Researchers, scientists, scholars, engineers and practitioners are welcome to attend the conference, which is themed: ‘Creating a Liveable World’. We expect attendees and participants from around the globe to present and share their ongoing research activities. The conference will provide opportunities for delegates to exchange application experiences and new ideas face-to-face, and establish business or research relations as well as find global partners for future collaboration. Health , Life Sciences, Agriculture and Environment will be covered in this conference.

2nd Australia and New Zealand Conference on Advanced Research

Date: 22-Jun-18 to 24-Jun-18
Location: Melbourne / Australia
We, the conference organisers invite you to participate in this event where you can: Strengthen your professional ties: this may lead to publications and job opportunities – an invaluable opportunity for post-PhD professionals. Receive feedback and constructive critique on your ideas: benefit from the audience engaging with your content rather than focusing on your punctuation and references. Refine your communication skills: move from your “isolating” research experience to a more collaborative and exchange of perspectives. Participate in our conference and publish your research directly through the conference proceedings and journals. Don’t miss this great opportunity to get your work out there! All submitted papers will be peer reviewed and published in the conference ...

TRANSFORMING SYDNEY: THE RISE OF THE MEGA CITY

Date: 25-Jun-18 to 25-Jun-18
Location: Sydney / Australia
From the CBD light rail upgrade and the sprouting Macquarie high rise to the transformation of Castle Hill and it’s railway. Sydney is undergoing one of it’s largest transformations with a 30% population rise by 2036 — We are not only rapidly expanding but our city identity is evolving at the same rate. So, what will Sydney look like for millenials in 2036? What suburbs will have the most transformation? Where can I afford to live debt free? We welcome onboard CLAY’s largest panel of experts from Ethos Urban, McGrath Realty, NSW Government, Ryde & Parramatta Councils, to discuss Sydney’s changing landscape. Guests will be sharing their knowledge about the state’s next big city, the housing market and if Sydney city is worth the price tag of a ‘mega’ commute. Please join us ...

Parramatta - Free professional development for primary school teachers

Date: 26-Jun-18 to 26-Jun-18
Location: Australia
This workshop provides an opportunity for teachers and curriculum leaders to build their understanding of how to authentically connect dimensions of the NSW syllabuses to promote values education and student well-being. Led by the knowledgeable and dynamic, Dr Tracey McAskill, don’t miss out on this opportunity to refresh practice and find ways to connect learning across the curriculum. The centrepiece of this workshop is a newly developed resource that was written by NSW teachers for teachers across Australia. The writers will attend the workshop and be ready to answer any questions. Sponsored by the ATO, this resource connects the key learning areas of English, Mathematics, HASS, HPE and the Arts and foregrounds the general capabilities of Literacy, Numeracy, Critical and Creative ...