Green Jobs - Innovation and sustainable business

Green Jobs - Innovation and sustainable business

NSW
Apr 08

CEDA welcomes Senator the Hon Mark Arbib, Federal Minister for Employment Participation to outline Federal Government initiatives assisting industries and the training sector to respond to the challenges of climate change.

Speakers

Senator the Hon Mark Arbib, Minister for Employment Participation and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Government Service Delivery
Tony Maher, General President, CFMEU Mining and Energy
Leslie Loble, Deputy Director General, Strategic Planning and Regulation Department of Education and Training and Co-Chair of the NSW Green Skills Taskforce

 

 Public event
 08/04/2010
 Shangri-La Hotel, 176 Cumberland Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

 Education/Skills
 Lunch (11.45am to 2.00pm)

   

    

 
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EVENT OVERVIEW

With the prospect of a carbon-constrained future and an emerging low carbon economy it is crucial to equip workers and businesses with the intellectual, professional and trade skills required for the transition to a "green" economy.

CEDA welcomes Senator the Hon Mark Arbib, Federal Minister for Employment Participation to outline Federal Government initiatives assisting industries and the training sector to respond to the challenges of climate change.

The Minister will be joined by a distinguished expert panel to discuss challenges and opportunities of the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon economy for skills and employment, and to address the need for appropriate education and training arrangements to prepare for a "green skills" future.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Senator the Hon Mark Arbib, Minister for Employment Participation and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Government Service Delivery 

Tony Maher, General President, CFMEU Mining and Energy

Leslie Loble, Deputy Director General, Strategic Planning and Regulation Department of Education and Training and Co-Chair of the NSW Green Skills Taskforce

MEET THE FACILITATOR

Jessica Irvine, Economics Writer, The Sydney Morning Herald 

If you are interested in supporting this Forum please contact Kate Hegarty on 02 9779 9741 to discuss sponsorship opportunities.

Registration Fees (Including GST)

 

CEDA Memebers and Guests

$165.00 per person
$1540.00 corporate table x 10

Non-members

$264.00 per person

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