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Industry Training Federation Annual Conference 08

Industry Training Federation Annual Conference 2008: Investing in Skills and Productivity

22 and 23 July 2008 Te Papa, 55 Cable St, Wellington

The 2008 ITF Conference provides an opportunity not only to celebrate the successes of industry training, but to discuss the emerging role of ITOs and their role in contributing to New Zealand's productivity. Accordingly, the theme for the 2008 Industry Training Federation Conference is Investing in Skills and Productivity. This reflects the key relationship ITOs have with firms, workers, and government in developing and utilising skills.

The federation is pleased to be able to present a range of excellent keynote speakers including the following international speakers:

Professor Mike Campbell, Director of Research and Policy, UK Commission for Employment and Skills Andrew Cardozo, Executive Director, The Alliance of Sector Councils, Canada John Stone is the Chief Executive of the Learning and Skills Network (LSN), UK Earlybird registrations close 30 June 2008.

A full programme and further information on the conference is available at


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