Other Courses (ATEM, AHEIA, LH Martin Institute)
The following programs are run by external providers across the tertiary sector.
Association for Tertiary Education Management (ATEM)
A meeting of TAFE, private providers and universities to network issues on cross-sectoral partnerships.
Come and share your initiatives, your successes and learnings; gain ideas and inspiration from the experience of others, hear from practitioners and leaders in the admissions field and sort through admission myths and facts together at The Leadership Centre, Australian Catholic University, Brisbane.
In this workshop, learn how to remember information, names and numbers like a genius!
More than ever, each of us is considered a "brand". But what does that mean for you and your career, and why does it even matter?
Join us in celebrating ATEM 40th Anniversary with the Queensland Region
Course Portfolio and Management from a Market Perspective.
This full day workshop looks Resilience and Mindfulness, what they are, and how they can be applied as actions and practices in our professional and personal lives.
Do you want to enhance your ability with goal setting and getting things done to assist with becoming more productive, successful, and satisfied? Then this course is for you!
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the ATEM Institutional Policy Network’s successful forum series this year stages its 12th event.
28 October - Perth, WA
This year's theme will focus on: 'Facing the Future - Collaborate or Crumble'. The conference also incorporates a late-afternoon celebration of ATEM's 40th anniversary, to which all conference attendees are invited. Mr Carl Rallings, ATEM President, will be the guest speaker. If you wish to attend the celebration from 3.30pm but not the conference, please register for the celebration only here.
28 October - Melbourne, Victoria
This workshop aims to improve participants’ ability to effectively manage their time and personal and work priorities.
*ATEM also has a number Priority Place Programs for a selection of on-demand events, to improve the flexibility and accessibility of courses. These events will run once a minimum number of attendees have registered. Please browse the ATEM program listings for more information.
Australian Higher Education Industrial Association (AHEIA)
This program delivered over two half days (includes a networking dinner) covers strategic industrial relations issues and case studies appropriate to senior HR/IR practitioners in the higher education sector.
Time: 9am to 5pm