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Posted On April 4, 2018
This session covers: The key features of the TAE16 and how they differ from previous versions of the qualification. The recommended ways of achieving the upgrade so that you and your team are current for both compliance and professional development purposes. The main points of difference between the Certificate and the Diploma levels so that […]

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Posted On May 25, 2017
Work is changing. Simple work is being automated. Standardised work is being outsourced. Complex, creative work built on implicit knowledge is the modern business imperative. For individuals and enterprises alike there is an urgent, growing need for: New accountability for developing our personal skills. Individuals must embrace responsibility for their personal knowledge and professional development […]

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Posted On May 25, 2017
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, more than 45% of Australians aged over 15 have reading skills below the minimum required to meet the complex demands of everyday life and work. The Federal Government and many Australian organisations are working to improve the Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) of Australia’s workforce to improve workers’ […]

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Posted On May 25, 2017
Learning requirements are often dictated, and overemphasise formal learning. They do little to encourage personal ownership of performance improvement and often fail to recognise the substantial and powerful amount of informal learning that occurs. Watch this complimentary, one-hour recorded discussion and gain valuable insights the growing movement towards learner-driven workplace learning.

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Posted On May 25, 2017
Strategies don’t always become realities. Why is this? Can failure be blamed on a lack of discipline and poor communication, or is it that management over-emphasises the importance of crafting the strategy, and under-emphasises the need to ensure it is implemented (and adapted) correctly?. Understanding why strategy doesn’t stick is interesting, but alone is not […]

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Posted On May 25, 2017
For each person who accesses the Internet via computer today, two more will connect from mobile devices. Because of their ubiquity and portability, smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices are influencing learning and again challenging our perceptions of when, how, and why people learn. Often misunderstood, mobile learning oozes potential — particularly in areas like […]

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Posted On May 25, 2017
Over the past decade technology savvy L&D professionals have been exploring, adopting and refining the principles of game mechanics in increasingly sophisticated ways to improve employee performance and change workplace behaviour. Gamification also has its critics—but experts agree there’s simply no denying the data: When you make learning more fun, you get better outcomes because […]

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Posted On May 25, 2017
Organisations of all sizes and in virtually every sector across Australia are increasingly affected by compliance issues driven by a fast-changing regulatory landscape, increasingly complex business environments and rapid technology change. They need proven solutions that not only achieve cost and resource efficiencies but that also: Reduce risk Ensure good corporate governance Protect reputation and […]

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Posted On May 25, 2017
In this webinar you’ll learn how to manipulate and visualise important business data, turning it into something meaningful for your business or organisation. Topics covered include: Tips for navigating & selecting large data sets Removing duplicate data Using filters to find important information quickly Using conditional formatting to create alerts and dashboards Using pivot tables […]

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Posted On May 25, 2017
Depressed by the sight of your inbox? Annoyed by all those FYI messages? Fed up with never being able to find what you want? View our webinar above and watch one of our Microsoft experts, Justin Read, show you the top three tips for taking control of your email – creating folders, using voting buttons and rules […]

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Posted On May 25, 2017
Steve Ballmer has said Microsoft has “reimagined” Windows with Windows 8, and soon the world will know what those words really mean. Be among the first to see and hear about: Microsoft’s views about current, emerging and future trends that are changing the way we work Windows 8’s stunning new user experience Cool new features of […]

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