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SIGNAL Director to present live on Techweek TV

Monday July 20, 2020

Following on from the recent launch of SIGNAL's in-depth report "Horizons 2020: Trends in Technology Education", a timely exploration of what we need to do to evolve technology education to better serve a future New Zealand, report author Stuart Charters, will be presenting alongside co-author Martyn Rivett as part of Techweek TV, Friday 31 July at 3pm.

The session will discuss what roles tech businesses need to play in developing the next generation, touching on a wider range of areas, particularly diversity and inclusion.   

Other questions to be discussed include:  

Don't miss this 30-minute Techweek TV session, Friday 31 July at 3pm, broadcast live from the Techweek TV webpage:

Filling the talent pipeline for tech and delivering the 'right' people.

If you miss this live episode or want to re-watch, you can catch up on-demand on Play Stuff.

SIGNAL's live online 2019 Techweek TV session, 'Shift to a tech career in less than a year', featuring SHIFT graduates Julia Pye and Jess Wren, and SIGNAL Deputy Director, Kylie Jackson.

Techweek TV is a series of live, online video sessions broadcast during the Techweek festival, starting Monday 27 July at 9am. Be inspired by the huge range of ways Kiwis are using tech to connect to our future. It doesn't get much better than free access to industry experts from the comfort of your office chair or living room! 

The Techweek2020 TV schedule covers topics including the role of AI in the future of education, how to unlock global export opportunities, our future cities, how businesses survived COVID-19 and what the post-COVID world and workplace may look like.

All of the Techweek TV episodes will be broadcast live from the Techweek TV webpage. Make sure you bookmark the page for easy access!

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