AGILE 101 for Teachers

The skills needed in future workplaces are changing! Find out what collaborative skills your students need to be future proof.

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Agile 101 for Teachers 

This free event is open to teachers from any schools.

In this interactive session, with experienced tech consultant and father of two Phil Baskerville, we will cover the background as to "What is Agile?” and then work with the audience to address their specific questions and interest areas. An information gathering survey will be sent out beforehand to improve relevance of the workshop.

The session is designed to enable an understanding of modern collaborative team development process, which is increasingly being applied to any number of roles and industries. Participants will come away with tools and ideas to help their students prepare for the changing nature of work and team-based product development.  

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You should be present for the whole duration of this event.

Otago Girls High School, 41 Tennyson St, Dunedin, New Zealand

Tuesday 21 May
4:00pm - 5:00pm

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Phil Baskerville

Consultant at Effectus Ltd

Phil is a technology Project Manager with 10 years’ experience at the University of Otago before joining Effectus in 2015. As a parent, Phil is passionate about preparing students for the future of work and is a regular speaker at the IT Professionals of NZ -Tech Hub Careers events.

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