Does more productivity equal less workers when building a bright future for Queensland?

November 11, 2014

Energy Skills Queensland’s 2014 Annual Conference is an event
not to be missed as the final keynote presenters toUntitled-2 join the line-up of distinguished speakers are announced.

Ensuring whole of industry coverage on skilling for productivity, the final keynote presenters to present their insights are:

Subho-Banerjee DR SUBHO BANERJEE – Deputy Secretary, Department of Industry,
Australian Government

The Vocational Education and Training (VET) Reform Agenda



John BradleyJOHN BRADLEY – Chief Executive Officer,
Energy Networks Association

Skills and productivity in the rapidly changing energy supply industry: a national perspective



Peter Price Headshot low resPETER PRICE – Executive General Manager –
Asset Management, Energex

New electricity networks, new customer services and new skills needs



Crown Law

Safety and Productivity: Can we have our cake and eat it?




Embracing the theme of ‘Skilling for Productivity, the conference will continue to cover many of the initiatives, challenges and opportunities facing the energy, mining and telecommunications industries now and into the future with informative presentations from nationally respected speakers.

This year, the full day conference will also feature a lively panel forum with industry experts discussing whether more productivity equals less workers and if employing less people with more skills the only strategy to build a bright future for Queensland?

Why should you attend?

  • Network with like-minded industry professionals in the energy, mining and telecommunications industries.
  • Build and strengthen business relationships and partnerships
  • Learn from industry leading professionals and gain insights into the latest industry developments and trends particularly skilling for productivity.

Don’t miss the opportunity to see industry presentations from nationally respected speakers and network with like-minded professionals in these industries.

Register now for your opportunity to attend the Energy Skills Queensland Annual Conference, industry’s best value event to be held on 1 December 2014 at the Royal International Convention Centre in Brisbane.


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