Now more than ever, it’s essential that tertiary education institutions and industry have a strong working relationship. Graduates are our future workforce, and when it comes to choosing a university or workplace, they vote with their feet. But now that employment conditions are completely different and course prices appear to be radically changing, will these emerging graduates find the jobs they've hoped for? Are they prepared to work flexibly? Will government reforms incentivise jobs in professions that are currently lacking skills? Do university certifications still stack up against more alternative employment routes?
Now in its 4th year, the Graduate Employment Outcomes and Industry Partnerships Conference will help you understand what type of graduates are required to meet the needs of a post-pandemic workplace, how students can be taught to fulfil these needs, and how employers can identify and attract job ready and culturally fit workers. Primarily, this event will leave you with fresh ideas and new contacts that will allow you to forge long-lasting and profitable partnerships.
All industry speakers are from the top 50 graduate employers; participating organisations include:
- Australian Network on Disability
- University of Sydney
- University of New South Wales
- RMIT University