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Introducing your second session speaker for the Young Professionals Half-Day conference…

Thursday, 17 Nov 2016

Henry Louey – Director, Professional Certifications at ACS

Henry Louey
ICT Educator, Public Speaker and Business Development Executive, Henry has over 25 years’ experience in all facets of the ICT education and training sector - both locally and abroad.

As an educator, Henry has designed and implemented a number of programs with colleges and universities across the region to help align industry certification into core school curriculum.

As a public speaker and writer, Henry has been an industry speaker at many I.T conferences and has spoken on topics such as Cloud Computing, Security, Identity Management & Green I.T.  Henry has also authored a number of articles which have been published in industry magazines.

In business development, Henry has been successful in growing and developing new certification opportunities in both domestic and international markets.

Before joining ACS, Henry has worked for multiple global companies including Novell, CompTIA and Telstra. Henry holds an B.Sc at Deakin University and is MACs (Snr) CP.

The conference is the second of its kind in 2016, and will feature three workshops, each facilitated by a different industry professional and topic.

This will be the final session of the conference which will look at the role of Vendor Certifications in the ICT industry, ICT Certification pathways and the emergence of Micro-Credentialing in gaining recognition for the skills you will develop throughout your career.

We will also look at the importance of Academic Qualifications and Vendor Certifications to complement your undergraduate degree.



Date:Friday 9 December, 2016
Time:8:30am registration for a 9:00am start
Venue:     Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre (MCEC), South Wharf
Cost:ACS Members - $20.00
Non Members - $50.00


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