Industry Courses and Education Programs for Professionals
Preparing a GRI report can potentially be daunting without the benefit of a structured program that takes you through all of the ins and outs and tricks of the trade in how to begin the report. ZOOiD doesn’t simply provide training in this area; ZOOiD also prepares sustainability reports for clients!
- Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne - 28th, 29th, 30th APril 2020
At all levels across the APS, the ability to effectively understand, interpret and report on data is essential for driving decisions that achieve the best outcomes for citizens.
- April – May 2020, Melbourne/Brisbane/Sydney/Canberra
Through this interactive course, learn the necessary skills and strategies to overcome obstacles and adversity, to develop influential communication skills, and foster the resilience and productivity you need to thrive in the industry.
- April and May in Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Perth
This previously sold out Measuring Outcomes Based Approaches in Government Masterclass series is back in 2020, and is your opportunity to learn how to enhance outcomes for citizens by understanding what needs to be achieved, develop indicators that demonstrate progress towards outcomes, engage teams to integrate outcomes into program and policy, and produce strategies to measure progress.
- Top-up scholarships valued at $7,000 per year plus an operating budget of $10,000 per annum
The CSIRO Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Postgraduate Scholarship program is a new initiative which supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to undertake postgraduate study in CSIRO STEM (science, technology engineering, mathematics) priority areas.
- Applications close: 5.00pm on 31 May
The Royal Society of Victoria has established four prestigious, competitive prizes open to post-graduate, doctoral students in all areas of the Biomedical & Health Sciences, Biological Sciences (Non-human), Earth Sciences and Physical Sciences.
CSIRO Data61 is seeking expressions of interest from students of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent who are enrolled full time in an undergraduate degree course in Mathematics, Mathematical Science, Statistics, Computer Science and Technology, Information Technology or Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Mechatronics or Software).
The CSCRC aims to inspire the next generation of cyber security professionals through working with some of the best cyber security researchers in Australia, and engagement with the CSCRC Industry & Government Participants.
- Cape York, Australia – June 27th to July 3rd 2020
This is a unique professional development opportunity where you will be challenged, inspired and motivated, and gain the skills to take your aspirations as a change maker to the next level in your practice.