PUBLIC FORUM: The Future of Education - Melbourne and Wellington (April 2016, date TBC)
Flipped classrooms, e-learning, deregulation, lifelong learning... what does it all mean? In the age of globalisation, rapid technological change and increasing economic uncertainty, where is our education system headed? [Read more]
WORKSHOP: Workers' Education in the 21st Century - Adelaide, Thu 29 Oct 2015, 3:45pm [ACTU Trans-Tasman Union Education Conference]
As workers are increasingly forced to change jobs throughout life, what role can workers' education play in maintaining living standards and democratising the economy?
PUBLIC FORUM: The Economics of Sharing - North Melbourne, Sun 24 May 2015, 12:30pm
Why are wages and living standards in decline? Why are governments going broke all over the world? Why is inequality growing, while jobs and public services are disappearing? [Read more]
PUBLIC FORUM: The Future of Democracy - North Melbourne, Sun 26 Apr 2015, 12:30pm
Syriza in Greece, the Occupy Movement, Tahrir Square... what do recent popular movements have in common? And what does it tell us about how democracy will look in the future? [Read more]
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Careers in Manufacturing - Broadmeadows & Geelong, May 2016
Careers in Ethical Clothing Production - Melbourne CBD, June 2016
Careers in Info-Tech - Docklands, July 2016
Careers in Banking and Insurance - Docklands, August 2016
Personal Finance: Investing for the Rest of Us - Melbourne CBD, September 2016
Safe Havens: Investing in Gold and Silver - Melbourne CBD, October 2016
Chasing Yield: Complex Investments in a ZIRP World - Melbourne CBD, November 2016
Developments in Cryptocurrency and the Blockchain - Melbourne CBD, November 2016
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Art: Painting, Drawing and Mixed Media - Broadmeadows, 4-15 weeks, ENROLMENTS CLOSED
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Chemistry - Broadmeadows, 4-15 weeks, ENROLMENTS CLOSED
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Mathematics - Broadmeadows 4-15 weeks, ENROLMENTS CLOSED
Physics - Broadmeadows, 4-15 weeks, ENROLMENTS CLOSED
Theatre: Fundamentals of Stage and Screen - Northcote, 4-15 weeks, ENROLMENTS CLOSED
Theatre: Scriptwriting - Northcote, 4-15 weeks, ENROLMENTS CLOSED
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