London, United Kingdom
New York, New York
Masdar City, Abu Dhabi
Auckland, New Zealand
Designed for participants to build strong networks across Australia and New Zealand, the Tertiary Education Management Conference (TEMC) 2017 will explore the question of how the higher education sector can create open, innovative systems where ideas can become a reality, expand professional practice and support leading thinkers in the field.
Attracting around 800 higher education and technical and further education (TAFE) managers, this year’s conference reflects the ongoing challenges of the tertiary sector. The conference will feature three presentations from leaders in Woods Bagot’s Education sector, including principals Sarah Ball and Jo Dane.
Topics they will discuss are how the implementation of the ‘student learning and experience plan’ impacts the design of teaching space, and how activity-based work environments for academics can be implemented within a university.
The sessions will explore how to address change through innovation. To view the full program and to find out more about the conference, visit the TEMC website.