Career Development Network Day

Fremantle 12 Feb 2019

12 February  |  9am-2.30pm  |  ND46, The University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle

A Professional Development program for career practitioners brought to you by The University of Notre Dame Australia and Careers Development Association of Australia.  This annual event is a fantastic chance to start the year with new information and networking opportunities.

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Schedule: 

TimeActivity
8.30-9.00am   Registration
9.00-9.10am Acknowledgement of Country and welcome

Professor Selma Alliex | Head of Fremantle Campus, The University of Notre Dame Australia
Associate Professor Clive Walley, The University of Notre Dame Australia
Rebecca Herbertson | CDAA Divisional President
9.10-9.45am TISC update

Wayne Betts | Executive Officer, TISC
9.45-10.30am Panel: What’s new at WA universities?

Representatives from The University of Notre Dame Australia, Curtin University, CQ University, Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University and The University of Western Australia
10.30-11.00am Morning tea
11.00-11.45am Cross cultural communications

Tanya Finnie
11.45am- 12.45pm Recruitment panel: current practices and trends

Haydn Bell | State Manager, People Bank
David Kempen | Recruitment Senior Consultant, PWC
Susan Morris | Recruitment and Operations Manager, Brunel
Ian Newall | Client Services Manager, Health Care Australia
12.45-1.15pm Lunch
1.15-1.55pm Resilience and mental health in practice

Annabeth Bateman | Community Awareness Officer, Headspace
1.55-2.30pm Successful transitions – student insights
 

For further information contact the Prospective Students Office on 61 8 9433 0533 or at future@nd.edu.au.

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The Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA) is Australia’s largest and only cross-sectoral community of career development practitioners, with members in every state and territory. The association promotes the work of career development professionals supporting clients at every stage of life for individual, corporate and national growth and well-being.