The 6th Annual QTIC Tourism Indigenous Employment Forum is hosted by the QTIC Indigenous Tourism Employment Champions Network, an initiative of the Queensland Tourism Industry Council.
The QTIC Indigenous Tourism Employment Champions Network is committed to supporting 1,000 Indigenous staff into the tourism industry by 2020, and identifying 20 Indigenous tourism businesses by 2020.
This is a chance to share success stories of recruitment, employment, retention and mentoring strategies within small and larger organisations.
Build and share your own experiences, hear what is happening with young entrepreneurs, native title holders, and other Indigenous tourism businesses working in the tourism and hospitality industry.
This is a perfect chance to connect with a cross-section of tourism operators, employees, business managers and industry representatives.
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Tanya Hosch is General Manager of Inclusion and Social Policy for the Australian Football League (AFL). Ms Hosch has a long and distinguished history in Indigenous policy, advocacy, governance and fundraising. She was joint campaign director of the Recognise movement for constitutional reform before joining the AFL as the first ever Indigenous person and second woman in the organisation’s Executive team. (View speaker profile)
He was once a shy little boy from a small country town who refused to hear that he couldn’t achieve grand things in life. Preston Campbell comes from Tingha, population less than 900, about 30km from Inverell in northern NSW. Preston started playing rugby league with the Inverell Hawks and made his NRL debut with the Gold Coast Chargers in 1998 as a diminutive winger. Since then he has played for the Cronulla Sharks, Penrith Panthers and the Gold Coast Titans. Preston retired in 2011 after playing a staggering 267 NRL first grade games. Since retiring Preston has become one of Australia’s most influential sporting ambassadors, working tirelessly in the community as an Ambassador, with a huge focus on improving wellbeing through delivering one on one and group mentoring program across a wide range of fields. (View speaker profile)
Cameron is a Quandamooka man from Moreton Bay off the coast of Brisbane in South East Queensland. Cameron is a law graduate from the University of Queensland and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Leisure Management. Cameron has worked previously in the legal industry and over 15 years in local and state governments delivering Indigenous policies and programs including the Backing Indigenous Arts Program and the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair. Cameron is currently the CEO for the Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation ‐ the Native Title Body for the native title determination over Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island). He has also been the Chair of Minjerribah Camping, a joint venture business between the Quandamooka People and Indigenous Business Australia. (View speaker profile)
We need more employers to join with us to make this happen!
Where: Lawson Room - Novotel, 200 Creek Street, Brisbane City
When: 9:30am for 10am registration
10:00am - 5:00pm - Forum
5:00pm - 7:00pm Networking canapes and drinks
Early Bird Special
QTIC Members: $95
Non QTIC Members $120
Registration close 7th of November 2016
Rhonda Appo - Indigenous Program Manager
07 3236 1445