Careers in sport can be many types of jobs. Learn more in Industry Live

Join Beacon’s next Industry Live on Tuesday, March 23, 11.30am to 12.30 pm AEDT.

Who are the people behind the players? There are many different careers in sport that you can have. In our next Industry Live, we’ll chat to some key people that work in sports clubs about how you can land a job like theirs to help players keep playing.

Jo Healy

The session will be hosted by Jo Healy. Jo is a Fox Sports News reporter/presenter and will be leading the conversation with panellists, discussing different jobs and opportunities in the sporting industry.

One of our panellists is David Buttifant, Co-founder and director of Resilience Builders. David has a proven track record at the highest level of elite
sport for over 25 years. He has worked with athletes at Olympic level and in the Australian Football League (AFL). His leadership and resilience facilitation experience is equally impressive. He’s delivered hundreds of presentations and programs to audiences ranging from large corporations to school and sporting communities.

He shares his evidence-based techniques and strategies to make healthy habits stick. His approach to building resilience and leadership involves planning, creating habits, self-reflection and accountability. David firmly believes that these qualities are the pathway to building a better version of oneself. They have supported him over a lifetime.

David Buttifant

David Buttifant

Through his own experiences, he has guided others to adapt, to change and to achieve success in sport, business and life. David has a Doctorate in Exercise Physiology from Victoria University and an MBA.

Joining David is Sarah Jenner. Sarah is an Advanced Sports Dietitian, and for the last four years has worked in Australian football with the Carlton Football Club.

Sarah also spends her time teaching Sports Nutrition to university students at La Trobe University. Sarah has always had a love for food and cooking and, grew up playing all kinds of sport – which she believes built her passion and love for what she does now.

 

Sarah’s favourite thing about working in sport is that no two days are the same, and particularly enjoys teaching footy players how to cook.

Sarah Jenner

Our final panellist is Lillian. Lillian is the Wellbeing and Engagement Manager at Carlton Football Club. She is a registered nurse and started off volunteering with the club over 8 years ago, as her family is actively involved.  Lillian has always enjoyed playing sport, being an avid netball player and loves volunteering, which has now evolved into a full-time role with the club.

 

Her skills as a nurse, helping and supporting the players when there are injuries on and off the field, has now been identified and supported by AFL, which has resulted in a role for a registered nurse to work with all clubs across the code. So, you never know where your volunteering might lead you!

Register for our March 23 event and receive your zoom link via this link.

Lillian

We will send out a recording of the session to everyone who registered but couldn’t make the live session. Please note, students will only be able to ask questions and chat to the panellists in real time. To get the most out of Industry Live, we hope you can join us live.

 

 

 


About Industry Live: 

Join Beacon Foundation online for Industry Live, a series of live career awareness and exploration events via video conference. We invite expert industry panellists to share their stories, top tips for success, and answer questions from school students across Australia in a discussion led by a facilitator. Industry Live is open to all students across Australia in Years 6-12. We will send out a recording of the session to everyone who registered but couldn’t make the live session. Please note, students will only be able to ask questions and chat to the panellists in real time. To get the most out of Industry Live, we hope you can join us live.

Tips to build your self-confidence is the topic of the next Industry Live

Join Beacon’s next Industry Live Wednesday 17th March 2021 – 11am to 11.30am.

The next Industry Live is part of our Skills Series. The topic is “How to build your self-confidence”. Our panellist, Fletcher Clark is a 4th year Economics & Law student. Fletcher is also the secretary of the National Association of Australian University Colleges, where he educates and trains other students to support each other in residential colleges. He will share his experiences, advice and tips on how to build your self-confidence, the importance of backing your-self, trying new things and getting outside of your comfort zone.

Register for our March 17 event and receive your zoom link via this link.

We will send out a recording of the session to everyone who registered but couldn’t make the live session. Please note, students will only be able to ask questions and chat to the panellists in real time. To get the most out of Industry Live, we hope you can join us live.

About Industry Live: 

Join Beacon Foundation online for Industry Live, a series of live career awareness and exploration events via video conference. We invite expert industry panellists to share their stories, top tips for success, and answer questions from school students across Australia in a discussion led by a facilitator. Industry Live is open to all students across Australia in Years 6-12. We will send out a recording of the session to everyone who registered but couldn’t make the live session. Please note, students will only be able to ask questions and chat to the panellists in real time. To get the most out of Industry Live, we hope you can join us live.

