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REMPLAN Blog

Thursday, 26 July 2012

Economic Development Practitioner Bootcamp 30th and 31st August 2012


REMPLAN, Dench McClean Carlson and SOCOM are pleased to invite you to the EDP Bootcamp, proudly supported by Economic Development Australia and the City of Greater Bendigo.
This is a fantastic opportunity for Economic Development Practitioners from various regions and organisations to develop their professional capabilities, networks and access to resources.
The Economic Development Practitioner Bootcamp aims to provide participants with strategic and practical insights and understanding into a range of contemporary influences and issues relevant to economic development. The Bootcamp will also provide participants with an opportunity to expand their network of economic development professionals and peers.


TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE:
  •          Low carbon transition
  •          Economic analysis
  •          Land use planning
  •          Working with Government
  •          Digital economy
  •          Social media
  •          Infrastructure development
  •          Workforce development
The EDP Bootcamp program is available on our newly launched website, www.edpbootcamp.com.au

ENGAGING SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
  •          Michael McAllum - Futurist - Global Foresight
  •          Jack Holden - Fonterra
  •          Matthew Nichol - REMPLAN
  •          Jenny Cromarty - SOCOM
  •          Elaine Carbines - Chief Executive Officer - G21
  •          Stephen Carthew - Department of Planning & Community Development (TBC)
  •          Jeff Wolinski - Director - Renaissance Planning (TBC)
  •          David Rolland - Manager Strategy & Economics - GHD
  •          John Stevens - Dench McClean Carlson

WHAT CAN I EXPECT TO LEARN FROM THE BOOTCAMP?
The Economic Development Practitioner Bootcamp has the following learning objectives:
  •          The identification and development of a deeper understanding of key trends and influences relevant to economic development 
             and their likely implications for strategy development and program implementation
  •          The identification and development of an greater understanding of practical methodologies and tools to assist the economic
             development process
  •          The identification of information sources relevant to the economic development process and how to access these resources
The EDP Bootcamp is an exciting forum for any Economic Development Practitioner to gain valuable insights and a greater understanding of issues relevant to their role.

WHEN, WHERE AND HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Date:  30th & 31st August 2012
Location:  The Capital, Bendigo Bank Theatre,
                Bendigo, Victoria
Cost: $795 per person. (Excl GST) 
$100 discount for EDA Members
$150 discount for new EDA Members
HOW TO CONNECT WITH THE EDP BOOTCAMP:

                    

     Like EDP Bootcamp on Facebook

     
Follow EDP Bootcamp on Twitter
   


Visit our newly launched EDP Bootcamp website www.edpbootcamp.com.au    

HOW TO REGISTER:
To register, simply visit the EDP Bootcamp website: www.edpbootcamp.com.au or phone us: 03 5444 4988
Registration includes all workshops, presentations, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea (Thurs 30th August & Fri 31st August), dinner (Thurs 30th August) and optional early morning Bootcamp exercise session (Fri 31st August).

FOR FURTHER DETAILS:
Feel free to visit the EDP Bootcamp website: www.edpbootcamp.com.au or phone us: 03 5444 4988

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