Events

Dates: 15 October 2018

Time: 2:00-3:00pm

Online and free.

Even a successful business can have issues in cash flow. Running out of cash is a sure way for even the most inspired businesses to fail. Don’t get caught out!

Learn to identify what drives your cash flow and what you can do to keep money pumping into the parts of your business that need it most. Understand the difference between profit and cash, fixed costs and variable costs. Master the management of your stock and gain practical tips in managing suppliers that you can apply straight away!

This webinar will be presented by the International Specialised Skills Institute’s very own accountant Keith Beecher. It is FREE and made specifically for artisans in business! A webinar is just like an online lecture – all you need is an internet connection. Simply sign up and you will receive access instructions directly to your inbox.

Questions? Don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Dates: 25 October 2018

Time: 1:45-4:30pm

Location:
Library at The Dock
107 Victoria Harbour Promenade
Docklands, VIC 3008

Illuminate Series #5 Innovative Approaches to Education: Supporting Vulnerable Learners

Innovative Approaches to Education: Supporting Vulnerable Learners is the fifth ISS Institute Illuminate Series Forum. Drawing upon the knowledge, experience and leadership of our Fellows, our aim is to provide attendees with practical and innovative strategies that can be successfully implemented in the class room.

Presenters:
Each of the following presenters are experts in their respective areas and committed to innovation, best practice and the development of skills and knowledge in the Australian education sector, particulary in the context of vulnerable leaners.

Presenters at our Illuminate Series #5 event will be:
Erin O’Connor Price: Was a Skills for Education and Employment Co-ordinator & Adult, Community and Further Education Co-ordinator at Westgate Community Initiative Group and 2016 ISS Institute / The Higher Education and Skills Group, Department of Education and Training Fellow (Victorian Government) ‘Changing the way we work with vulnerable youth to provide sustainable long-term outcomes’

Jan Davis: Course Coordinator for Certificate 1 in Work Education, Holmesglen Institute Victoria, Australia and 2016 ISS Institute / The Higher Education and Skills Group, Department of Education and Training Fellow (Victorian Government) ‘Supported Internships: a program of social inclusion for young people with disability’

Linno Rhodes: Education Manager and 2017 ISS Institute /The Higher Education and Skills Group, Department of Education and Training Fellow (Victorian Government) ‘A holistic approach to supporting adult literacy learners’ -Report coming soon.

Cate Thompson and Karen Dymke: Karen is a coach and consultant at Thoughtful Works, with a focus on improving teaching practice. Cate Thompson works at the VDC and they are both 2017 ISS Institute / The Higher Education and Skills Group, Department of Education and Training Fellows (Victorian Government) ‘Supporting Disadvantaged People Through Education and Training’ – Report coming soon.

Cost: Free event

Parking: Street parking in the Docklands can be difficult to find so we recommend using public transport. However, if you do drive several carparks are very close to the venue

International Specialised Skills Institute