Masterclass Series

Semester 2, 2019

Our Masterclass Series in Semester 2 will include the following facilitators. For additional information about content and learning outcomes please see below or visit the Current Students Facebook page:

Sam Mutimer

Founder of Thinktank Social (Strategic Social Media Marketing)

Session content and learning outcomes

In this session Sam will focus on how to gain a positive attention and build credibility for the career you want via social media. You will discover:

  • Who you are and what you stand for
  • The power of Linkedin and why this is a great platform of choice for all students
  • Optimising you Linkedin profile - this will be hands-on-exercise
  • The power of article writing on Linkedin
  • Content themes and messages
  • How to produce engaging content
  • Content frequency
  • How to connect with key decision makers in a meaningful way
  • Networking best practice

For more information please refer to Sam's flyer (pdf):

CampusDateTimeVenueRegistration
Mt Helen 7 August 2019 12:00 - 1:30pm Y016 Register here
Berwick 7 August 2019 12:00 - 1:30pm 901 117 Register here
Churchill 7 August 2019 12:00 - 1:30pm 2E101 Register here

Tech Studio

Aligning with your Personal Goals - Where Creativity Meets Technology

In this session you will be taken on a journey of how you can make your dreams a reality. Liv and Anthony will talk to you about how aligning your personal goals is the benchmark of anything you create.

Liv and Anthony will give you tangible ways to implement this into your daily life. Through an honest and authentic approach Liv and Anthony will leave you empowered to align your goals and create the success you desire.

For more information please refer to Tech Studio's flyer (pdf)

CampusDateTimeVenueRegistration
Mt Helen 8 August 2019 12:00 - 12:45pm H125 Register here

Grant Wyatt

Human Resources Director, Mars Wrigley Confectionery Australia

Session content and learning outcomes

In this session Grant will take you on a journey where you are given perspective on shaping your career and learn how preparing for a job interview can be elevated to help you prepare for life.

Through an honest, authentic focus on forming clarity of your aspirations, building awareness of your strengths, growing through mistakes and applying strong values, students will learn how they can achieve greater levels of success and happiness in life. A mixture of fact based research and candid, personal story telling will leave you empowered to make progress in the areas that matter most.

For more information please refer to Grant's flyer (pdf)

CampusDateTimeVenueRegistration
Mt Helen 14 August 12:00 - 12:45pm Caro Convention Centre Studio 3 Register here

Dominic Soh

Developing Mental Resilience for Success

2 x TEDx speaker / 115km ultra-marathoner / Author / featured on Entrepreneur.com. The Age and The Herald Sun / Former Infantryman. Dominic has presented on the TEDx stage twice and spoken internationally in 11 cities like Stockholm, New York City, Copenhagen, Munich, Helsinki, Dublin and Amsterdam. He has also interviewed Navy SEAL commandos, Olympians, fighter pilots and Michelin - star chefs. Some of his speaking clients include New York University, Tesla, VW, Intel, National Australia Bank, EU Business School and Guinness Enterprise Centre.

In this session you will learn:

  • Why you need to get your mental game right
  • Two studies to prove that talent is overrated and grit tends to be a better predictor of success
  • How high performers thrive under pressure, stay focused and achieve their objectives in a high-stress environment.
  • How to develop mental toughness to overcome adversity, stick to your goals and push yourself to the next level of success.

For more information please refer to Dominic's flyer (pdf)

CampusDateTimeVenueRegistration
Churchill 20 August 2019 12:00 - 1:30pm
2S121
Register here
Mt Helen 11 September 12:00 - 1:30pm T127 Register here

Guest presenter - Tim Diamond

General Manager of Cotton On Foundation

Alumni Tim Diamond has made a real and measurable impact with his role as General Manager of Cotton On Foundation. Tim will take you on a journey of his time at Federation University, how his education degree has opened up many opportunities not directly related to teaching. Tim will leave you empowered to take the next steps and how you can lead your best life.

CampusDateTimeVenue
Mt Helen22 August 20195:30pmY016

Light refreshments will be provided. Please register here

Insights Mental Health Workshops

Mental Health - How to keep it and how to find it if you lose it.

Why Mental Health Matters presentation by Headspace

For further information please refer to Insights flyer (pdf)

CampusDateTimeVenueRegistration
Mt Helen 2nd August 12:00 - 1:30pm T209 Register here

Recovery from Mental Illness and Music led by Heidi Everett

CampusDateTimeVenueRegistration
Mt Helen 16th August 12:00 - 1:30pm T120 Register here
Poetry and Recovery led by Sandy Jeffs
CampusDateTimeVenueRegistration
Mt Helen 30th August 12:00 - 1:30pm T120 Register here

An Introduction To Cultural Competency

An interactive workshop run by FedUni's Aboriginal Educational Centre:

In this workshop students will learn about:

  • Aboriginal cultural context
  • Australian historical timeline
  • Developing your cultural competence
  • Engagement with Aboriginal communities

Places are limited for these workshops so register early to secure your place.

CampusDateTimeVenueRegistration
Mt Helen 22 August 10-1 pmT102Register here
Berwick10 October 10 - 1pm903_1118Register here
Mt Helen 6th November 2- 5pmT127Register here