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  1. Conference discount: Social Media, Innovative strategies to achieve your institution’s goals

    Posted 28 January 2014 by Paul Clifton (NTEU National Office)

    26th & 27th March 2014, CQ Functions, Melbourne

    www.socialtertiaryed.com

    National Tertiary Education Industry Union members quote CC*NTEU when registering to SAVE $100 off the current price!
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  2. Member discount: Measuring & Maximising Research Impact conference

    Posted 25 February 2013 by Paul Clifton (NTEU National Office)

    Measuring & Maximising Research Impact: Strategies to Conduct High-Impact Research

    26th & 27th June, 2013 CQ Functions, Melbourne

    http://uniresearchinnovation.com/

    NTEU members quote CC*AUR when registering to SAVE $100!

    Effectively measure & boost the impact of your research

    As the Australian Research Council examines the need for a national assessment of research impact, Australian universities must look to preparing themselves for this system. Understanding why and how to assess the impact of research, and implementing strategies to improve the commercial and societal benefits of research, is vital for

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  3. Member Discount: Higher Education Workforce Planning & Policy

    Posted 3 August 2012 by Paul Clifton (NTEU National Office)

    Higher Education Workforce Planning & Policy
    Improving the evidence base to enhance institutional performance
    28 & 29 November 2012, Crowne Plaza, Melbourne
    www.higheredworkforce.com

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  4. Member discount: Engaging Students through Digital Communications conference

    Posted 2 May 2012 by Paul Clifton (NTEU National Office)

    Engaging Students through Digital Communications

    Integrating Channels & Aligning Marketing Strategies across the Tertiary Student Journey

    15th & 16th August 2012 L’Aqua, Cockle Bay, ...

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  5. Member discount: The National Higher Education Information Management Strategy Forum 2012

    Posted 2 May 2012 by Paul Clifton (NTEU National Office)


    Australian Universities' Review is pleased to announce a 10% discount off standard registration fee for all NTEU members to:

    The National Higher Education Information Management Strategy Forum ...

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  6. The Inaugural Higher Education Base Funding Forum - Exclusive 15% discount for NTEU members

    Posted 30 April 2012 by Paul Clifton (NTEU National Office)

    Informa Australia are pleased to announce the Inaugural Higher Education Base Funding Forum which will be held at Rendezvous Hotel, Melbourne, 6-7 August 2012. This forum offers a unique opportunity ...

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  7. Innovative Marketing to Attract International Students conference: $100 discount for NTEU members

    Posted 29 February 2012 by Paul Clifton (NTEU National Office)

    Innovative Marketing to Attract International Students

    13th & 14th June 2012, CQ Functions, Melbourne
    http://recruitinternationalstudents.com/

    $100 discount off today’s rate for NTEU ...

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    Innovative Marketing to Attract International Students conference

    Quote discount code CC*AUR when registering to receive NTEU member $100 discount.

  8. Australian Universities Today and Tomorrow, NTEU’s Future of Higher Education Conference

    Posted 8 December 2011 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    22-23 February 2012 - University of Sydney

    Registration is now open for our Future of the Higher Education Sector Conference Australian Universities Today and Tomorrow.

    Please note that registration is necessary. Register online by clicking here. Registration is $80 for NTEU members; there is no charge to casual members and full time students, and it is $200 for others. With a limit of 150 participants, this will be a high level, intensive and interactive conference. Places will fill quickly.

    We are organising this timely conference because NTEU believes that it is now the appropriate time to both reflect upon what is changing and consider the impacts. It is time to cast the public debate wider and deeper to pose the more profound question as to what we expect of our universities today and tomorrow. The objective of the conference is to better position the NTEU as major actor in the debates about Australian higher and tertiary education.

    The conference is organised around a series of six thematic panels over two days. Speakers have been asked to reflect upon their knowledge and experience, to consider the issues of today and projecting into the future and to interrogate the ideological drivers, as well as political pragmatics about what is going to shape the future of our universities. Following some framing remarks from the Chair, each session will have a panel of 3-4 speakers addressing specific aspects of the theme, followed by debate amongst the panellists and Q&A with the audience. The themes are:

    1. Funding policies
    2. Regulation and governance
    3. Students
    4. The public intellectual
    5. The 21stcentury university employee
    6. The international

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  9. NTEU member discount: 2nd Annual Interconnected Tertiary Education

    Posted 1 December 2011 by Paul Clifton (NTEU National Office)

    NTEU is pleased to offer members an exclusive 10% discount off the standard registration fee for the  2nd Annual Interconnected Tertiary Education

    Improving cross-sectoral pathways & ...

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    Interconnected Tertiary Education conference

    2nd Annual Interconnected Tertiary Education Improving cross-sectoral pathways & increasing participation in an era of reform 28th & 29th March 2012, Central Pier, Docklands, Melbourne

  10. NTEU member discount: Measuring & Optimising Social Media Marketing in Tertiary Education

    Posted 19 October 2011 by Paul Clifton (NTEU National Office)

    Measuring & Optimising Social Media Marketing in Tertiary Education
    Driving student recruitment through your social media strategy
    22nd & 23rd February 2012, CQ Functions, Melbourne

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