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Internship Insights

Five Masters of Business (Professional Practice) final semester students: Lin Ju; Chuchu Xiong; Shefali Beri; Cheen Ven (Elisa) Tran and Ajay Raviniyar each presented their observations and learning experiences from their individual 12 week internship placements to an audience that included both prospective internees and current internship providers as well as CDU and ATMC staff. They are pictured above with Asheley Jones Executive Director of WIL and CDU ATMC lecturer Chandana Unnithan (Ajay Raviniyar not pictured).

ACS REIMAGINATION Thought Leaders Summit 2015

According to the ACS, digital disruption is forecast to displace nearly half of all Australian jobs in the next 20 years. Recognising the significant disruption now occurring in the Australian economy driven by digital technologies, rapid growth in computing power and global online connectivity, the ACS in partnership with the Pearcey Foundation has identified a range of globally recognised experts from Australia and around the world to deliver their insights.

Innovative projects assure work ready ATMC FedUni Graduates

Following the exciting announcement in the inaugural ATMC WIL newsletter of our purchase of a license for an end-to-end management talent tool, we have begun to map ITECH projects to the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA), the appropriate AQF level and individual student capabilities!