Career Journeys & Trajectories

A Free Event On Careers For Year 10/11/12 Students in SA

on 25th May, 2019, 9:15 AM to 12:00 PM

Venue:
Multicultural Communities Council of SA
113, Gilbert St
Adelaide
SA 5000

Registration Closes at 6:00 PM on May 22, 2019

Facilitator

Abhinav Vidyarthi Рhas had an interesting journey since obtaining his degree in design from IIT in India. He has significant international industry experience. One of his designed motorcycle models continues to sell 1,10,000 units per month in the global market.  On arriving in Australia, he retrained as an Aged Care worker. He is now a design educator at UniSA.

Speakers

Adrian Jeremiah – is an Award winning IT program Manager at SA Power Networks. He is a seasoned project manager with experience in delivering IT projects, both internationally and locally within Australia. He has worked in Dubai, U.A.E. for nearly 10 years before migrating to Australia 6 years ago.

Viythia Katharesan – is an academic within the University of Adelaide. She lectures in Medicine, Health & Medical Sciences and Dentistry. Viythia also researches in Motor Neurone Disease and learning and teaching practices.

Raj Sundararaj Рis a sales and marketing professional with over 19 years of experience. After having spent over a decade in Africa he has moved to Adelaide 2 years back and currently works in the recycling  and waste recovery industry.

Aled Ball – is a graduate with a BSc Hons from the University of Cardiff, Wales. He came to Australia 4 years ago and started as a casual employee at On the Run, before working his way up to becoming an Operations Area Manager, overseeing operations of 10 stores. This year, Aled has been nominated for 2 national retail and convenience awards for his contributions to the Australian retail and convenience industry”

Lynette Kelly – started her career in the banking and insurance industry and then moved into academic research management at Adelaide university and then University of South Australia and the Australian National University and the Commonwealth Government. Her role is mainly to work with researchers to fund their ideas. In 2014, she was named research manager of the year among all universities of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific

Deepak Jegan – is an Electronics and Telecommunications Engineer who currently works as a Systems Manager at the Australian Rail Track Corporation. He has over 10 years of experience in the Railway Industry in delivering train control and train monitoring projects across Australia and Asia. He came to Adelaide to study in 2004 and is an Engineer by profession and a cyclist by passion

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