The PMs Role in Reconciliation

Jul 12
Join us for this Productivity & Implementation Seminar


What are the practical steps Project Managers can do to work towards a shared future with Indigenous Australia? How do we make a difference and engage with Indigenous businesses. Amongst the rhetoric are answers and this presentation will deliver several practical procurement processes and decisions that you as a Project Professional can make. AIPM in conjunction with Aurecon will share insights into Reconciliation Action Plans with Aurecon at the forefront of implementing the Federal Government Indigenous Procurement Policy through their Project Management Services (PDS) contract with the Department of Defence.

NAIDOC Week 2019: Voice. Treaty. Truth – Let’s Work Together for a Shared Future. NAIDOC Week has its origins in the work of the Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association and the Australian Aborigines League in the 1920s and 30s. Over the last century of organised Indigenous advocacy, NAIDOC celebrates the achievements of Faith Bandler, Eddie Mabo and many others

Student Members $30 I Members: $37 I Non-Members: $48
CPD points: 3


​Shane Kennelly Shane Kennelly – a proud Bundjalung man is the Co-founder and MD of the eponymous Kennelly Constructions and a leading advocate for Indigenous businesses through his work on the Prime Minister’s Indigenous Business Round Table, board member of Engineers Without Borders and as a Supply Nation board member. In this presentation he’ll address the mechanisms for engaging with Indigenous businesses.

​Shane Kennelly

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