New courses in HR and Writing for science


For anyone in HR and working in the state service, we have a new and specialised course Investigating workplace misconduct.


Also of interest to those in HR will be the Mercer: CED Job Evaluation course, which we are pleased to be offering in Tasmania at a very friendly member price.


And for those who are working in and writing about science, check out our new course Writing Clear Science.


We are very pleased to have these additions to our calendar and would appreciate your help in ‘spreading the word’.


Legal lunchbox is also making a welcome return, this time on the subject of privacy law. Numbers are limited so please register early to avoid disappointment.


And for everyone with an interest in policy, don’t forget our TTC Special event - The rise of big ‘C’ conservatism: what does it mean for public servants in UK and Australia?


The presenter will be the very popular Dr Randal Stewart with an introduction by Nicola Hodgmanand you have the option of ‘virtual’ or ‘face-to-face’ registration.


Check out our website at or the attached newsletter for more information.


Happy reading!



TTC Team


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