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The Faculty of Business and Law’s Executive Education programs deliver practical skills and knowledge in a range of business areas.

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Equip yourself with the practical skills you need to get ahead, upskill your career and succeed through leadership. For more info bit.ly/curtin-exec-ed

Date
Throughout 2019
Venue
137 St Georges Terrace Perth
Cost
Prices vary
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Register now for these upcoming programs.

Housing Economics for Non-Economists (four-part series)

Dates: March 6, April 3, May 8, June 5 2019

Time: 5.30pm – 8pm

Venue: 137 St Georges Terrace, Perth

In collaboration with Shelter WA, we have developed a dynamic series on Housing Economics for the Non-Economists, covering the following topics.

  1. Economics of housing markets and housing policies – March 6
  2. Taxation and housing outcomes – April 3
  3. Land use planning and housing markets – May 8
  4. Property development drivers and feasibility – June 5

This series has been developed by Professor Rachel Ong and Associate Professor, Steven Rowley in collaboration with Shelter WA.

Register for Housing Economics for Non-Economists.


Stakeholder Best Practice – 1-day Masterclass

Date: Tuesday 19 March 2019

Time: 9am – 4.30pm

Venue: 137 St Georges Terrace, Perth

Effective stakeholder identification and engagement gives your business a competitive advantage by broadening its capabilities and providing new market opportunities.

Don’t miss your opportunity to learn a proven method for effective stakeholder management to drive business success. Places are limited, so register now.

Register for Stakeholder Best Practice Masterclass.


China Business Tour

Date: 1 – 11 May 2019

We will soon open applications for the 2019 China Business Tour, providing delegates with the opportunity to experience a business environment that is culturally, physically and institutionally different to Australia.

You can join us for an 11-day tour of three of China’s most innovative cities from 1 – 11 May 2019.

Register your interest by emailing execed@curtin.edu.au.


Blockchain: Hope or Hype? Masterclass

Date: Thursday 23 May 2019

Time: 9am – 4.30pm

Venue: 137 St Georges Terrace, Perth

Blockchain technology has the potential to disrupt normal practices in Accounting/Finance/Supply Chain Management and Business Logistics.  Use cases are being developed at a breathtaking pace and while some of these are likely to fail, others will flourish and cause disruption in certain industries.

Register for Blockchain: Hope or Hype? Masterclass.