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ACS Unplugged: ICT Professionals Open Day

ACS NSW looks forward to welcoming you to our Barangaroo Technology and Innovation Hub for an exciting day packed with opportunities for you to network with industry peers and discover ways to leverage an ACS membership to accelerate your career in technology, and take it to the next level.

Registration End Date: Wed, 18 May, 06:00 PM

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  • where

  • ACS Barangaroo Technology and Innovation Hub
    Level 27, 100 Barangaroo Avenue
    Barangaroo NSW 2000
  • when

  • Event Start: Thu, 19 May, 10:30 AM
    Event Finish: Thu, 19 May, 01:30 PM
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<p>CONNECT | DISCOVER | GET RECOGNISED</p><p><span style="color: rgb(19, 41, 75);">Are you a Tech professional and looking to maximise your potential? ACS membership has plenty in store for you. Get introduced to the ACS Tech Community to enhance your professional development.</span></p><p>Now is the perfect time to explore the membership benefits at the <b>ACS NSW ICT Professionals Open Day on Thursday 19 May from 10.30AM - 1:30PM AEST</b>. </p><p>Register for free today and learn how ACS can support your professional development through the many services ACS offers to help you grow and upskill, including: </p><ul><li><b>Professional Certification for Professionals and Technologists, the industry certification for a digital world </b>with Henry Louey, Director, Professional Certifications at ACS. Learn about the ACS industry certification highlighting unique skills and competencies in the information and communication technology, digital transformation and software engineering space.</li><li><b>Harbour City Labs, helping local tech brands create global businesses, </b>with Andrew Corbett-Jones, Head of Growth - Harbour City Labs. In our Barangaroo office reside the ultimate scaleup lab for founders and entrepreneurs. Hear about HCL and how it can help you get out of your way, play to your strengths and augment your growth journey.</li><li><b>Smart, Sustainable &amp; Resilient – Effective Strategies for Using Smart City Technologies to Create Flourishing Communities </b>with Theresa Anderson Theresa Anderson (PhD InfoSci) MACS (Snr) CP, Vice Chair NSW Branch Executive Committee.</li><li><b>Positioning IT professionals to be ‘set up for success’ through personal branding</b> with Lucy Lin MACS (Snr) CP, Founder &amp; CMO at Forestlyn. Develop insight into how crafting a strong and authentic personal brand is the key to securing more interviews, being considered for more promotions and giving people around you a memorable sense of who you are, even when you’re not in the room.</li></ul><p><br></p><p> <img src="https://id.acs.org.au/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=0150o00000HuHvQ&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1652411306000" alt="User-added image"></img></p><p><span style="font-size: 10.5pt; background-color: white;"></span><b><i>*Notice for ACS Members: Please note that this event is <u>not</u> applicable for CPD hour(s).</i></b></p>

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Henry Louey

Henry Louey

Henry has been in the ICT industry for close to 30 years. As a graduate of Deakin University, Henry Started his career as a mainframe programmer with Telstra and moved into other areas in ICT such as Service Delivery, Network Administration, Systems Engineering, and Education.
 
Henry is currently the Director for Professional Certification at ACS. In his spare time, Henry enjoys collecting retro video game consoles, traveling, and binge-watching TV shows like the Game of Thrones.

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Theresa Anderson

Theresa Anderson

Associate Professor Theresa Anderson MACS (Snr) CP.

 

Theresa uses creative, compassionate, and contemplative practices to help communities build better digital and data futures. For more than twenty years she has been teaching and researching transdisciplinary approaches to tackling issues related to social concerns associated with emerging technologies. A social informaticist with a PhD in Information Science, she served as inaugural Director and Associate Professor of the Master of Data Science & Innovation program at UTS from 2014-2018, leading the development of a uniquely transdisciplinary and human-centered curriculum. Currently, Theresa contributes to government, industry, and NGO efforts advancing socially-just data policies, and building processes for gaining and maintaining a community’s trust in data/AI use. She is Vice Chair of the Australian Computer Society (ACS) NSW Branch Executive Committee and a member of the ACS National Diversity and Inclusion Council. She also sits on NSW Government’s Artificial Intelligence Review Committee (AIRC). Internationally, through her current work with the International Standards Organisation (ISO) and International Science Council’s Committee on Data (CODATA, she is helping to shape international standards for responsible and equitable data use. As part of CODATA’s Resilient and Healthy Cities Working Group, she is advising on data harmonization and data integration strategies related to public urban health and smart cities.

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Andrew Corbett-Jones

Andrew Corbett-Jones

Experienced Entrepreneur with a long history of working with a broad range of start-ups, helping them to develop successful capital raising and go-to-market strategies, coaching founders, and challenging traditional thinking.

A strong focus on international trade and investment, and in connecting start-up ecosystems across the world, especially the UK, Australia and New Zealand, with experience working alongside government to deliver programmes aimed at entrepreneurs, start-ups and scale-ups.

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Lucy Lin

Lucy Lin

I am a strategic growth advisor and I help entrepreneurs, scaling businesses, and established organisations navigate through business growth, digital transformation and commercialisation strategies. I am passionate about the customer, emerging technologies and encouraging companies to think globally and outside the box. I work in partnership with founders, startups, small-medium size businesses, non-profits, universities, corporations, and the government on market testing, new business models, go-to-market, funding and international expansion engagements. With an extensive marketing background (American Express, Qantas Airways, HERE Technologies, Linklaters Law), I am also a two times founder with an award-winning mobile app and a global marketing consultancy. I am a global citizen and I deeply understand the international audience and landscape having worked in Australia, Canada, Japan, Taiwan, and the UK. I believe in diversity, I am a proud woman in tech, and I bring fresh thinking and alternative ideas to any board and team. An advocate for education, I hold a Master of Commerce (majoring in Marketing and Strategic Management), a Communications undergraduate degree and I am currently the President of the University of Sydney Business School Alumni Network. To get in touch with me, please visit: lucy-lin.com

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Level 27, 100 Barangaroo Avenue,Barangaroo,NSW,Australia

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Disclaimer

  • ACS reserves the right to change the program at any time. Every effort will be made to ensure a program of equivalent standard and members are updated with changes.
  • All dietary requirements are considered, however we cannot guarantee a 100% allergen free environment.
  • ACS reserves the right to prohibit entry or eject any person from an ACS event based on behaviour deemed inappropriate by ACS staff, its agents and/or others working under its authority.
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  • Photography and/or filming may take place during this event, by accepting these terms you consent to this. Please let a member of ACS know if you do not want your picture taken.

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By registering to attend an ACS in person event you are agreeing to the below terms and conditions

  • If an attendee is displaying flu or cold like symptoms in the days leading up to the event and therefore is not able to attend, ACS will refund the registration fee.
  • If an attendee comes to an event and is displaying flu or cold like symptoms they will be asked to leave
  • We ask all ACS members to respect the social distancing guidelines, if an attendee repeatedly disregards these guidelines, they may be asked to leave
  • ACS reserves the right to cancel the event within 24 hours' notice if either the speaker or the event host has advised us that they are exhibiting flu or cold like symptoms
  • All attendees must provide a valid phone number and email address to be contacted on if there is reason to notify about a possible COVID-19 exposure

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