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WiTWA TechXChange Event - The Future of Work

What is the 'fourth industrial revolution'? How will it impact job seekers? Education and training options? How do employers empower their workforce to adapt to the onslaught of changes  in the new world of automation, big data, internet of things, artificial intelligence, blockchain, drones and 5G
Research from McKinsey estimates that between 75 million and 375 million individuals (3–14% of the global workforce) could be forced to switch occupational categories by 2030. But it is not all doom and gloom - the future is bright, particularly for those who are willing to increase their fluency in STEM skills.

WiTWA have gathered a world-renowned futurologist, a Professor of HR and author of two books on career management and ways of working and the Director of a widely respected Perth technical recruitment firm to discuss the Future of Work and how we can prepare for it.

Our amazing panel;  Professor Julia Richardson ,  Rocky Scopelliti  (Enterprise 4.0) and our very own  Tina Ambrose !

Our amazing panel; Professor Julia Richardson, Rocky Scopelliti (Enterprise 4.0) and our very own Tina Ambrose!

These fascinating individuals will share their insights on how job-seekers can be more employable and better plan their careers to take advantage of the revolution; and how companies can adapt and leverage the power of technology to build more engaged, productive workforces in the new world of Industry 4.0

Hosted in the stunning new Curtin University Gallery Space at Brookfield Place and includes light refreshments.

Get your tickets here.

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Mini Mentors / Mentees

Are you a Uni Student, parent returning to work, new to the industry (or Perth Tech Scene), upskilling, reskilling or are you without many connections in the industry?

We are excited to offer our "Mini Mentor" program as part of our next event on 21 August.

We have been delighted with the generosity from the community with a lot of amazing women and men who have volunteered to be your "Mini Mentor" on the night. These Mini Mentors work in various roles in Perth Tech - including Technical, Management, Project Management, Account Management etc and across many industry streams.

After organising your ticket here, please visit the link below to register your interest as a Mini Mentor or Mini Mentee: