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The New Work Order – Future Fit and How to Thrive

The Scots College Parents’ Association are proud to bring you an evening with 21C Skills Lab Co-Directors Faye Langdon and Justine Munro.

7pm Tuesday 5 June
Scots College Hall
Tickets $20 and include a glass of wine, and nibbles
Please note a small booking fee applies

It’s time for a radical rethink of the ways in which we prepare our young people for the future of work and their career paths. We need to move from a mindset of single career pathway to one of supporting young people to develop a portfolio of skills, knowledge and attitudes that will expand over time, making them highly portable across many jobs and sectors.

This thinking needs to form the basis of the conversations we have with young people about work, the tolls and resources required to enable them to navigate the future workplace and their ability to fully thrive in the future.

Hear from 21C Skills Lab and a panel of business leaders about the future of work and what this may look like. Get yourself informed and lead a new narrative with our young people.

Who is the 21C Skills Lab?

The 21C Skills lab is a NZ organisation with the vision that all young New Zealanders have the knowledge and skills to succeed in a rapidly changing world of work, and to navigate a lifelong journey of learning and earning. Find out more about the 21C Skills lab on their website www.21cskillslab.com

About Justine and Faye

Justine Munro is the Co-Founder and Director of the 21C Skills Lab, and is a member of the NZQA board. She was previously the Director of the Champions for Change, a group of 50 NZ CEOs and Chairs committed to advancing diversity and inclusion, and Executive Director of Education at Social Ventures Australia.

Faye Langdon is the Co-Founder and Director of the 21C Skills Lab. She is also the Director of Langdon Consulting and the founder and, until recently, the managing director at NZ Global Women Trust. She has had a varied career spanning significant business development, business partnerships and business startup expertise. Faye has worked through and resolved challenging complex projects and issues at multiple levels in the business, community and education sectors.


The evening is suitable for parents with children of all ages and is open to the wider community.
Please book your ticket below.

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Scots College
1 Monorgan Road
Strathmore Park
Wellington 6022
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Wellington 6243
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