Industry Live to explore automotive jobs as a future career path with Komatsu and RACT

Join Beacon’s next Industry Live on Thursday March 11 11.30am to 12.30pm AEDT

You probably ride in a car often, but do you ever think about what goes on under the hood? Who keeps the vehicles running on our roads and keeps Australia moving with larger vehicles like trucks? There are automotive jobs across many industries, which bring opportunities for those keen on cars! We’ll explore the skills you’ll need to get started.

One of our panellists is Tim, State Manager for Komatsu in Tasmania. Komatsu is a manufacturer & distributor of earthmoving machines backed by experienced personnel & advanced technology. 

Tim started in the industry completing an apprenticeship as a boiler maker welder. He joined Komatsu after his apprenticeship and was in the workshop for 7 years. He then had the opportunity to move off the tools and into sales, using this knowledge of parts and machinery. For the last 8 years he has been the State Manager.

Tim will share more about the work Komatsu does and the types of jobs that are involved in the heavy machinery and earthmoving industry. Students will find out about what skills they might need to work in this area and the different pathways and opportunities available.

Joining Tim is Chris and another Tim from RACT. Chris started a business traineeship with RACT straight after school. He has worked in various sections of the organisation from insurance to safety, where he gives qualified advice on fitting children’s car seats and he now also works as a driver trainer. His colleague Tim works as a patrol driver at RACT. Tim will tell us more about the qualifications and skills you need if an automotive career fixing cars and helping others appeals to you.

Register for our March 11 event and receive your zoom link via this link.

We will send out a recording of the session to everyone who registered but couldn’t make the live session. Please note, students will only be able to ask questions and chat to the panellists in real time. To get the most out of Industry Live, we hope you can join us live.

About Industry Live: 

Join Beacon Foundation online for Industry Live, a series of live career awareness and exploration events via video conference. We invite expert industry panellists to share their stories, top tips for success, and answer questions from school students across Australia in a discussion led by a facilitator. Industry Live is open to all students across Australia in Years 6-12. We will send out a recording of the session to everyone who registered but couldn’t make the live session. Please note, students will only be able to ask questions and chat to the panellists in real time. To get the most out of Industry Live, we hope you can join us live.

Industry Live to explore the topic “Apprenticeships and traineeships” on February 25

Join Beacon’s next Industry Live on Thursday Feb 25 11.30am to 12.30pm AEDT.

Hear from some of the leading organisations that can help you land a great apprenticeship or traineeship, no matter your background or location. We’ll also hear from apprentices and trainees on how they got from school to their current role and how you can too!

Our panellist is Chelsea, a Heavy Duty Diesel Mechanic. Chelsea has always loved working on cars and always played with the idea of being a mechanic, but just didn’t know for sure if it was the right option for her. Chelsea completed Year 12 then started a baking apprenticeship. But a few things made Chelsea realise being a baker wasn’t right for her, and so she moved on to a Big W supervisor role and then roles as a warehouse store person and in real estate before finally deciding to pursue that early dream, take a leap of faith and apply for a diesel mechanic apprentice position with Cummins. It turns out that her work experience along the way actually helped Chelsea nail her interview, and now having started her apprenticeship her employer rates her as one of their best apprentices. Chelsea has big dreams for her career and is excited to have the opportunity to share her tips and tricks for young people looking to start an apprenticeship, including how to trust your gut and find your dream career.

To register for our February 25 event, click here.

We will send out a recording of the session to everyone who registered but couldn’t make the live session. Please note, students will only be able to ask questions and chat to the panellists in real time. To get the most out of Industry Live, we hope you can join us live.

About Industry Live: 

Join Beacon Foundation online for Industry Live, a series of live career awareness and exploration events via video conference. We invite expert industry panellists to share their stories, top tips for success, and answer questions from school students across Australia in a discussion led by a facilitator. Industry Live is open to all students across Australia in Years 6-12. We will send out a recording of the session to everyone who registered but couldn’t make the live session. Please note, students will only be able to ask questions and chat to the panellists in real time. To get the most out of Industry Live, we hope you can join us live.

