As part of our commitment and involvement within the higher-education sector in Australia, Slattery has been a participant at TEMC for the past 9 consecutive years. This year, attendees of the conference were Sarah Slattery, Tom Dean, Belinda Coates, Lisa Phoa, Sushma Suresh, David Parry and Runil Ganoo.
The theme of this year’s conference was “Distilling Ideas, Transforming Futures” where staff from Universities, TAFE institutes, Polytechnics, private providers, consultants and others were able to share their experiences, challenges and aspirations for the future of higher education.
Over the course of the conference, the team chaired six insightful presentations with themes relating to the Built Environment: Movers and Shapers, 21st Century Service, Beyond the Physical Environment, Distilling BIG Ideas, and HEd Talks.
“Our teams attendance at TEMC this year was a great opportunity to catch up with our existing education network and meet new like-minded professionals. The education sessions were very informative – it was great to hear and see the amazing work that people are delivering across Australia and New Zealand. The conference has left us feeling inspired and we are looking forward to collaborating with many of the attendees Australia-wide in the future.” – Tom Dean, Slattery Director and Education Sector Lead.
We had the pleasure to host Slattery’s annual TEMC drinks at the charming La Buvette Drinkery in Adelaide, which was the perfect opportunity to unwind with 80 of our clients and peers.
The Slattery team wishes to extend their congratulations and thanks to TEFMA, ATEM and all attendees for an outstanding and thought-provoking conference.