(Kuching)-In keeping with Swinburne’s commitment to improving graduate employability, the university will host “learning for the future of work” forums across the country this month. Beginning February 22, the first forum will be held at One World Hotel in Petaling Jaya, followed by events on February 23 at Hyatt Regency Kinabalu in Kota Kinabalu, and February 24 in Kuching Held at the Swinburne Sarawak campus. All three forums will take place from 2 pm to 5 pm. In addition, it will be held at the Tanahmas Hotel in Sibu on February 26 and at the Pullman Waterfront Hotel in Miri on February 27, both from 10 am to 12 noon. The last stop of the forum will be held on February 29th from 9am to 12pm at Hotel Jen Penang. Next, for the wonderful forum invited guest speakers, Dr. Sean Gallagher, director of Swinburne New Workforce Center. BFM’s Khoo Hsu Chuang and Freda Liu served as moderators; and Karamjit Singh from Digital Digital Asia; Gan Bock Herm and Chua Kuang Eu from PanelStreet.com. This inaugural forum provides a platform to discuss the future of work, which is one of the hottest topics that has emerged in recent years. The forum will explore how technologies such as automation, robotics and artificial intelligence will affect the future workforce and employability skills, explore future challenges and opportunities; current and future workforce compatibility; prepare for future work; and people and How the machine will eventually cooperate. In addition, listeners, especially working professionals, students, and representatives of the education sector, will be able to gain more information about the knowledge and skills needed in the future profession. It also aims to promote Swayway itself as a university with a deeper understanding of the new market forces of the future, and to refocus the workforce centre and disseminate knowledge about the centre to students on campus. According to Dr. Gallagher, future work refers to how electronic technology affects and changes work, and technology is increasingly capable of performing human tasks. “The challenge is to understand the structure of work for decades. Work is a collection of tasks, many of which are routine and predictable, which means they are vulnerable to digital technology. This interference is twofold. First, This technology is capable of doing its own tasks, and secondly, it can restructure work to reduce costs, such as the economy of freelancers. “Dr. Gallagher is a recognized leader in the impact of technology and globalization on higher education. State government policy. He has extensive experience in building and leading research and education programs, including serving as the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the University of Sydney’s American Studies Centre. Khoo was a financial journalist and correspondent for Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg. Currently, he is the managing director of KHC Ventures Ltd. and the host and producer of BFM Media Ltd. He is one of the most popular hosts, hosts, writers, journalists and radio announcers in the country. She has previously worked for Edelman PR and IBM Asia Pacific. Meanwhile, among the panelists, Karamjit is the founder and CEO of Digital News Asia. He is regarded by industry and peers as one of the most respected journalists and experts in the country. Gan, Country Manager for JobStreet.com Malaysia, has over 20 years of experience in corporate sales, customer service and general management in the fast-growing information technology industry. Chua is a client solutions consultant who has worked with hundreds of companies to understand and meet their recruitment needs and has hosted many recruitment solution seminars. The forum is open to individuals with different professional backgrounds, students aged 16 and over, and educators and professionals in the education sector. For more information on forums and registration, visit swinburne.edu.my/career-forum. As the international branch campus of Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, the Sarawak campus offers a range of industry-specific and professionally-recognized courses in business, computing, design, engineering, and science, including diplomas, foundations, degrees, master’s degrees, and PhD Level. The Sarawak campus has approximately 3,500 students from more than 45 countries, including Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Germany, Denmark and Australia. For more information on Sarawak Swinburne, please visit its official website www.swinburne.edu.my, or follow its Facebook page (@swinburnesarawak), Instagram (@swinburnesarawak), Twitter (@Swinburne_Swk) and YouTube channel ( Swinburne Sarawak).
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