Canberra 2018 ACS Seminar

The Canberra ACS Seminars 2018 is a full-day event designed to inform and connect career professionals with the ever-evolving world of training and employment. Attendees will receive a Certificate of Professional Development and attendance is free!

Familiarise yourself with the presenting institutions, associations, employers and industry representatives below.

2018 Host

Date: Friday 29 June 2018
Host: Canberra Innovation Network
Address: 5/1 Moore St, Canberra ACT 2601
Time: 8:30am – 4:00pm

ACT education and careers landscape

By 2019, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Government will have provided every secondary student in a Canberra public school with a free Chromebook as part of the Better Schools for Our Kids: Technology Enabled Learning initiative.

This commitment to bridging the digital equity gap is also evident in the proposed redevelopment of the Canberra Technology Park in Watson. This follows the pledge of the Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) to develop the site into a major education precinct over the next two decades.

Stages of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) continue to roll out nation-wide, providing a steady increase of jobs in the health and aged care sector, a theme examined in the upcoming 2018 edition of The Good Careers Guide.

To learn more about the education and careers landscape in the ACT, was well as on a national scale, ensure you attend the Canberra ACS Seminar.

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2018 exhibitors

Keynote presenter

Petr Adámek
Canberra Innovation Network


Petr has extensive international experience in design, management, business incubation and in the evaluation of innovation policies and programs. He plays a key role in Canberra Innovation Network’s goal for Canberra to be a creative city fuelled by innovation and research.

Joseph Winter
Head of Innovation, Research and Development
Australian Institute of Sport


Joseph heads the Innovation, Research and Development team and is responsible for the coordination of the Australian Sporting Commission Research, and interfacing with AIS high performance personnel including athletes, coaches and support teams. Joe will be providing insight into employment opportunities within sports science and engineering.

Want to attend the 2018 events?

We’d love to have you at the 2018 ACS Seminars! Early-bird registrations are now open for all ACS members.

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