Industry Live to explore the topic “How to Manage Your Time”

Join Beacon’s next Industry Live on February 18, 2021 – 12pm to 12.45pm AEDT (includes an optional 15 min Q&A at the end).

Our upcoming Industry Live is part of our skills series. Learners will get advice on how to manage their time. We will talk about how to manage work, school and study, especially when things get busy. We’ll share some solid tips on how to manage your schedules, now and into the future.

Our panellist Lauren (pictured) qualified as a paramedic last year in 2020 and she is now working part-time whilst continuing postgraduate study. Lauren will share some advice and tips on what has worked for her to manage her busy schedule between study, work and life in general.

Students will get a chance to explore what approach might work best for them. For example, they might find that they are a night owl or the opposite, an early bird. They will also learn about ways they can prioritise their time to help them with planning all things life, work and school. The tips will certainly be useful already today and in their future whether they decide to continue further studies or enter the workforce.

Register for our February 18  and receive your zoom link via this link.

We will send out a recording of the session to everyone who registered but couldn’t make the live session. Please note, students will only be able to ask questions and chat to the panellists in real time. To get the most out of Industry Live, we hope you can join us live.

About Industry Live: 

Join Beacon Foundation online for Industry Live, a series of live career awareness and exploration events via video conference. We invite expert industry panellists to share their stories, top tips for success, and answer questions from school students across Australia in a discussion led by a facilitator. Industry Live is open to all students across Australia in Years 6-12. We will send out a recording of the session to everyone who registered but couldn’t make the live session. Please note, students will only be able to ask questions and chat to the panellists in real time. To get the most out of Industry Live, we hope you can join us live.

Industry Live 2021 schedule

About Industry Live:

Industry Live is a series of live career awareness and exploration events via Zoom. Beacon invites industry panellists to share their stories, top tips for success, and answer questions from school students across Australia in a discussion led by a trained Beacon facilitator. 

Schools have the option to join the events live during which they can participate in the Q&A with the panel. Or, schools can request the recording and watch the session with the class at their convenience. Simply register to all our events and choose which one you prefer along the way.

Industry Live is FREE and open to all students across Australia in Years 6-12. On average, we host one Industry Live a month and schools are welcome to opt-in to as many as they like throughout the school terms. 

 Learn more about Industry Live here. 

Express interest to hear about our 2021 Industry Live events:

Download the below Industry Live schedule here: Industry Live 2021 schedule

Term Date and time 2021 Topics
Term 1

 

Thursday Feb 18

12pm to 12.30pm AEDT

(stay an extra 15 minutes for Q&A)

SKILLS SERIES: HOW TO MANAGE YOUR TIME

Advice on how to manage your time between all your activities! Between work, school and study, we know you’re busy. We’ll share some solid tips on how to manage your schedules, now and into the future.

Thursday Feb 25

11.30am to 12.30pm AEDT

APPRENTICESHIPS AND TRAINEESHIPS

Hear from some of the leading organisations that can help you land a great apprenticeship or traineeship, no matter your background or location. We’ll also hear from apprentices and trainees on how they got from school to their current role and how you can too!

Thursday March 11

11.30am to 12.30pm AEDT

AUTOMOTIVE JOBS

You probably ride in a car often, but do you ever think about what goes on under the hood? Who keeps the vehicles running on our roads and keeps Australia moving with larger vehicles like trucks? There are automotive jobs across many industries, which bring opportunities for those keen on cars! We’ll explore the skills you’ll need to get started.

Wednesday March 17

11am to 11.30am AEDT

(stay an extra 15 minutes for Q&A)

SKILLS SERIES: HOW TO BUILD YOUR SELF-CONFIDENCE

Hear from young people who have struggled with self-confidence and self-belief in the past but have overcome challenges to succeed in their chosen field. They’ll share the tips that have helped them the most.

Tuesday March 23

11.30am to 12.30pm AEDT

SPORTS CAREERS

Who are the people behind the players? We know you love sport so we’ll chat to some key people that work at some cool sports clubs about how you can land a job like theirs to help players keep playing!

School holidays

1 April to 26 April

Easter – 2 to 5 April

 
Term 2

 

Thursday April 29

11.30am to 12.30pm AEST

FUTURE JOBS

Jobs of the future that your parents don’t know about – including advanced manufacturing, automation and 3D printing, plus how coding and robotics are changing the future workplace and create exciting new jobs for your generation!

