The Future of Work
Google’s Chief Education Evangelist, Jaime Casap, to speak at free event
Date: Thu 13th Sep 2018 10:00am-2:00pm
Location: Tamworth Regional Entertainment and Convention Centre
Contact: Simone Pearce email@example.com
The world of work is changing rapidly. Digitisation, automation and globalisation have already been transforming the workplace for many years. Now the focus is shifting to new technologies that are beginning to penetrate the workplace such as artificial intelligence, robotics and genomics, and which are expected to dominate change for decades to come.
What will the world of work soon look like? What can people do to navigate these changes and take advantage of opportunities to protect their lifestyles and those of their loved ones?
UNE is pleased to present Google’s Chief Education Evangelist, Jaime Casap, who will address these and other important questions in a free event in Tamworth. Jaime’s talk will be followed by a Panel discussion and Q&A chaired by host of the ABC’s The New Inventors, James O’Loghlin.
The event will also include a tertiary studies expo where you can talk directly with UNE academic staff in regard to course and career options.
- 10-11am Tertiary Studies Expo
- 11am-1pm Keynote address by Jaime Casap followed by Q&A chaired by ABC’s James O’Loghlin
- 1-2pm Tertiary Studies Expo
High school bookings
Generous travel and accommodation subsidies for schools, including morning tea and lunch on the day, are available for High Schools wishing to attend.
- Travel subsidies up to $30/student are available to assist schools to bring students to the Future of Work event.
- Free overnight accommodation at UNE, including dinner and breakfast, may be available by special arrangement for those schools travelling long distances.
- Morning tea - muffin and drink for students
- Sausage sizzle lunch for students (with vegetarian options available)
About the speaker
Jaime Casap is one of the most sought-after speakers on education innovation. He has also become an important advocate for low income and minority students.
Mr. Casap was raised by a single mother on welfare in Hell’s Kitchen New York City and is now a Google Executive.
This journey has given him a unique understanding and appreciation of the power education holds in changing the destiny of a family in just one generation. Mr. Casap has been an invited speaker on these topics at the White House, Washington D.C.
UNE helping people and communities adapt to a rapidly changing world
Since its inception, UNE has been committed to providing genuinely flexible education so people have the freedom to respond to the challenges and opportunities of their day. UNE’s first Vice-Chancellor, Sir Robert Madgwick, laid this foundation when he declared in 1955 that
learning is an individual thing which cannot be directed by any set of rules designed for the average student who, like Leacock’s ‘average man’, does not exist.
This event is free, however tickets are required for entry.