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D2L Learning Innovation Free Breakfast Series
Register today to join us for our free learning innovation breakfast series. Our guest presenter, Robert Petherbridge, Executive Director at TAFE Queensland, is discussing how TAFE Queensland developed a world-first online training program that was delivered for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, which is now driving the approach for future Games volunteer training programs and TAFE Queensland's commercial business.
TAFE Queensland is taking a different approach to learning and structuring its offerings to respond to what employees and businesses of the future need.
Please join us for an opportunity to meet with Robert Petherbridge and the rest of the D2L team, with breakfast included.
Date & Time
Wednesday 8th May 2019 @ 8:00am
Sheraton on the Park
161 Elizabeth St
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Robert has worked with TAFE Queensland for six years and brings with him an extensive knowledge of the Vocational Education and Training sector from his experience of working for the Commonwealth and in jurisdictions including Canberra and Western Australia before moving to Queensland. During his time with TAFE Queensland, Robert has held responsibility for establishing the organisation as a thought leader in the tertiary education and training sector, managing the operations of TAFE Queensland’s Gold Coast Region and more recently taking up the challenge to coordinate Business Development across the state and focus on new business to business opportunities.
A key contributor to TAFE Queensland’s success as Official Training Partner for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Robert was a strong advocate for the adoption of digitally enabled learning to support the volunteer training program – the first program of its type delivered to any Commonwealth Games.