Events at this location
Events at this location
20apr9:30 am10:30 amReaching net zero in Australia through a tech-based approach
In collaboration with Hatch Quarter and Invest Victoria, Santander are hosting this webinar focused on sharing insights on net zero strategy in Australia and how tech-based companies can help to
In collaboration with Hatch Quarter and Invest Victoria, Santander are hosting this webinar focused on sharing insights on net zero strategy in Australia and how tech-based companies can help to reach decarbonisation goals in the region.
The Australian government has committed to invest 20 billion AUD in low emissions technologies in the next ten years, as well opening up 80 billion AUD through both public and private investment in green technologies.
The region is focused on a technology-driven approach as it recognises that with new and emerging technologies it has the potential to further reduce emissions by 15% by 2050.
In collaboration with Hatch Quarter and Invest Victoria, Santander are hosting this virtual session focused on understanding Australia’s net zero strategy, challenges, and how tech-based companies can collaborate with Australia-based corporates and government organisations to tackle climate challenges and reach the country’s net zero by 2050 goals.
They will be sharing their experience with helping clients expand and develop commercial relationships to bring their solution to the Australian market.
- 09:30: Welcome and introductions.
- 09:35: Hatch Quarter – Australia’s net zero strategy, challenges, and opportunities for UK tech-based companies.
- 09:45: Invest Victoria – local net zero initiatives and tendering opportunities.
- 09:55: Fireside chat.
- 10:15: Q&A
- 10:25: Wrap up and close.
To register, click the ‘Learn More’ link below.
(Thursday) 9:30 am - 10:30 am BST
20apr4:00 pm5:00 pmSupport your future workforce with a tech work placement
This webinar offers practical insights and guidance to understand the opportunities available by providing work placements and the benefits of doing so to your organisation and your people. It’s ideal
This webinar offers practical insights and guidance to understand the opportunities available by providing work placements and the benefits of doing so to your organisation and your people. It’s ideal if you’re considering supporting young people, or if you already do so in any way.
Many thousands of work placements are required each year for young people across the region; this webinar will help you to help them by equipping you with advice, guidance and a best practice toolkit. Our goal is to help you deliver meaningful work placements that offer the best value to both the young person and your business.
Who should attend
This workshop is designed to support organisations who would like to find out how to get involved and provide meaningful experiences for young people, as well as individuals who currently supervise and manage work placements and work experience opportunities within their organisations.
The webinar is open to all digital economy employers in the North East. This includes organisations working in the technology sector, as well as employers in other sectors with a need for digital and technology skills.
It is relevant to digital economy employers of all sizes, from SMEs to larger organisations.
- The benefits of work placements for young people, for employers, and for employees involved in delivering / supporting them
- The types of work placement and experiences available, and the flexibility employers have in delivering them
- Analysis of what makes a great work placement for all parties
- The importance of setting and managing the expectations of all parties
- What’s involved, how to approach it, and the support available from Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) and schools/colleges
- Discussion of what young people are wanting, and group thinking on what attendees and their organisations can offer
- The resources, help and support available
- Next steps
This webinar is brought to you by Skills Development Scotland in partnership with Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) North East, Aberdeen City and Shire Councils, and Opportunity North East to help employers get involved in supporting young people.
Click the ‘Learn More’ link below now to register.
(Thursday) 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm BST
02may3:30 pm5:00 pmFeaturedDigital Critical Friends Information Session
Our event is aimed at anyone currently signed up to or interested in getting involved with the Digital Critical Friends (DCF) programme. This webinar is an opportunity to understand the process
Our event is aimed at anyone currently signed up to or interested in getting involved with the Digital Critical Friends (DCF) programme.
This webinar is an opportunity to understand the process involved in becoming a Digital Critical Friend volunteer, the undertaking required of each DCF, and to have any of your queries answered. The session is also open for anyone to come along and find out more about the programme and how to get involved.
Presentations will take place from ScotlandIS, STEM Ambassadors and Tech She Can about how they play a role in the programme and there will be the opportunity for everyone to ask questions.
Outline of topics that will be covered:
- ScotlandIS – A history of the Digital Critical Friends programme, its aims and the part we play in it
- STEM Ambassadors – Who they are and their involvement in the process of becoming a DCF
- Tech She Can – An overview of the Tech We Can resources and how they can be utilised and accessed by DCF’s
- Police Scotland – Cyber Choices Programme overview
This event will be held as a webinar and joining instructions will be sent nearer the time.
Click the ‘Learn More’ link below to register.
(Tuesday) 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm BST
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