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    »Crooked Colours

    October 24, 2014 8:00 PM

    38-46 Oxford Street
    Sydney, NSW 2010

    »Wicked: The Musical

    October 24, 2014 8:00 PM

    Adapted from Gregory Maguire's novel of the same name, Wicked re-tells the story of The Wizard of Oz from the point of view of Elphaba and Glinda, two ofthe witches of Oz. According to this version of the famous story, the wicked witch of the west is a misunderstood character whose complex childhood and dramatic history with several of the story's beloved characters, particularly the Wizard of Oz himself, have attributed to her "wicked" reputation. Written primarily for adults, Wicked raises questions about our contemporary ethical standards.

    13 Campbell Street
    Sydney, NSW 2000

    »Bluejuice

    October 24, 2014 7:30 PM

    With a unique sound, that's been described as "punk hop," Bluejuice rose to success in Australia (the band's home country) with the release of its debut album, Problems, in 2007. The band's music style is classic Australian: powerful feel-good tunes driven forward by thumping rhythms and playful vocals with distinct Aussie accents. While most modern music listeners who live north of the Tropic of Capricorn haven't heard of the band, the group has achieved mainstream success in Australia and is considered one of the country's preeminent musical exports.

    624 George Street
    Sydney, NSW 2000

    »Bjorn Again - 25th Anniversary Of The Ultimate Abba Experience

    October 24, 2014 8:00 PM

    49 Market Street
    Sydney, NSW 2000

    »Sydney Craft Beer Week

    October 24, 2014

    Prepare to wet your whistle with some of the best brew (and food!) to come out of Australia at Sydney's Craft Beer Week. The city's top brewers will be featured at this beer-lover's event so be and there are plenty of fun beer-themed activities to keep you entertained and engaged at this festive event. For more details, please visit the event website.

    Sydney
    Sydney, NSW 2000

    »Sydney Rides Festival

    October 24, 2014 6:30 AM

    This festival celebrates Sydney's ever-growing bike culture with many events throughout the week including bicycle tours and races as well as street markets and art. Bikes are available for those who do not have one and want to participate in the riding activities. Be sure to checkout the event's website for details on all the activities that will be taking place during the week.

    Sydney
    Sydney, NSW 2000

    »Rail Engineering & Design Safety Management

    October 24, 2014 9:00 AM

    Australian legislation now requires designers & project managers to demonstrate competence in EDSM as part of their mandatory licensing as a rail safety worker. This course will not only underpin the demonstration of the necessary skills, but provide unique insights & quality, practical guidance. Key Learning Outcomes Demonstrate a sound understanding of the principles of EDSM Appreciate risk in the context of the railway, design and safety management Describe how design and the safety lifecycle interact and influence each other Relate current best practice including safety standards such as EN50126 to your own business Identify and use relevant standards to aid management of design risk Identify hazards, assess risks and understand risk assessment and its approaches Discover relevant standards and illustrate how risks in general should be managed Describe different approaches to risk acceptance and ALARP and learn to apply the current and developing legislative requirements for rail design risk Contribute to a safety plan and communicate safety-related information including hazard logs and other safety records Understand the need for a risk based systems engineering lifecycle approach to enable built-in safety, value and performance Make decisions which optimise system safety and engineering design requirements in a business context Explain the concept of the designer as a rail safety worker and its implications Use case studies to understand the potential for things to go wrong and develop the practical risk management skills Understand project management, systems engineering and integration, validation and stakeholder management in the overall rail business context. About the Course This 3 day course provides engineers, managers and others involved in safety-related projects with a detailed understanding of the fundamentals of EDSM supported by competency based structure.

    Level 18, 347 Kent Street
    SYDNEY, NSW 2000

    »Effective Negotiation & Communication Skills

    October 24, 2014 9:00 AM

    Build your confidence in both the formal principles & the practical skills of negotiation & persuasion to leverage credibility & influence, fine tune your persuasive style & negotiate with more confidence & authority. Key Learning Outcomes Apply proven principles of persuasion and influence to ensure win-win outcomes Improve the results of your negotiations by following key principles and procedures Optimise your pre-negotiation preparation to ensure improved outcomes Understand, recognise and manage negotiation tactics and negative behaviours Recognise different behavioural types and learn ways to relate better to others Understand and utilise key communication tools to improve your influence on others Integrate, combine and apply a range of value adding communication, persuasion and negotiation skillsValue Adds This course is focused on giving you compelling take-away tools in a practical, interactive way so that you can apply these the very next day Receive a 100 page manual as reference material and further reading Receive templates for application in negotiation, persuasion and communication processesAbout the CourseThis course combines negotiation, persuasion, influence and communication. These skills are interrelated and their cumulative effect results in a powerful and memorable learning experience.In the business environment, competition is fierce and you need all the tools you can get to enable you to gain a competitive advantage. This course has direct application for complex transactions in your professional life, right through to interpersonal communication in your personal life.Effective communication is crucial to negotiation, persuasion and relating to different human behaviours. The ability to listen, ask the right questions at the right time and come across with confidence and credibility is an important part of the subtle mix of skills needed to succeed in our complex world.

