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VIC Young professionals network

The VIC YP (Young professionals) Network is a group targeted at the future of the HR industry, the up and coming young professionals in the early stages of starting their careers within the HR Profession or those students studying HR and keen to further complement their studies with development through AHRI.

For those professionals who are passionate about the future of our industry and developing young HR professionals and leaders of tomorrow we are also keen to have you along to attend our events, network with young professionals and share your experiences.

The focus is on topics of interest to those in the early to intermediate stages of their careers, career development & knowledge sharing and meeting other HR professionals. Meetings are often a mix of panel discussions, case studies and HR practitioners sharing their own experiences.

Committee members

The VIC Young professional’s network is run by AHRI members passionate about the HR Industry. They are HR professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to expand the scope of knowledge in this specific HR area of interest.

Upcoming forums

Convenor

Committee

  • Lisa M Hobson
  • Daniel Cogan
  • Munna Abdullahi
  • Annalise Friend
  • Natasha Skiba
  • Laura Hay
  • Abby McDonald
  • Allison Waldron

Types of activities

  • assisting with the organisation and planning of the professional development calendar
  • discussing ideas, current trends and developments that are of interest
  • assisting with access to experts, both practitioners and thought leaders, for presentations and comment
  • developing research opportunities for recommendation to AHRI national office

Additional information

Find out more about Young professionals at AHRI:ASSIST – a new member-only directory of information, reports, fact sheets, legal updates, checklists, guidelines and more.

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Connect on a local level

AHRI Networks are groups of HR Professionals that share your interests, and are from your local area.

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