- Virtual Careers Fair
- The Employability Edge
- Job Skills for Now and the Future
- Effective Job Search Strategies
- Winning Job Applications
- Interviews and the Pitch
- Conversations with Alumni Series: Sharing the Earth – Humans, Fauna and Flora
- JCU Inspiration on Tap
- Innovation Foundations: Human-centred design and Lean Startup @ JCU
- Multifaith Blessing of the Academic Year
- Sunshine Coast Drop-In Sessions
- Conversations with Alumni Series: Understanding Our Region – Australia, Asia and the Tropics
- Science and Engineering Challenge
- JCU Beef Australia 2021
- Heroes in Health
- Heroes in Health
- Biloela Careers Expo
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- Emerald Careers Expo
- Victorian Careers Show
- Capricorn Mega Careers Expo
- Charters Towers Regional Careers Expo
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- Adopting technology: How women play a critical role in agriculture
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JCU Events JCU Inspiration on Tap
JCU Inspiration on Tap
Where: Heritage Exchange, 151 Flinders St, Townsville QLD 4810
Stay in the know with JCU’s Inspiration on Tap. Discover what the latest changes in employment law mean and explore how teachers overcame challenges to deliver classes online during COVID-19.
Are we better off overall in the post-pandemic workplace?
Employment law is, as ever, full of new legal developments. While 2020 was all about Job Keeper, the post-pandemic world has seen allegations of, and legal changes regarding, sexual harassment at work and corporate bullying. Senate opposition to the Federal Government’s proposed broad-ranging reform of labour law means the only meaningful law reform relates to casuals. Throw into the mix that a trade unionist — who was once regarded as contributing to the advent of the trade union royal commission — is set to inherit millions, after having declared bankruptcy. Join JCU’s Associate Professor Louise Floyd on a whirlwind tour of employment law and what it means for you.
Kids, cats and barking at the postman — Teaching online during the COVID-19 outbreak in 2020.
Learning is not exclusive to students. COVID-19’s effects on education resulted in many teachers suddenly becoming pupils of technology, online pedagogy and Murphy's Law. Join JCU’s Dr Sarah-Jane Wilson and explore how lecturers and teaching staff rose to the challenge of teaching online.
This is a COVID-safe event and registration confirmation is required to be shown on the evening.