Jobs Australia Conference 18th - 19th May 2020 (Early Bird Discount Registration)
PLEASE SAVE THE DATE FOR MAY 18TH AND 19TH
Join Jobs Australia and other like-minded not for profit organisations in drilling down on what has worked and what hasn’t worked within the sector, what our vision for a better future is and what we as not for profit organisations can do right now. We will continue to build on our collective successes to ensure a sustainable not for profit services industry that better meets the needs of all stakeholders and changes the lives of the most marginalised in our communities.
EARLY BIRD TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE FOR MEMBERS
For the early price of $995.00 (plus GST), exclusive to Jobs Australia Members, you can now purchase tickets to the Conference until 1 March 2020. Following this date all ticket sales will convert to the full price of $1,250 (plus GST) and will be available via the exclusive Jobs Australia Conference App, available in the App Store.
Entering a digital era like no other this decade, the likes of Futurist Dr Peter Ellyard author of Designing 2050, The Happiness Hacker Penny Locaso and Social Media expert Mel Kettle author of The Social Association will walk through the learnings from the past and how the digital era and future can be embraced by all organisations, large or small.
Not only will Jobs Australia take Members on a journey into the future, our keynote speakers such as Steve Simpson will unlock your way of thinking around the fundamentals of HR ground rules. Well regarded journalist Stan Grant whose Aboriginal heritage has helped him form a resilience like no other will share his story focussing on the political and social changes and challenges of Indigenous Australians. Couple this with Nyadol Nyuon, a commercial litigator and community advocate. Discussing human rights, multiculturalism, the settlement of refugees and those seeking asylum, delegates are assured of a suite of key messages to take back to the workplace.
Concurrent sessions and workshops will allow Members to take former learnings from within their organisation and create a more sustainable future for the employment and community sector in the not for profit landscape. Creating a strong future allows the great work to continue by Members for those most marginalised.
To find out more about the Jobs Australia National Conference head to the Jobs Australia website at www.ja.com.au or call the Jobs Australia team on 1800 331 915.
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Introduction to the 2020 Conference by Emcee Warwick Merry