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Virtual BiG Day In Canberra Day 2 2021

Thursday, 18 November 2021, 10:00am-12:00pm (AEST)

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Today's Presenters

Tim Kitchen, Adobe

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Technology changes are disrupting many of the traditional job markets as well as creating whole new areas of work. What skills will be required to thrive in this exciting and ever-changing future? During this presentation, Dr Tim Kitchen from Adobe will share his thoughts on this topic following his over 20 years of experience as an educator and over 8 years as Adobe’s Senior Education specialist for Asia Pacific.

Jeff Thornton, DFR


Jeff is an Aerospace Engineer in the Royal Australian Navy.  Have you ever considered a career in the Navy, Army or Air Force? The Australian Defence Force is looking for results oriented, problem solvers to join its team of highly skilled technical professionals. With over 200 roles on offer in the ADF, there is a career option to suit people with broad ranging backgrounds, skill levels, expertise and interest.

Claudia Finlay, Avanade Australia

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Claudia is an accredited Change Practitioner with a Bachelor Degrees in Business Management (Marketing) and Arts (Journalism Mass Communications) from the University of Queensland. She  started her journey with Avanade Australia 5 months ago as a Consultant for OCM Advisory. She drives change & implements project methodologies that enable adoption and maximise ROI. With 6 years of experience transitioning IT service capability, she thrives on working in the fascinating intersection between technology and people.

Iain Morgan, Services Australia


Iain works for Services Australia in the Cyber Services Division. Cyber Services are responsible for the data and cyber security of all Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support customers – so there is always a need for the best and brightest technology graduates! Iain will take you through some of the specifics of what the Cyber Services Division does and why learning about cyber security is more important than ever in today’s rapidly changing technology environment.

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