ISANA NZ Looking Ahead Webinar Series is designed to assist the sector’s recovery and reflect the three International Education Strategy emphases: Excellent education & student experience, Sustainability and Global Citizenship. Proudly sponsored by:
3rd September, 2pm – What would be an optimal recovery plan for the Australian and New Zealand export education sectors?
Ly Tran, School of Education, Deakin University, Australia and an Australian Research Council Future Fellow
There will be provision for Q&A during these 60 minute webinars and opportunities to share your views.
These events are free for ISANA NZ members and $25 for non-members. For further details and to register please click on the provided link.
ISANA Australia webinars – NZ attendees welcome and free
7th August, 3pm-4.30pm AEST Self-care for IE Professional ‘Are U OK?’
Presenter: Coby Liew
ISANA Host: Mary Ann Seow
12th August, 10am-10.45am AEST Under 18 students’ welfare and arrangements
ISANA Host: Queensland branch
More details coming soon.
Previous Looking Ahead webinars:
28 May, 11am Supporting and advising international students in their job searching endeavours
Dr Angela Liew, University of Auckland Department of Accounting & Finance, Business School
(28 May webinar postponed – to be updated)
11 June, 11am Responding to racism in the wake of Covid-19
Lian-Hong Brebner, Diversity Manager, AUT
25 June, 2pm Enabling international student employability in the virtual space
Assoc. Professor Shanton Chang, Associate Dean International, School of Computing and Information Systems, Melbourne School of Engineering
9 July, 2pm Providing tailored mental health support for international students in stressful circumstances
Kelly Feng National Director Asian Family Services
6th August, 2pm A panel discussion: “What would you like to see in Minister Hipkins’ four-year strategy for international education sector recovery?“
Ainslie Moore – Deputy Director International, University of Auckland
John van der Zwan – Executive Director, SIEBA
Clare Bradley – Chief Executive, Aspire 2 International, Deputy Chair ITENZ
Dr Linda Sissons – Chief of Operations, UCOL