Navigating Future of Work
WE need to understand
the rapid pace of technological change in the
workplace if we are to take advantage of the job and
career opportunities this brings. This is the
subject of an ICT/Fintech Symposium taking place as
part of Donegal Connect on Friday 4th October from
2pm - 4pm in Pramerica, Letterkenny.
Navigating Future of Work on Friday
4th October from 2pm - 4pm in Pramerica, Letterkenny.
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"So many roles have
become automated and transformed by the Digital
Revolution," according to David Roche, Director of
FinTech Services & Head of CSR (Corporate Social
Responsibility) with Pramerica.
"Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cyber
Security, AR, VR and the Internet of Things are
constantly growing & adding value. All of these
things create change, but they also offer
opportunities for new jobs in technology and above
all enhancing/satisfying customer expectations."
"The great thing about these kinds of jobs and new
opportunities, is that you can constantly upskill,
so you don't end up doing the same thing all the
time. We'll be talking about the changes and the
opportunities involved at this symposium, which is
titled Navigating Future of Work."
David says the symposium is aimed at everyone who
needs to understand that the future of work will
afford us many new opportunities. "Students, careers
counsellors, principals/teachers, and people who
work in ICT, FinTech, Med Tech and other tech sector
businesses will benefit from hearing from companies
within the ICT/FinTech sector."
"We talk about the future of work but in some ways
it's already here," says David. "The challenge now
is navigating it and understanding the framework and
the new disruptive technologies that will offer
these new opportunities. So, the symposium sets out
to explore 5 key trends: New Behaviours,
Technologies, Millenials in the Workplace, Mobility
MC and Keynote speaker at this event will be Dr.
Clare Ryan, Co-Founder and Sales Director, ITUS
Secure Technologies Ltd and other speakers include
David Roche and Padraic Lynch, Lecturer in
Department of Design & Creative Media at LYIT.
Attendance at this event is free but booking is
essential. For more details and booking
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