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Connexus : Issue 40
Partnering with Mutuals to deliver quality training and Nationally Recognised Qualifications Areas of expertise: • Traineeships • Assisting with accessing government funding for training • ASIC Tier 2 • Leadership Development • Diploma of Credit Management • CPD for Lenders • Have the training you deliver recognised • Business Sales qualifications • Training Needs Analysis Talk to a team that understands your business. www.austcollege. com.au www.austcollege. com.au A forum for big ideas this year’s Abacus and AM institute Convention will feature a new format and plenty of food for thought from industry insiders. Mutuals 2012, with the theme ‘Opportunity to Action’, promises an eclectic mix of st rategic insights, practical sessions, case st udies and thought-provoking discussions from local and international experts. Tony Schwar tz, founder and CEO of The Energy Project, will examine the way we work today and how to improve per for mance. A special showcase will draw on the magic of television, with a Q&A-style session on the big issues in banking, hosted by ABC Lateline Business presenter, Ticky Fuller ton. Walkley Award winner Laura Tingle, political editor for the Australian Financial Review and a respected press galler y obser ver, is another special guest at the convention. Lively debate is guaranteed when three dynamic speakers present thei r ‘ Big Ideas for Mutuals’. Dan Gregor y, of the ABC’s The Gruen Transfer, will talk about selling unique ideas. He’ll be joined by demographer Bernard Salt, the clear choice for commentar y on consumer and cultural trends. Completing the trio is A nders Sor mann-Nilsson, Creative 20 Connexus NEWS