  Thursday May 26

11.30am to 12pm AEST

(stay an extra 15 minutes for Q&A)

SKILLS SERIES: HOW TO WRITE A JOB-WINNING RESUME

Learn what to include in your resume but just as importantly what not to include. Also hear step by step tips on how to write a cover letter from the experts.

  Wednesday June 16

11am to 11.30am AEST

(stay an extra 15 minutes for Q&A)

SKILLS SERIES: HOW TO GET YOUR PAPERWORK IN ORDER FOR YOUR FIRST JOB

Do you know how to choose a superannuation fund, how to get a tax file number or open a bank account? Get practical advice on all of these and more so you’ve got the basics covered and you’re ready to work!

  School holidays

26 June to 26 July

 
Term 3 Wednesday July 28

11.30am to 12.30pm AEST

WORKING AS A FIRST RESPONDER

We’ll chat to some kind and courageous people who work in police, fire and paramedics, learn about the skills it takes to have a career as a first responder and how you can get started and get out into the field helping others.

  Monday August 30

2pm to 2.30pm AEST

(stay an extra 15 minutes for Q&A)

SKILLS SERIES: HOW TO IMPRESS YOUR NEW EMPLOYER

We’ll take a look at the most in-demand skills across a variety of industries, the top transferrable skills employers are looking for but often can’t find, and we’ll hear what a “top attitude” looks like.

  School holidays

18 Sept to 17 Oct

 
Term 4

 

Tuesday October 19

11.30am to 12.30pm AEDT

BEHIND THE SCENES IN MUSIC, THEATRE AND TV

Do you ever wonder who was involved in creating the music, TV shows and theatre productions you love? We’ll chat to those behind the scenes about roles like set designer, camera person and studio technician to find out how they landed their job and how you can break into these industries.

  Monday October 25

2pm to 2.30pm AEDT

(stay an extra 15 minutes for Q&A)

SKILLS SERIES: HOW TO ANSWER JOB INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

We’ll give you tips to calm any job interview concerns, including how to answer difficult questions and how to communicate your strengths and weaknesses.

  Thursday Nov 18

11.30am to 12.30pm AEDT

WHAT IT TAKES TO BECOME AN ENTREPRENEUR

Hear from young self-starters on how they built innovative careers and successful businesses from scratch, including exciting areas like social media and social enterprises.

What if every day was “take your dog to work” day? Our next Industry Live explores careers working with animals and outdoors.

What if every day was “take your dog to work” day?  It’s possible. In our next Industry Live we’re exploring careers where you get to work with animals as well as jobs outdoors.  Join us on October 15 2020 1 pm – 2 pm AEDT where you’ll meet:

Nicole and Zorro – Dog handler and detector dog
Nicole is an author, researcher, field ecologist and detection dog handler, working with her dog, Zorro (pictured at the top), to identify Tasmanian masked owl habitat. Nicole will share with us what it’s like to work side by side with her dog out in the field and the opportunities, challenges and pathways associated with working with animals. Zorro is a border-collie/springer spaniel who’s been in training to find Tasmanian masked owl pellets since he was nine weeks old. Learn more about Zorro in this ABC article.

Virginia – Marine mammal scientist
Virginia undertakes research and provides scientific advice to conserve whales, focusing on the movement of whales by analysing data transmitted by satellite tags. She is the only person to have ever attached a satellite tag to an Antarctic blue whale. Working for the Australian Antarctic Division, Virginia has also spent a lot of time at sea and on land studying Antarctic flying birds and penguins. She specialises in remote field work and will share with us what it’s like observing these amazing creatures and working away from home for much of the time.

Matt and Clancy – Beekeepers
Matt and Clancy are father and son beekeepers. They’ll share with us what they love about working with bees and being out on the road and in the great outdoors, as well as why they think it’s a great industry for young people to get into. You’ll hear from them what you need to get your first hive registered and up and running, as well as some amazing facts you never knew about bees.

About Industry Live: 

Join Beacon Foundation online for Industry Live, a series of live career awareness and exploration events via video conference. We invite expert industry panellists to share their stories, top tips for success, and answer questions from school students across Australia in a discussion led by a facilitator. Industry Live is open to all students across Australia in Years 6-12.

Simply register and we’ll be in touch to talk you through log-ins and logistics, more information about Industry Live and how to register can be found via this link.

