Cremorne Digital Hub - on behalf of Australia Awards funded by DFAT for individuals from the ASEAN region - is holding a course and series of panel discussions, aimed to improve digital readiness and resilience of TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training) systems. The program aims to inspire and enable participants to understand the importance of adopting flexible and resilient online and blended training delivery methods, enhancing the digital readiness and resilience in their institutions.
The digitalisation of our organisations, systems and daily lives is occurring at an ever-increasing rate, which means our digital readiness and resilience is more important than ever. This event from Cremorne Digital Hub (CDH) and the RMIT Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation (CCSRI) will bring together industry professionals for a panel discussion on the evolution of digital tools and infrastructure and the importance of precincts to digital innovation.
Kim Spillman, General Manager of Midnyte City participated in this panel alongside Mark Sims, CEO of CDH and Dr Robert Shen, Director of RACE Hub (RMIT AWS Cloud Super Computing). The event was moderated by Brad Davies, Managing Director of Vector Consulting.
This event will now be run virtually due to Victoria’s 4th lockdown.
Monday 21st June 2021
6pm - 8pm