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FUTUREgen17 Conference

When:

Tue 5 Dec 2017, 8:30am–6:30pm
Wed 6 Dec 2017, 8:30am–3:00pm

Where: Mantra Hotel On View, 22 View Ave, Surfers Paradise, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Super Early Bird: $825.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: infoy79

The inaugural FUTUREgen Conference was held in Melbourne on the 2nd and 3rd August 2016. Hosted by youth employment and career education consultancy, Thinq Group, the event welcomed 240 delegates from across Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Asia to network and share best practices in supporting young people in the areas of engagement, education, employment and entrepreneurship.

FUTUREgen Conferences is designed to allow for maximum participation with a focus on outcomes, professional development, application of theory and celebrating best practice. It's a must attend event for anyone engaging with, delivering and developing programs/services to and for young people

2017 Conference Theme - Collaborating for Impact & Innovation

2017 Conference Topics:
Recruiting & Supporting Young People in the Workplace.
Indigenous Education & Employment.
Using Technology to Engage Young People.
Supporting Multicultural Youth.
Involving Young People in Social Enterprise.
Employer Expectations and Best Practice to Recruiting Young People.
Engaging at-risk youth in employment and education.
Embedding Career Development in the School Curriculum.
The VET System and Young People.
Reengaging Young People into Education.
Best Practice for Engaging Parents & Families in a Young Persons Transition.
Engaging Young People through Distance Education.
Innovative Practices to Supporting Young People in Rural/Regional Areas.
Mentoring Youth for Entrepreneurship.
Volunteering & Work Experience for Youth.
Entrepreneurship in the classroom.
Innovative approaches to addressing barriers to employment.
Personal Branding for Young People.
Preparing Young People in Youth Justice for Change.
Preparing young people with disability for employment.
Working with/employing young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Youth Transitions.
International Practices & Solutions to Tackling Youth Unemployment

Who should attend:
Academics
Apprenticeship Network Providers
Australian Disability Enterprises
Businesses: SMEs & Major Corporates
Career Counsellors/Guidance Officers
Corporate Social Responsibility Managers
Course Coordinators/Student Recruitment
Disability Employment Service Providers
Employment Specialists, Career Coaches, Case Managers, Mentors and Consultants
Empowering YOUth Providers
Entrepreneurship Program Providers
Federal and State/Territory Government Representatives
Group Training Providers
Human Resources Professionals
Indigenous Employment Program Providers
Peak Industry Bodies
Jobactive Providers
Local Government Economic Development Coordinators & Youth Services
Migrants and Refugees Programs
Flexible Learning Option (FLO) Providers
Policy and Research Managers
Psychologists working with job seekers and Organisational Psychologists
Regional Employment representatives
Researchers
Return/Back to Work and Rehabilitation Counsellors
Secondary School Principals/Assistant Principals
Service Delivery and Program Managers
Social Enterprises
TAFE Representatives
Training/Professional Development
Transition to Work Providers
University Representatives
Youth Advocacy Groups
Youth Justice Workers
Youth Workers

Super early bird until 20/12/2016 (incl GST).