A big thank you to the Conference organisers for a fabulous event in 2014.
Please see below for the conference presentations.
We look forward to seeing you all again for the 2015 Conference to be held in Melbourne.
Check back soon for more information as it is posted.
Conference 2014 Presentations
Adelaide advantage: Graduate career readiness - A colaboration between University of Adelaide and Readygrad to increase student employability. Rohan Holland, Readygrad and Jen Clark, University of Adelaide
An old pie chart won't ever let you down: A graduate employment update from GCA. Bruce Guthrie, GCA
Challenging traditional approaches to work-integrated learning: Enabling scalabiltiy or compromising quality? Paul Blackmore, University of Exeter, UK
Employability: Global trends and innovations in assessing and developing the skills employers want. Tony Wheeler, Bliip Globl employability
Enhancing the quality of our outcomes communication to stakeholders. Hilary Flanagan, University of Notre Dame, USA
Establishing support frameworks and strategies to develop enterprising mind-sets. Paul Blackmore, University of Exeter, UK
Flipping careers services: A transformative approach to enhancing graduate success. Margo Baas ad Sharon Hensby, Griffith University
Global skills for the future and key drivers influencing the world of work. Verity Kingsmill and Melissa Connor, Flinders University
Graduate employer satisfaction survey: Results from the pilot study. Damian Oliver, University of Sydney
Higher education in TAFE: New careers, new opportunities. Melinda Waters, TAFE directors Australia
How students can use LinkedIn more effectively. Jane Foster, Murdoch University
Industry partners as teachers: applied in-class industry briefs in higher educaions marketing, public relations and events management courses. David Medhurst, APM college of business and communication
Labour market trends. Ivan Neville, Labour market research and analysis branch, Federal department of employment
Maximising career outcomes for students and graduates: A strategic, quality approach. Deb McDonald, University of Melbourne
Mini Mentoring. Barbara Mackie, AGSM
Nurturing the advancement and careers relationship with a split role - Alumni Careers Coordinator. Rachael Bellamy and Kate Abraham, University of Melbourne
Old dogs and new tricks: Opportunities and challenges in moving towards 'blended' career education delivery. Patricia Parish ad Daniel Collins, University of Western Sydney
Pride mentoring program. Adam Rowland, RMIT University
Quality vs quantity: can you have it both ways in the online space? Anna Tayler, Curtin University
Resume Rescue. Maja Rauchle, Griffith University
The effects of a work integrated learning course in exercise science on students' perceived work self-efficacy. Gregory Reddan and Maja Rauchle, Griffith University
The future of careers fairs in Australia. Daniel Purchas, Grad Connection
You can't always get what you want ... Or can you? Gill Neville, Curtin University