 

 

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Actor, writer and comedian Luke McGregor confirmed to join Industry Live

Fancy a career in the spotlight or perhaps working behind the scenes to create some of the TV, films and media we love to watch?  There are many exciting roles in these industries that we explored our Industry Live on 10 Sept 2020 at 11.30am-12.30pm AEST. The topic was “Careers on and off screen” and we were joined by a number of high profile speakers giving us the inside scoop:

Luke McGregor – Actor, writer and comedian
Luke has performed at national and international comedy festivals and appeared in many TV shows. He is best known for his work on TV series Rosehaven and Utopia. Luke grew up in Tassie where he attended university, and he talked to us about what it takes to grow a successful career in entertainment.

Nathan Kannegiesser – Stunt actor
Nathan is known for his stunt work on movies including Hacksaw Ridge, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, and Fast and The Furious: F9. Nathan talked to us about what it’s like to work in the movies, some of the interesting stunts he’s performed, and the skills you’ll need for getting into his line of work. Nathan Kannegiesser in action:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Derek Hall – Head of studios
Derek is the Head of Studios for Screen Queensland and has worked directly on film projects for Universal, Marvel, Disney, IMAX and Netflix. Derek has also been a film producer and shared his insider knowledge about the film industry and his secrets for success.

Astrid Wells Cooper – Casting agent, actor and voice artist
Astrid is a casting agent, running Wells Cooper Casting, casting actors in Hobart & Brisbane. Astrid has been involved in casting for TV series The Kettering Incident and Rosehaven. Astrid is also an actor and voice artist. She talked to us about the skills you need to become a casting agent as well as her tips on getting into film and TV. Astrid in action, image by Laura Purcell:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Industry Live: 

Join Beacon Foundation online for Industry Live, a series of live career awareness and exploration events via video conference. We invite expert industry panellists to share their stories, top tips for success, and answer questions from school students across Australia in a discussion led by a facilitator. Industry Live is open to all students across Australia in Years 6-12.

Simply register and we’ll be in touch to talk you through log-ins and logistics, more information about Industry Live and how to register can be found via this link.

 

 

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Careers in education at our next Industry Live

Rebecca is the Health & Physical Ed. Manager

Rebecca, Health & Physical Ed. Manager

Back to School! It may be teaching young children their ABCs or turning your favourite subject of music or PE into a career. Education and training is a growth industry and from teacher’s aides to trainers, there are many great roles to explore. Want to know more about a career in education? Then our upcoming Industry Live is for you! In this week’s Industry Live on may 6th we will be joined by three excellent speakers, Rebecca, Caroline and Philip, providing insights about what it is like to make education your career.

Rebecca is the Health & Physical Education Manager at Elizabeth College in Hobart.

Rebecca’s background includes not only education but also coaching athletes at the elite level in netball for the Australian Institute of Sport. Rebecca’s current role as Health & Physical Education Manager at Elizabeth College in Tasmania combines her own sporting prowess and love of sport with a passion for working with and developing young people, both academically and athletically.

Rebecca will talk to us about how a degree in education can open up many doors and many possibilities for a career. She’ll also share with us some of the top tips she gives the young athletes she works with.

Caroline, Kindergarten teacher and panellist at Industry Live

Caroline, Kindergarten teacher

Our second panellist is Caroline. She is a kindergarten teacher who is passionate about making very young children feel secure and inspired in their learning.

Caroline is a kindergarten teacher who has used her own commitment to lifelong learning to help her develop and guide the young minds of tomorrow.

Caroline not only works with kindergarteners on their ABCs but also teaches them how to appreciate other cultures via a range of creative tools.

Caroline will talk to us about what the day to day life of a kindergarten teacher looks like, as well as the character traits that make the best early learning teachers.

Finally, Philip works in the higher education sector at La Trobe University in Melbourne, helping to support young people in their transitions to university and the world of work.

During his career so far, Philip has worked with university students to match them with industry mentors to maximise their opportunities after university and has also worked with high school students highlighting the benefits of higher education, whether that be going to uni or TAFE.

Philip, Outreach Advisor

Philip, Outreach Advisor

Philip will talk to us about the transferable skills he believes young people gain from participating in higher learning as well as what you can expect if you decide to go to university.

