Suites 8 - 9,
Royal Life Saving House
26 Napier Close,
Deakin ACT 2600
The ACS Canberra Branch has a meeting boardroom suited to meetings, gatherings and Special Interest Groups (SIGs) of up to 15 members. It is available free of charge to members and affiliated organisations, and it is conveniently located in the 'Life Saving House, Deakin' with three free day parking spots and free street parking after 5pm.
We offer exclusive services to members including free Wi-Fi access and significant discounts on board room and office hire when you book half day, full day and evening hire. Office facilities and catering are also available.
Contact the office for more information about our rates and services on (02) 6143 5503 or e-mail email@example.com to enquire about availability.
ACS Fellows and Mentoring
Find a mentor. The Canberra Branch coordinates a mentoring scheme whereby tertiary computing students can informally network with experienced professionals in areas which are of particular interest to them. Mentors are available to provide information to current and future ACS members and others with a more general interest in ICT.
Level 27, Tower 1, 100 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney NSW 2000
ACS New South Wales strives to provide its members with a variety of informative events that focus on professional and career development, advancing industry insights and delivering frontline news on emerging technologies. Our events also provide a platform for our members to meet and network with fellow ICT professionals. These events include:
The ACS NSW Meetup group is open to members and non-members. We source subject gurus who discuss key topics, such as game development, AI, cyber security, ethical hacking, IoT and Blockchain.
Professional Year Conferences
Our Professional Year (PYear) conferences are designed for those currently undergoing the ACS Professional Year Program. These events focus on improving awareness and understanding of workplace leadership and providing the tools to map-out your career as a skilled professional.
Be Job-Ready Series
This series supports emerging IT professionals and students. We invite talent acquisition specialists to host workshops to help our members find pathways to get job-ready.
ACS NSW Technical Presents
These events feature industry experts sharing expert knowledge on a variety of topics. These sessions are designed to advance your professional development portfolio and keep you informed on best-practices in your field.
ACS Technology & Innovation Hub
The ACS Technology & Innovation Hub is located in Barangaroo, Sydney’s newest tech and business precinct. ACS members are invited and encouraged to visit and use the Hub during business hours. The Hub is a custom-built collaborative space that fuels creativity and innovation.
Private and collaborative workspaces
High-tech meeting rooms with click-share and conferencing facilities
Interactive smart screens
Full kitchen with coffee and tea amenities
Ping-pong table and gaming consoles.
Hiring Hub Space
Please contact ACS NSW if you would like to hold a curated event or educational workshop for your organisation. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACS members in Western Australia are invited to monthly forums on a diverse range of topics, as well as recognised and accredited professional development sessions. For more information and to find out what's on this month, check the upcoming events page.
The ACS Mentoring Program will improve career development opportunities for members who are looking for career guidance in the ICT industry by matching them with leading industry veterans in a structured support program. Together, mentors and mentees set goals and work through a planned approach. After six months in the program, a mentee will be well placed to understand professional and leadership requirements typical in ICT today.
The WA Branch has a meeting room suited to small gatherings and SIGs of up to 20 members. It is available free of charge to members and affiliated organisations, and is conveniently located in Victoria Park with ample free parking. Contact the office on (08) 9260 3701 or e-mail Sarah.Newland@acs.org.au to enquire about availability or to make a booking.
The ACS WA 1962 Prize
This prestigious prize is annually awarded to an individual Computing/Information Systems student in Western Australia. The prize awards recognition of student excellence in ICT and a $1,000.00 cash prize. To learn more and apply, please click HERE.