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6th Future of Youth Employment Forum


20-22 February 2019
Novotel Perth Langley

Back in WA by popular demand, The 6th Future of Youth Employment Forum will be held on 20-22 February 2019 at the Novotel Perth Langley.

Featuring a number of engaging presentations and inspiring case studies, the 6th Future of Youth Employment Forum offers a unique opportunity to engage with cross-sector experts working to tackle youth unemployment across the board.

It’s critical that we collaborate to end the cycle of unemployment and disadvantage.

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to be involved.

Attend this event and learn how to:
  • Deliver the community infrastructure solutions necessary for young people to reach sustainable employment
  • Drive targeted support and pathways for at-risk youth cohorts
  • Maximise participation of school-based apprenticeships, vocational education and training
  • Grow industry collaboration and strengthening pathways to employment opportunities
  • Help young people to overcome their personal and/or circumstantial barriers
Hear from senior youth engagement thought leaders including:
  • Jeff Dzodz, State Manager WA, Department of Jobs & Small Business
  • Shelley Kinash, Director, Advancement of Learning & Teaching, University of Southern Queensland
  • Michael Openshaw, Head of Careers and VET, St Norbert College
  • Marc Stoitis, Manager, Industry & Careers Development, Curtin University
  • David van Ooran, Chief Executive Officer, PCYC WA
  • Maureen Johnson, VET and Career Coordinator, Ursula Frayne Catholic College
Register now to gain access to the event’s exclusive thought-leadership presentations.

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Where and when
20-22 February 2019, Novotel Perth Langley WA

Get the ACWA discount
Register through ACWA and receive an additional 10% off the current early bird rate. Reference VIP code WFXACWA to receive this discount.

Registration and enquiries
Via the conference website here

This is an ACWA endorsed CPD event. Members can claim CPD hours for their participation.