The Australian Computer Society (ACS) in conjunction with the CIO Executive Council (CEC) is offering to sponsor 3 Senior ICT Managers or potential CIOs to attend CEC’s Pathways Program.
This is a fantastic opportunity to further develop your skills by being sponsored to attend a specialised 12 month professional leadership development program which brings together best practice, thought leadership and customised CIO mentoring.
Designed and delivered by leading local and global CIOs, this unique program is all about turning today's ICT professionals into business leaders of tomorrow, bridging the ICT to business gap. More information about the Pathways Program is available by downloading the Pathways Brochure and Curriculum. The Pathways program is designed to facilitate a start time anytime during the program.
The ACS is offering members, in senior ICT managerial roles, the opportunity to attend the program by nominating for the sponsorships. The sponsorships will be offered to candidates selected by a panel of senior CIOs from some of Australian’s leading organisations. Being selected for the sponsorship will be recognition of your achievements and potential to make a significant difference in the application of ICT. As an ACS sponsored participant in the Pathways Program you will be provided with practical skills, an expanded network of like professionals and huge advances in your career development.
Nomination forms and Terms and Conditions are available here.
Please forward completed nomination forms along with your resume to Natassja Cooper at email@example.com.
Applicants must be a MACS Senior CP to be considered for this Scholarship.
Nominations will be accepted up until Sunday 15 September 2013. The selected candidates will be informed by Friday 27 September 2013.
About the CIO Executive Council
The CIO Executive Council is an international organisation representing over 550 CIO members across the US, Canada, Europe and Asia Pacific, with 60+ based in Australia. The mission of the Executive Council is to provide member CIOs with a united voice on business and technology matters and to enable them to act as trusted, unbiased resources to one another in order to help CIOs strengthen themselves, their businesses and their teams whilst collectively advancing the CIO profession. Council members work together to drive value from the intersection of business, information technology and strategy. Through peer reliance, collaboration and outreach, members apply the knowledge, insights and best practices of their peers to the success of their enterprises, their teams and their own personal achievement.