2010 Young ICT Conference 20-21 September - Brisbane, QLD Australia (Young IT '10)

Venue: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Location: Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Event Date/Time: Sep 20, 2010 End Date/Time: Sep 21, 2010
Registration Date: Sep 19, 2010
Early Registration Date: Jul 31, 2010
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Description

You are invited to attend the Seventh Annual Young ICT Professionals Conference, 20 – 21 September, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. It is being held in conjunction with the World Computer Congress. This is an initiative of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). It is hosted by the Australian Computer Society.
The Young ICT Professionals Conference is for students, graduates and young professionals. It will help you move up the career ladder faster and is the most cost effective way to attend this world class event. For more information, visit http://www.wcc2010.com/content/conferences/acs-yit
Speakers include:
• Nicholas Carr, Author of The Big Switch;
• Sir John Daniel, Commonwealth of Learning;
• Ana Govan, Former Young Professional of the Year;
• Steve Hargadon, Social Learning Consultant;
• Alan Hesketh, CIO of Supercheap;
• Prof. Simon Kaplan, Executive Dean QUT - Science and Technology;
• AJ Kulatunga, Former NT High Achiever of the Year;
• Philip Lockwood HR Manager, ANZ, Tata Consultancy Services;
• Ben Patey, CIO of CSC Australia;
• John Ridge, Executive Director of ACS Foundation;
• Kate Southam, Editor of the online magazine hosted by CareerOne.com.au;
• Rangan Srikhanta, Executive Director of One Laptop Per Child Program and many more!
For more information, visit http://www.wcc2010.com/content/conferences/acs-yit
The Young IT dinner is on Monday 20 September; Young IT Conference delegates will get a free pass to this extraordinary networking opportunity. There are separate tickets available for just the dinner.
The Conference Chair this year is Travis Malone, a charismatic young leader from Queensland. He was deservedly recognised as the 2009 Queensland Young ICT Professional of the Year.
CONFERENCE FEES – all inclusive of GST
YIT 2-day student member Earlybird (up to 31 July 2010) A$200
YIT 2-day student member Normal (from 1 August 2010) A$250
YIT 2-day student non-member Earlybird (up to 31 July 2010) A$250
YIT 2-day student non-member Normal (from 1 August 2010) A$300

YIT 2-day member Earlybird (up to 31 July 2010) A$500
YIT 2-day member Normal (from 1 August 2010) A$600
YIT 2-day non-member Earlybird (up to 31 July 2010) A$600
YIT 2-day non-member Normal (from 1 August 2010) A$700
1-day rates also available.
Register now go to www.wcc2010.com/content/registration Earlybird closes July 31.

Venue

Corner of Merivale & Glenelg Street, South Bank, Queensland, Australia 4101
Brisbane
QLD
Australia
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Additional Information

WHAT IS IFIP? The International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) is an umbrella organisation for national societies working in the field of ICT. Established in 1959 by the United Nations, IFIP has 58 member associations in 56 countries throughout the world. With over half a million members, IFIP holds the World Computer Congress every two years. ACCOMMODATION A wide range of comfortable hotels to suit any budget is located close to the WCC2010 venue, the Brisbane Conference and Exhibition Centre. Special accommodation room rates have been negotiated for the event and, subject to availability, may apply to extended stays. See www.wcc2010.com/content/accommodation JOIN US IN SEPTEMBER IN BRISBANE A discounted earlybird fee applies for all delegates registering prior to July 31. Take this opportunity to build your network of contacts and hence move up the career ladder faster. Register now at www.wcc2010.com/content/registration Yasas Vishuddhi Abeywickrama Director, Young ICT Professionals Board