Exciting Teacher PD Opportunity – #CYBERCON 2019 in Melbourne

Exciting Teacher PD Opportunity – #CYBERCON 2019 in Melbourne

LifeJourney will facilitate a Cyber Teacher PD workshop as part of the 2019 Australian Cyber Conference at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on October 8. Teachers joining the workshop will receive a cannery row theme essay introductions source link donde comprar cialis de forma segura research proposal ideas for health care bullock cart essay checker viagra aus den usa https://erasmus.uctm.edu/fastshipping/cialis-rhabdomyolysis/88/ function of lasix bernanke thesis great depression creative writing images for inspiration new uses for viagra website copywriting services cats eye generique viagra help in writing a persuasive essay a quoi sert le medicament naproxen cialis non generique en france source link https://tetratherapeutics.com/treatmentrx/azopt-alternatives-to-viagra/34/ flood essay in urdu language https://hhkidsdentist.com/advising/cialis-farmacias-ahumada-precio/81/ propecia online paypal https://sfiec.edu/pdf/?docx=free-essays-residential-schools go site buy viagra hamilton ontario is viagra covered by anthem blue cross follow link go to site viagra fine esclusiva abilify dosage for bipolar disorder https://brethrenwoods.org/free-writing-essays-for-ielts/ synthroid plus cytomel https://smartfin.org/science/can-children-use-topical-zovirax/12/ complimentary registration for the entire Australian Cyber Conference provided by the conference sponsors. Teachers will receive a certificate of participation that can be used for accredited professional learning hours. 

The teacher workshop will feature case studies of teachers integrating cyber security learning in the secondary classroom, preview of the ASD CyberEXP, post-secondary options for students and an overview of classroom resources available in Australia. The conference will provide insights and best practices taught by the cyber security industry’s top experts through keynotes, panel sessions and live demonstrations. 

Today Australia faces a workforce shortage of 18,000 professionals in the rapidly growing field of cyber security. These professionals will help protect our future economy by ensuring that emerging areas like artificial intelligence, data analytics, robotics and medical technology remain free of cyber threats. Jobs in cyber security are in-demand, well-paying, flexible and rewarding.

Teachers interested in the workshop, can register at (cyberconference.com.au) and use the promotional code TEACHERPDSTD. Complimentary tickets are limited. Use your education/school email address when registering and include the teacher code.