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BHP and DCC present: How to Identify Your Transferable Skills and Elevate Your

Event Date: 
04 October 2016
Time: 
05:30pm
Price: 
$21.89
Venue: 
BHP Billiton
Level 1, 125 St Georges Terrace
Perth

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You are great at what you do, but your career seems to have stalled. How do you climb that next rung or switch gears and pursue a career in another industry- is that even possible?

It sure is and we’ve got plenty of practical advice for progressing your career. As a female working in a traditional field, how do you use your transferable skills to market yourself to a non-traditional industry or vice versa? We’ll cover this difficult question along with teaching you the best tips to network both online and in person, prepare your resume to cut through and gain attention and lots more!

This will be an interactive session with networking opportunities, so bring along your resume and leave with a wealth of knowledge from our special speaker for the evening, Teagan Dowler, Founder of the Blue Collared Woman.

Refreshments will be provided. Please note that spots are limited, and all ticket proceeds for this event will be donated to Our Watch, an independent non-profit initiative established to drive nation-wide change in the culture, behaviours and attitudes that underpin and create violence against women and their children.
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About the presenter

Teagan has worked in the space of Human Resource Management, Organisational Leadership, Training, Development and Coaching for the past decade. Her experience has been built in traditionally masculine workplaces including civil construction, underground and open-cut coal mining, open-cut iron ore mining and steel processing. This practical experience is underpinned by formal academic qualifications in Psychology and Human Resource Management.

Teagan is often called upon to provide expert opinion on the topic of leadership, diversity and empowerment. As well as being quoted in The Australian House of Representatives, BCW has featured in a range of magazines (including OK! Magazine, The Collective and CLEO), interviewed on live breakfast radio for 4BC Brisbane and ABC Gippsland and is a Ministerial Committee Member for the School of Student Leadership in Victoria and Treasurer of the Diversity Practitioners Association in Queensland.

Organiser: 
BHP & Diverse City Careers
robert@diversecitycareers.com
www.diversecitycareers.com
0422271791
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