May 22, 2018

Exclusive one-day event exploring the skills challenges posed by Industry 4.0 hosted by IBSA Manufacturing.
Tuesday, 10 July 2018 at the State Library, Melbourne 10.00am – 3.15pm – and via Live Broadcast

As the world grapples with rapid technological change, Australian businesses are under increasing pressure to innovate and compete. Industry 4.0 presents significant challenges to Australian manufacturers and their training partners – as well as surprising new opportunities.

This is an invitation only event. For invited delegates you will have received an email with details on how to register. Please also note that to assist you in being able to attend this important event – IBSA is pleased to advise that there is no registration fee. If you did not receive an invitation and are interested in the conference please contact events@ibsa.org.au for more details.

The event will also be Live Broadcast – information to follow. To ensure you receive the details please register here

We are pleased to be joined at the conference by some of the leading thinkers on Industry 4.0 – including:

The Hon Karen Andrews MP
Assistant Minister for Vocational Education and Skills

Dr Mariagrazia Squicciarini
Senior Economist, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, OECD

Prof Aleksander Subic
Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research and Development, Swinburne University of Technology

Dr Jens Goennemann
CEO, Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre

Anthony Kittel
CEO, RedArc

Tania Montesin
Regional Manufacturing Operations Manager, Asahi Beverages

Melanie Sorensen
General Manager, Organisational Services, South Metropolitan TAFE

Karen Humphreys
Head of Innovative Manufacturing, Robotics and Science SkillsPoint, TAFE NSW

Make sure you’re a part of this important discussion on the skills challenges and new prospects emerging from Industry 4.0

For more details contact events@ibsa.org.au

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