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What is action learning?

Action learning is ‘learning by doing’.

A small team works intensively to tackle a problem of real importance to the organisation. All levels of the organisation can participate from senior management to front line staff.

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23
May
  • 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Hotel Grand Chancellor Cameron Street, Launceston
Clean, Green and Lean LAUNCESTON

The first of four seminars presented in partnership with the Tasmanian Climate Change Office, this seminar will explore opportunities for the application of Lean principles to increase profitability and sustainability.

24
May
  • 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Centre of Manufacturing Excellence 13 Wellington Street, South Burnie
Clean, Green and Lean BURNIE

The first of four seminars presented in partnership with the Tasmanian Climate Change Office, this seminar will explore opportunities for the application of Lean principles to increase profitability and sustainability.

30
May
  • 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Hotel Grand Chancellor Cameron Street, Launceston
Circular Economies LAUNCESTON

The second of four seminars presented in partnership with the Tasmanian Climate Change Office, this seminar will explore the benefits of circular economies, how they work, and seek to identify opportunities in the region.

31
May
  • 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Centre of Manufacturing Excellence 13 Wellington Street, South Burnie
Circular economies BURNIE

The second of four seminars presented in partnership with the Tasmanian Climate Change Office, this seminar will explore the benefits of circular economies, how they work, and seek to identify opportunities in the region.