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ACS NT Careers Development Panel

Story telling provides us with a unique opportunity for connection, engagement, education and inspiration. We are pleased to invite you to join us to hear a panel of Northern Territory’s senior Information Communication Technology professionals tell their career path stories and share tips on how they achieved their success.

Event Start: Mon 24 Jun 04:30 PM ACST
Event Finish: Mon 24 Jun 06:30 PM ACST

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Registration End Date: Mon 24 Jun 03:30 PM


Australia and the world are currently undergoing significant and rapid technological change, and working in the ICT sector means that you are on the forefront of navigating that change. Continual professional and personal development will be key to helping you to combat challenges, take advantage of opportunities and progress your career. Our panel of industry professionals will each share their personal career path stories, aimed to inspire and help you to achieve your own career success. You will hear unique insights into how their professional development strategy has helped them to get to where they are, and tips on how you can also become and ICT industry leader.<br>This session is a must attend for anyone who intends to advance their professional development and career.  <br><br>Panellists include:<br>Sonia Peters, Director Cyber Strategy, Department of Corporate Information Services<br>Damien Charles, NT Regional Manager, NEC<br>Barbara White, ICT Lecturer, CDU<br> 

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Learning and development management (ETMG) -> Level 3

Panellist

Barbara Anne White

Barbara Anne White

Barbara is the senior ICT lecturer at CDU. She has a particular interest in teaching: 

  • Web and Net
  • Interaction Design
  • Project Management

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Sonia Peters

Sonia Peters

Sonia is Director of Cyber Strategy, a role encompassing cyber governance, strategy and end user awareness, for an agency providing ICT enterprise shared services across the Northern Territory Government.  In this role she also works with technical teams to support cyber strategy initiatives. Her work background is in policy development, strategy, communications and marketing.  In her spare time she is a part-time law student.
 

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Damien Charles

Damien Charles

NT Regional Manager for NEC, I have been part of the team providing solutions and services to the Northern Territory Government since 2001. I completed my IT degree at Charles Darwin University in the early 2000's.

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Bel Cook

Bel Cook

Delivering hundreds of projects for leading production teams, Bel’s work has won industry awards for the creation of never-before-seen web software for organisations such as Google, Optus, Sydney Opera House and Subaru.

Now the founder of her own Agency in the Northern Territory, Digitally Buzzed, Bel is entering the world of augmented reality. 

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81 Smith St,Darwin,NT,Australia

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  • H on Smith Hotel
    81 Smith St
    Darwin NT 0800
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  • Event Start:
    Mon 24 Jun 04:30 PM ACST

    Event Finish:
    Mon 24 Jun 06:30 PM ACST
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