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Event students invited to tailored session at Sydney’s Event Showcase and Australian Business Events Expo 2013

July 16, 2013 MICE No Comments Email Email

Students of event management courses are invited to attend an all new specially designed session at this year’s Sydney’s Event Showcase and Australian Business Events Expo.

This session will include a guided tour of the shows and presentations from high-calibre speakers who will share their insights and experiences with the newest to the industry.

Event consultant and author Lena Malouf, Janene Wardrop, Events Manager of Australian Medical Association and CEO of the SME Association of Australia, Dr Caroline Hong will all give presentations to the students.

The role of students is important to drive an informed and skilled workforce said Lena Malouf.

“By providing them with their own session, they will have an opportunity to learn and absorb what is on offer at these two very important shows.”

Students are invited to attend and must be accompanied by their team leader onThursday 15th August from 2:30 – 5pm. All students are encouraged to attend this session rather than just visiting the show independently.

The session schedule:

2.30pm –Students to arrive on site at Sydney’s Event Showcase registration desk with team leaders.

2.45pm – Students to receive a guided  tour of the shows by show staff.

3.30pm – Student Education Session provided by Lena Malouf, Janene Wardrop and Caroline Hong.

5.00pm – Show closes.

All students need to register to attend the session. www.eventshowcase.com.au

For more information contact Sarah Beggs on 02 9556 7985 or sbeggs@etf.com.au

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