Craft Conversation - Data Profession

Overview

The Craft Conversations are a series of live discussions aimed at highlighting emerging contemporary practices, discussing up to date and emerging issues and challenges, and providing a platform to promote real world successes from across the APS.

Participant benefits

Join the APS Academy and the APS Data Profession for our June Craft Conversation on Thursday 23 June. 

Dr Susie Kluth, Assistant Secretary of Data Analytics at the Department of Education, Skills and Employment will facilitate a discussion with three panel members and explore what it means to be a data professional in the APS. The discussion will focus on the different types of work data professionals engage in and how important ongoing capability development is for those working in the Australian Public Service. 

Panel members include:

  • Jean McGhie, Graduate Data Analyst, Department of Veterans' Affairs
  • Jo Cantle, A/g Assistant Commissioner Professions and Pathways, Australian Public Service Commission
  • Luke Verghese, Director of Location Insights Data, Australian Bureau of Statistics 

Suitable for

APS 1 - SES 3

Craft and User Level

This program aligns with the Data Profession at the Foundation level.

Date
Duration
1 hour session
Event type
Event
Location
Australia wide
Price
$0 per attendee