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What changes will government make this year and what will they mean for your business?

Monday, March 10 2014

ACPET’s second Executive Retreat ‘Drive your business vision through your executive brand’ in Melbourne from 6-8 April is the key event for you to attend this year if you need help in understanding all of the changes the government will make to the VET, higher education and international sectors in 2014; in working out what they will mean for your business; and in determining how to use your brand to successfully benefit from the changes.

Joining ACPET CEO, Claire Field, to step you through the changes that are coming, and assist you in reflecting on where your business is today and where you want it to be, are:

Peter Giutronich (Spike Corporate Training) - Event Facilitator

Peter has worked around the world over 25 years training mentoring and coaching to multinationals, government agencies and small business. Peter specialises in communication, teambuilding, mediation, conflict resolution and personal development.

Bill Lang (The Human Performance Company) - Event Keynote Speaker

Bill Lang is the founder of several businesses and organisations serving 25 million clients in 50 countries. Bill advises and coaches organisations and people how to develop the right skills to maximise their workplace contribution and career satisfaction.

Peter Schultz (EDC Business Services & Business Tactix) - Workshop Presenter

With longstanding senior business development and marketing experience, Peter specialises in intellectual property management and commercialisation, as well as search engine optimisation and brand reputation management - both increasingly important for business survival and growth.

Barb West (Culture Works) - Workshop Presenter

Dr Barb West Barb West has spent nearly 20 years lecturing, writing and consulting in the areas of culture, international relations and intercultural communications. Barb trains business professionals from all sectors of the economy to facilitate cultural adaptability.

ACPET understands the challenges of keeping abreast of government changes and their impact on the sector.

Don't be caught out!

Take the time to fully understand the policy changes government is preparing to make and how they will impact you. This retreat will ensure you will leave with 'first mover advantage' to benefit from the changing policy environment. In addition the sessions will keep your leadership and commercial skills fresh, so your business continues to thrive. You will emerge with:

  • a much clearer understanding of the changes coming to the sector this year
  • a clearer understanding of you and your brand, and how you can harness your brand to take your institution to a new level, as well as 
  • new business skills and new peer contacts.

This energetic, intense and fun two days takes place at the peaceful park setting of Aitken Hill conference facility, a short 15 minutes from Melbourne Airport.

Places are limited. To register, please click here.

For registration enquiries and more information about the program, please email Maria Langwell, ACPET’s General Manager Business Development, or telephone Maria on (03) 9412 5904.


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