    Level 18, 347 Kent Street
    SYDNEY, NSW 2000

    »Contract Law Advanced Masterclass For Non-lawyers

    October 24, 2014 9:00 AM

    Master your contract interpretation & preparation skills through this advanced program designed to extract, discuss, & interpret complex contract law issues & the real intent behind clauses, terms & conditions to generate true value for your business. Key Learning Outcomes Identify the legal issues which arise from using certain contract terms clauses Review select terms and conditions and identify when and where these should be used in contracts Examine and develop practical approaches to the following terms, conditions and clauses: indemnities, insurance, payment, bank guarantees, force majeure, liability, liquidated damages and termination Maintain control of the contracting process by using terms and conditions and designing an appropriate framework Consider advanced drafting techniques to ensure terms and conditions do not create ambiguity and uncertainty in contractsAbout the CourseThird in our contract law series and our CMP certification, this course is designed to de-mystify complex and confusing terms and conditions to take the headache and procrastination out of contract analysis. One of the biggest costs to business today is the time taken to understand the true meaning, intent, and associated implications and liabilities for individuals and organisations.As the economy picks up, many more contracts are being written with a myriad of complex terms and conditions. These, often extremely critical terms and conditions get glossed over and sometimes overlooked, resulting in $1000s in time wasted, project hold ups and legal fees to establish fault and compensation. The course will take a step by step approach through some of the most complex contracts we are faced with in business.The course will cover a wide spectrum of industry sectors, and will be adjusted and tailored to suit the participants needs on the day.

    Level 18, 347 Kent Street
    SYDNEY, NSW 2000

    »Rail Track Design Fundamentals

    October 24, 2014 9:00 AM

    Grow your knowledge & appreciation of the performance of rail track systems, how they are engineered for functionality, capacity, safety & reliability by examining rail engineering principles, data, techniques & best practices. Key Learning Outcomes Analyse the principles, data and techniques applied to rail track design Discover how todays track systems are engineered and designed for functionality, capacity, safety, reliability, and competitiveness Gain a working knowledge of the performance of railway track systems in response to loadings Understand the critical relationships between track and rolling stock Gain insight into the implications of terminal design on efficient railway operations Learn to optimise the long-term benefit and economy from resources expended Gain insight into best practices through an examination of various track designsAbout the CourseThis course will examine the design and layout of rail track, including horizontal and vertical alignment, cross section, turnouts and crossings, component selection, earthwork, drainage, and clearances.The design approaches highlight applicable Australian standards and general industry practices.The participant will learn how traffic characteristics and operational requirements affect design. The coverage distinguishes between high-speed, conventional, rapid transit, and light-rail systems.The course includes exercises to provide experience with typical design procedures. On completion, the participant may take credit for 16 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours with their industry association (for example the Institute of Engineers Australia)An engineering or engineering technology background is preferred.

    Level 18, 347 Kent Street
    SYDNEY, NSW 2000

    »Uv Boi + Elk Road

    October 24, 2014 9:00 PM

    Friday October 24th, BASSIC is back thanks to Soapbox Events & Chinese Laundry this time bringing you UV BOI & ELK ROAD. UV Boi (triple j Unearthed 2014 Winner - Brisbane) Brings us his heavy hitting 808 driven tunes bound to fill your heart with a flood of feels. Fresh to the bass music scene, UV boi is definitely one to keep an eye on in the future, already developing a sound similar to the likes of Ryan Hemsworth, and Ta-Ku. Young Australian sound flag waver Elk Road is another one set to explode all over the Bass music scene. With a number of incredibly huge tracks already under his belt, it seems Elk road is fast on the path to success, and this is sure to be a night you don’t want to miss. UB Boi: https://soundcloud.com/uvboi ELK ROAD: https://soundcloud.com/elkroad

    Corner of King street and Sussex street
    Sydney, NSW 2000

    »Joe Louis Walker Band (Us) + Mal Eastick

    October 24, 2014 7:30 PM

    7 Macquarie Place
    Sydney, NSW 2000
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