Skip to main content
Cookies Policy
Detailed information on the use of cookies on this website is provided in our Privacy Policy. By closing this message and proceeding, you consent to our use of cookies in accordance with our Cookies Policy.
x

We have implemented new login procedure. Learn More

  • CONTACT US
  • icon-facebook
  • icon-linkedin
  • icon-twitter

Tech Employability Bootcamp: How to craft your professional narrative

Join this intensive session designed to help you develop the skills and knowledge needed to pursue a career in the tech industry.

Event Start: Tue 27 Feb 06:30 AM
Event Finish: Tue 27 Feb 08:30 AM

Completed

Registration End Date: Tue 27 Feb 03:00 AM


<p><em>*If you are not a current ACS member, you will be asked to &#39;create an account&#39;. Your details will be used for registration processes only. If you experience technical issues, please contact <a href="mailto:events@acs.org.au" target="_blank">events@acs.org.au</a>.</em><br><br><strong><em>Please note: The Bootcamp will be recorded. If you cannot attend and would like to receive a copy of the recording, you will need to register for the event.</em></strong></p> <p>In the dynamic landscape of the Australian tech industry, networking is crucial for professional advancement serving as a linchpin for career growth and accessing new opportunities.  This presentation provides emerging professionals with a variety of strategies including optimising LinkedIn profiles and cultivating a compelling online presence. Transitioning from the virtual sphere to physical events, the discussion focuses on participation in industry events and offers insights into effective networking practices, including engaging with speakers and initiating meaningful discussions. The importance of proactive outreach is demonstrated by requesting informational interviews. Online tech communities are also presented as networking opportunities by contributing to discussions and cultivating a positive virtual presence. The presentation concludes by highlighting the importance of cultivating authentic long term professional relationships rather than from transactional engagements.<br> <br><strong>Key Takeaways:</strong></p> <ul><li>Strategic Online Presence: Craft a compelling online profile that showcases skills, projects and achievements.</li><li>Attend and Engage: Actively participate in industry events, conferences, and online communities to expand your network.</li><li>Informational Interviews: Seek and conduct informational interviews to gain insights and build meaningful connections.</li><li>Contribute and Share: Contribute to discussions and share knowledge in online communities to establish credibility.</li><li>Build Authentic Connections: Prioritise building genuine, long-term ongoing relationships over transactional networking.</li></ul> <p><strong>Speakers</strong></p> <ul><li><strong>Robin Poudel</strong>, Cyber Security Analyst, Cythera and ACS Professional Year graduate</li><li><strong>Nicola Steel,  </strong>Founding Director - IT &amp; Digital Recruitment, JJP Talent Solutions</li></ul>

Contact Details

Share this event:

CPD HOURS

2

SKILL

Knowledge -> Level 3

Speaker

Nicola Steel

Nicola Steel

Since 1999, I have connected over 1000 IT professionals with leading startups, SMEs and corporates in both Australia and the UK. Over 99% of candidates I place pass their probation period and become highly valued team members thus avoiding the pain and cost of a bad hire.My passion is connecting tech start-ups with software experts. A major barrier to growth for start-ups is finding the right balance of exceptional technical skills with the right cultural fit. Over the last 20+ years, I have gained a thorough understanding of what kind of person thrives in the fast-paced and rapidly changing world of start-ups. Based on my expertise with start-ups, I have been selected as the Preferred Recruitment Partner for ACS QLD and River City Labs. I am also a volunteer mentor at River City Labs to advise and help start-ups grow and succeed.

Show More

Robin Poudel

Robin Poudel

Robin Poudel is an experienced Cyber Security Operation Analyst at Cythera, with a background in network administration and a bachelor’s degree in computer science majoring in Cyber Security from Swinburne University of Technology. Originally from Nepal, Robin relocated to Australia seven years ago as an international student.

Robin brings over three years of experience in the education industry as a Systems/Network Administrator. His expertise lies in various domains within cybersecurity, including Cyber Security Consulting, vCISO role for SMEs, SOC as a Service, and Security Architecture and Infrastructure.

Robin is passionate about leveraging new technologies to enhance cybersecurity measures, constantly exploring and experimenting with emerging tech gadgets and applications.

Robin adheres to the belief that taking action is key to personal and professional growth. He lives by the motto, "If you want to do it and haven't done it, just do it, as you never know how it would feel."

Show More
Tech Employability Bootcamp: How to craft your professional narrative

  • when

  • Event Start:
    Tue 27 Feb 06:30 AM

    Event Finish:
    Tue 27 Feb 08:30 AM
  • event price

  • -

Recommended Events

Event Terms and Conditions

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.
  • Filming or streaming by attendees is not permitted. If an attendee is found to be doing so they will be asked to leave the event immediately and further action may be taken.
  • 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.

COVID-19 Event Attendance Compliance

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

Personal information collection notice

By registering for this event, you are providing personal information to the Australian Computer Society. In accordance with the ACS Privacy Policy, ACS collects personal information through registrations and attendances at its events for the purposes of:

  • organising and providing the various professional development events held by the ACS (including for example, courses, conferences, seminars, workshops, launches);
  • processing and managing event registrations (including catering for dietary requirements);
  • maintaining event attendance records;
  • contacting registered event guests with information in regard to the event and seeking post-event feedback;
  • communicating with you to in relation to future events or ACS products, courses, services, promotions or other products or services that ACS reasonably thinks may be of interest to attendees;
  • processing and responding to attendee inquiries; and
  • conducting research to improve its events and better understanding needs. 

If the required information is not provided, we or any involved third parties, may not be able to respond to you, update you, or provide appropriate services or events to you.

We may obtain personal information directly from you or from someone who registers for the event on your behalf. If you provide us with personal information about another person, you must do so only with their consent and agree to make them aware of this privacy notice.

ACS may share your personal information with third parties for the collection purposes noted above or as set out in our Privacy Policy, where it is reasonably necessary for, or directly related to, one or more of our activities, or required by law.

When you register to participate in an overseas event, we may send personal information we collect overseas.

See our Privacy Policy at https://www.acs.org.au/privacy-policy.html for more information about our privacy practices.