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The future of work with students of today – Tech Talk #1

October 13 @ 3:30 pm - 4:15 pm

In a fascinating 45-minute Tech Talk, Dr Amanda White shares her insights on the world of ‘Robotics and Automation’ in shaping the fourth Industrial Revolution. Amanda is the General Manager of Freelance Robotics, which is responsible for developing mindboggling Industrial Robotics and the RoboTradies program. Best of all, there’s some incredible job opportunities happening in Australia.

Amanda also works with state industry-leaders, experts, entrepreneurs, start-ups, educators, government, innovators, as well as students keen to work in this exciting field.

The advances in Robotics and Automation, Electronics, Mechanics, Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence is transforming the world we know, as well as improving the world for tomorrow. What’s more, it’s creating all sorts of new jobs (amazing jobs!) you’ve probably never even heard of.

If this sounds interesting to you, then join the online info session to learn more, and to pick Amanda’s brains with any questions you may have.

This event will be about 25 minutes. Visit the Tech Talk event page to join on the day and for more information.

About:
This talk is brought to you by The Australian Computer Society, ACS Foundation and ICT Gateway to Industry Schools Program. It’s part of a series of talks showing how a career in tech can be flexible, innovative, creative and well-paid. Join established and emerging tech leaders who will talk about their career journey to date. They’ll provide insights into the pathways into an amazing tech career.

The ICT Gateway to Industry Schools program is proudly supported by the Queensland Government and Department of Employment, Small Business and Training. Look for the #ictgisp tag on LinkedIn to find out more.

 

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October 13
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3:30 pm - 4:15 pm
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Australian Computer Society Foundation
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