We've postponed the Digital Profession panel and networking event.
With the uncertain and evolving COVID-19 precautions across Australia, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the upcoming Digital Profession panel and networking event scheduled for Wednesday 30 June, both in-person and virtually. In the meantime, we encourage you to sign up to the Digital Profession to stay up to date with events, discussions and online resources. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.
- Wednesday 30 June 2021
- 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
- Hotel Realm on National Circuit, Barton ACT.
Canapés and drinks are included.
This event is free for both in-person and online participants, and is open to anyone wanting to find out more about the Digital Profession.
Discover the Digital Profession
Fleur Anderson of 89 Degrees East will host the event. Joining her will be Randall Brugeaud, Head of the Digital Profession and CEO of the DTA, and a panel of digital leaders. We will announce our panelists closer to the date.
At the panel and networking event you will discover:
- the benefits the Digital Profession provides to the Australian Public Service
- the value Digital Profession membership provides to digital professionals
- what it means to be digital ready as a practitioner and agency
- networking opportunities with other digital professionals.
The event will feature a keynote presentation and a facilitated panel session with Q&A followed by networking opportunities. Online participants can engage in the Q&A and networking sessions. We will provide more details on online attendance closer to the date.
This is a great opportunity to be part of the future of digital in government. Tickets for in-person attendance are limited, so register soon. Otherwise, you can attend the event virtually.
Be digital ready
The Digital Profession is working closely with agencies across government to improve digital capability and build a digital-ready workforce. This is an important part of meeting the objectives of the Digital Transformation Strategy.
Being digital ready means you are developing and using your skills to develop and deliver services and products. You are continuously learning from others in your discipline and beyond, and supporting digital workforce development.
We want digital professionals like you to:
- share your experiences as a digital professional in government
- discuss the development of the Digital Profession
- get insight into how government can improve its digital capability.
You will help build a professional community of experts from across the public sector. This community is a way to work together, learn and develop skills, and discover career pathways.