The National Indigenous Career Advancement Forum 2013

Developing Career Pathways, Supportive Training, Coaching and Mentoring Strategies to Facilitate the Advancement and Retention of Indigenous Talent
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SYDNEY - Sept. 29, 2013 - PRLog -- EXPLORE

·         Improving cultural awareness and embedding Indigenous culture in programs and processes

·         Developing successful long-term Indigenous employment and progression opportunities

·         New innovations in Indigenous recruitment, training, mentoring and career advancement

·         Strategies for effective long-term Indigenous engagement

FEATURED SPEAKERS

·         Laura Jones General Manager, People Virgin Australia

·         Abbey White National Indigenous Employment Manager National Australia Bank

·         Terry Cubley Manager, Human Resources, Organisational Capability GM Holden Ltd

·         Chris Heelan Executive Manager, Indigenous Education AFL SportsReady

·         Melissa Hardham Group Manager, Indigenous Engagement, Group Corporate Affairs Toll Group

·         Sean Armistead Group Manager, Indigenous Employment Programs Crown Melbourne Limited

·         Peter Coyne Executive General Manager, Human Resources Crown Melbourne Limited

·         Andrew Veasey National Program Manager CareerTrackers - Indigenous Internship Program

·         Lilly Brown Tutor Coordinator, Australian Indigenous Studies, School of  Culture and Communication The University of Melbourne

·         Ken Torrance Country Indigenous Development Manager Kentz Pty Ltd

·         Sharon McCullough Regional Aboriginal Employment Support Officer Department of Family and Community Services, New South Wales

·         Rob Allen Senior Advisor, Indigenous Program Monadelphous Group Limited

·         Jacqui Marion State Coordinator, Aboriginal Community Liaison Officer Program Victoria Police

·         Jan McCalman Manager, Employment Department of State Development, Business and  Innovation, Victoria

·         Julie Smith Manager, Aboriginal Employment – Workforce Hunter New England Local Health District

·         Gavin Somers Manager, koori Employment Team Department of Justice, Victoria

·         Jamie Williamson Employment Consultant, People and Workplace Services Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure, Victoria

ABOUT THE EVENT

Indigenous representation in most workforces continues to be very disproportionate across many organisations. A variety of social, cultural and organisational issues contribute to this under-representation, with the challenges facing Indigenous people and communities varied, long-standing and complex. Many organisations are seeing the vast benefits of improving organisational diversity and increasing the number of Indigenous people and are slowly developing and implementing Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) to consolidate their commitment to recruiting, training and advancing Indigenous people.

The National Indigenous Career Advancement Forum 2013 showcases a variety of new case studies from organisations that are dedicated to diversity and have been successful in their quest to increase Indigenous representation through engagement, mentoring, education and advancement programs. The forum provides an interactive platform to discuss new and innovative employment strategies and proven practices to retain and develop Indigenous employees. The event focuses on the importance of cultural intelligence and awareness and how a supportive and safe culture is the key to successful, long-term Indigenous employment and career advancement.

Download the event brochure here: http://liquidlearning.com.au/documents/ICA1113/ICA1113_W.pdf

To request more information or book your place at this practical event, contact Liquid Learning:

Email: marketing@liquidlearning.com.au  or visit our website: www.liquidlearning.com.au

Phone: +61 2 8239 9700, Fax: +61 2 8239 9777.
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