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ATEM Central Region Professional Development Program 2009 This year’s program of professional development events targets the needs of today’s Higher Education managers. Sessions cover a broad range of issues from the Bradley Review, to wikis and blogs, student retention and career development for the HE managers of the future. Make the most of these ATEM opportunities in 2009. , emehT emehT emehT emehT etaD etaD etaD etaD tnevE tnevE tnevE tnevE no tacoL no tacoL noiiiitacoL no tacoL tsoC tsoC tsoC tsoC Connecting Naval Military and Air Free — members People 12 February Launch of the Central Region Program Join us for breakfast to launch the Central Region force Club, 111 Hutt $ 25 — non members and Groups 7.30 — 9 am Professional Development program for 2009. Street, Adelaide Includes breakfast 20 May 2009 ATEM Central Region Branch Conference Stamford Grand, $ 250 — members Moseley Square, $ 300 — non members Our key speakers will address the theme of Surviving 9am - 5pm Glenelg Includes morning and Hot Topics Change with a focus on the Bradley Review outcomes; afternoon tea, lunch + One day the roles of managers and professional staff in a chang- South Australia conference drinks ing environment; and well being of staff in the global financial crisis. Drop outs and fade aways — strategies to keep The Bradley Forum $ 120 — members 3 July our students engaged UniSA City West $ 150 — non members Understand- ing the 9am - 1pm Keynote speaker Professor Jan Thomas, DVC Academic, Level 5, Hawke Building Includes lunch sector Half day Murdoch University and a panel of practitioners will ex- 50 North Terrace, S.A. plore the challenges of keeping a diverse student popu- lation engaged. 12 August Webs, Wikis, Blogs and Avatars! What the? The Bradley Forum, $ 30 — members Building Join us for breakfast with multi media and digital com- UniSA, City West, $ 50 — non members Professional- 7.30 - 9am munications expert Denise Wood to learn more about Level 5, Hawke Building Includes breakfast ism Breakfast the use of modern internet technologies. 50 North Tce, Adelaide 13-16 Tertiary Education Management Conference: The Darwin, Details of the Confer- Real Education Revolution: Sustainability in Tertiary Northern Territory ence are available on Building September Education. the ATEM website. Professional- The tertiary education sector needs to develop new www.atem.org.au ism 3 days approaches to meet the expectations of the community and this will include enhancing professional practice and institutional management. 30 October HEO5 - HEO7 Career Development The Bradley Forum $ 120 — members Growing A half day professional development forum focusing on UniSA City West $ 150 — non members Careers 9am – 1pm how to further your career in the HE sector. Level 5, Hawke Building, Includes lunch Half day Keynote speaker is Shard Lorenzo, HR Director, University 50 North Tce Adelaide of Queensland. Connecting End of year traditional Hoods Room, Union Free — members People 23 Novem- Paul Duldig, Vice-President, Services and Resources from House, Hughes Plaza. $ 35 — non members And ber the University of Adelaide will provide an insight into fu- University of Adelaide Includes drinks and Groups nibbles 5.30 - 7pm ture directions for the University. North Terrace Targeting the needs of Higher Education managers noitavonnI gnikrowteN tnempoleveD Professional Development Courses: 25% discount to ATEM members! The University of Adelaide's Centre for Professional and Continuing Education (PCE) offers a range of short courses to further your professional and personal development. Skilled and professional presenters have extensive experience in their subject areas and all courses have an emphasis on practical, relevant and effective skills and knowledge advancement. For information and course outlines visit www.adelaide.edu.au/pce or call 8303 4777. To take advantage of the discount, reduce the course fee by 25% and include “ATEM Member” and your membership ID number on your enrolment form. Universities Australia believes that managers in higher education need to constantly improve and update their skills and knowledge. The Committee supports the work of ATEM in providing professional development opportunities for tertiary education managers through the professional development programs run by all ATEM regions. 2009 ATEM Central Region Committee Members: Name Phone Email Judy Szekeres (Adelaide Uni) 8303 4001 email@example.com President, Central Regional Carol Sutherland (UniSA) 8302 0057 firstname.lastname@example.org Professional Development Coordinator Rex Jones (UniSA) 8302 0938 email@example.com Treasurer Greg Wright (Flinders Uni) 8201 3083 firstname.lastname@example.org Secretary Flinders Uni Institutional Coordinator Jessica Raeburn (Adelaide Uni) 8303 4762 email@example.com Adelaide Uni Institutional Coordinator Lesley Grady (UniSA) 8302 5213 firstname.lastname@example.org UniSA Institutional Coordinator Julie Browne (UniSA) 8302 0924 email@example.com Cathy Humzy (UniSA) 8302 4181 firstname.lastname@example.org Dawn LeCornu (UniSA) 8302 0916 email@example.com Stephen Phillips (UniSA) 8302 3047 firstname.lastname@example.org Caroline Reed (UniSA) 8302 0157 email@example.com Lucy Schulz (UniSA) 8302 2244 firstname.lastname@example.org Louise Seaman (UniSA) 8302 0937 email@example.com Leonie Witter (Adelaide Uni) 8303 5997 firstname.lastname@example.org Information and Registration For more information about any of the events or activities advertised here, including registration and confirmation of dates, times and venues: • Check the website at www.atem.org.au/region-hub.cfm?r=CENT&p=hub • Contact one of the committee members at your institution Association for Tertiary Education Management www.atem.org.au