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ACS NT Masterclass: Critical and Creative Communications - Creative Problem Solving

Find innovative solutions to challenges! Creative problem solving is a way of solving problems or identifying opportunities when conventional thinking has failed. It encourages you to find fresh perspectives and come up with innovative solutions, so that you can formulate a plan to overcome obstacles and reach your goals.

Registration End Date: Mon, 04 Oct, 11:00 AM

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  • The Atrium on The Avenue
    12 Salonika St
    The Gardens NT 0820
  • when

  • Event Start: Wed, 06 Oct, 08:30 AM
    Event Finish: Wed, 06 Oct, 10:30 AM
  • event price

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The Creative Problem Solving Masterclass will explore strategies for identifying the problem and exploring multiple and creative solutions. You will learn how to adopt an approach that identifies the challenge, explores solutions and develop a plan for implementation.<br><br>The Critical and Creative Communications series of Masterclasses aim to educate by providing hands-on experience to develop an action plan on a singular topic. The series will cover four topics, held over four sessions, facilitated by Yvonne Webb, Operations Manager, Industry Skills Advisory Council NT. This Creative Problem Solving Masterclass is the third in the series. <br><br><img alt="User-added image" src="https://id.acs.org.au/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=0150o00000Ht6p7&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1631061016000"></img><br><br>This Masterclass is ideal for all ACS members, regardless of career level, as we aim to have diversity among the group attending. Places are limited. Registration is essential. <br>Refreshments will be provided. <br><br><b>The Masterclass will include:</b> <ul><li>Small group workshop to allow maximum interaction with facilitator</li><li>Notes and practical activities to take away with you</li><li>Certificate of participation</li><li>Morning Tea</li></ul> <br><br><br> 

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CPD HOURS

2

SKILL

Learning design and development (TMCR) -> Level 5

Facilitator

Yvonne Webb

Yvonne Webb

Working with ISACNT, I continue to support both industry and individuals in developing skills for productive workplaces. 
Having had an extensive background in the hotel industry covering operations, human resources, finance, sales and marketing, I am well versed in Tourism and Hospitality industry with a strong interest in Leadership and Management for workplaces of the future.
My role provides insight into the areas of:
•    Government policy, funding and priorities
•    National and regional agendas for workforce planning strategy
•    VET system and workforce - challenges and reform
•    Challenges of language, literacies and numeracy as applicable to workforces nationally and locally
•    VET product development as influenced by both Government policy and Industry needs
•    Community and stakeholder engagement

Also a certified LEGO Serious Play practitioner and a committed Critical and Creative Problem solver. Smart people know there is always a solution for every problem.  Creative people know there are multiple solutions! (advice from Jill Biden – 2018 Creative Problem Solving Conference)

 

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12 Salonika St,The Gardens,NT,Australia

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