TUTIS VReddo Exhibiting at Resource Training Council Conference 2022

TUTIS VReddo is proud to be sponsoring, keynote presenting, and exhibiting at the upcoming Resource Training Council (RTC) conference on “Driving Quality Training”. The event is taking place at the Emporium Hotel, South bank in Brisbane on 22-24 May 2022. It will be a congregation of great and innovative minds that focuses on elevating the quality of training that will be provided for the Australian workforce.

“We’re thrilled to once again support RTC and its members via participating in this live event. This event wasn’t able to proceed over the last 2 years, so I’m sure members are really looking forward to finally being able to connect in person & enjoy the formalities of the program, just as much as the overdue informal networking” said Mr. Chris Wright, TUTIS VReddo CEO.

The RTC Conference will address and present inspiring ideas from industry experts. Exhibitors will also provide interactive workshops and a forum to meet, greet and connect with industry representatives from across Australia and abroad. Four awards will also be announced at the Innovative Skilling Awards Dinner for “Outstanding Training Initiative”, “Outstanding Site Trainer/Assessor” and “Outstanding RTO Trainer/Assessor”, as well as a new category this year: “Outstanding Training Provider”.

If you’re attending the RTC event we’d invite you to introduce yourself at our exhibitor booth and join the keynote presentation of our Co-Founder, Mr. Anthony Rice, who is presenting the following:


How Converging Technologies Stand to Disrupt How We Drive Quality Training

Cloud Computing, 5G/NBN, Robotic Process Automation, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Distributed Blockchain is ALL permeating businesses across every sector. Furthermore, they’re converging together to produce an exponential shift in how we work and how we live. Innovation is no longer aspirational, but imperative.

This seismic shift is compounded by the fact that we’re already having to deal with increased accountability and regulation, changes in roles and skills required, and shortages of skilled staff. It’s obvious that we need better workforce deployment systems and higher proficiency. 

In this workshop, we’ll dive into these Technologies to understand and comprehend the global shift that is currently occurring, and the adaptations required of us to genuinely explore and deliver quality outcomes for the future.

Reference: https://resourcestraining.org.au/annual-conference/