Registrations are still open and schools and students are encouraged to register to join. 

About Industry Live: 

Join Beacon Foundation online for Industry Live, a series of live career awareness and exploration events via video conference. We invite expert industry panellists to share their stories, top tips for success, and answer questions from school students across Australia in a discussion led by a facilitator. Industry Live is open to all students across Australia in Years 6-12.

Join our upcoming Industry Live –May 6 2020 – 11:30am – 12:30pm AEST.  Careers in Education – Education and training is a growth industry and from teacher’s aides to trainers there are many great roles to explore.

Simply register and we’ll be in touch to talk you through log-ins and logistics, more information about Industry Live and how to register can be found via this link.

 

 

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What’s On Term 2 – Stay Connected with virtual learning by Beacon Foundation

Throughout Term 2, Beacon Foundation offers a range of online learning opportunities through our Industry Live and Be@Connected. Recordings of the below events are available on Beacon’s YouTube channel. Beacon Foundation’s Industry Live regularly scheduled webinar series will continue throughout Term 3 and 4 of 2020 with schools invited to register to attend each live webinar. The full IndustryLive program can be accessed here.

Find the full schedule below:

April 

What: Life Skills Intro – with guest speaker Tim Paine, Australian Test Cricket Captain  

Who: Be@Connected live stream series by Beacon Foundation 

When: Thursday 30 April, watch the recording at any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation    

 

What: Adaptability in the Workplace   

Who: Be@Connected webinar series by Beacon Foundation 

When: Thursday 30 April, watch the recording at any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation  

 

May
 

What: The Right Attitude & Personal Brand   

Who: Be@Connected live stream series by Beacon Foundation 

When: Tuesday 5th May, 11.30 – 12.00 or watch the recording at any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation  

 

What: Careers in Education   

Who: Industry Live event, by Beacon Foundation 

When: Wednesday 6th May, 11.30 – 12.30   

Where: Register here: https://bit.ly/IndustryLive2020   

 

What: The Power of Creativity   

Who: Be@Connected live stream series by Beacon Foundation 

When: Thursday 7th May11.30 – 12.00  or watch the recording at any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation  

 

What: Decision Making for Success   

Who: Be@Connected live stream series by Beacon Foundation 

When: Tuesday 12th May, 11.30 – 12.00  or watch the recording at any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation  

 

What: Healthy Habits 

Who: Be@Connected live stream series by Beacon Foundation 

When: Thursday 14th May, 11.30 – 12.00  or watch the recording at any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation  

 

What: Problem Solving for Innovation  

Who: Be@Connected live stream series by Beacon Foundation 

When: Tuesday 19th May, 11.30 – 12.00 or watch the recording at 

any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation  

 

What: The Art of Communication  

Who: Be@Connected live stream series by Beacon Foundation 

When: Wednesday 20th May, 11.30 – 12.00 or watch the recording at any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation  

 

What: Health and Medical Careers 

Who: Industry Live event, by Beacon Foundation 

When: Thursday 21st May, 11.30 – 12.30   

Where: Register here: https://bit.ly/IndustryLive2020   

 

 What: How to identify my strengths  

Who: Be@Connected live stream series by Beacon Foundation  

When: Tuesday 26th May, 11.30 – 12.00 or watch the recording at any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation  

 

What: Goal Setting, motivation and drive 

Who: Be@Connected live stream series by Beacon Foundation 

When: Thursday 28th May, 11.30 – 12.00 or watch the recording at any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation  

  

June

What: STEM – Jobs in Science, Research and Environment 

Who: Industry Live event, by Beacon Foundation 

When: Tuesday 2nd June, 11.30 – 12.30   

Where: Register here: https://bit.ly/IndustryLive2020   

  

What: Looking after yourself   

Who: Be@Connected live stream series by Beacon Foundation 

When: Wednesday 3rd  June11.30 – 12.00 or watch the recording at any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation  

  

What: Resilience and bouncing back from a challenge – with guest speaker Tim Paine, Australian Test Cricket Captain 

Who: Be@Connected live stream series by Beacon Foundation 

When: Thursday 4th June11.30 – 12.00 or watch the recording at any time during term 2 on YouTube. Registration is not necessary. 

Where: YouTube: https://bit.ly/BeaconFoundation  

 

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