Overview

To stay at the forefront and meet future data usage requirements, Defence must develop the necessary digital, data and cyber literacy skills. With the rise of quantum computing, artificial intelligence, data generation, robotics and automation, there is an ongoing requirement for all staff to develop and maintain cyber literacy skills.

Learning objectives

  • Grow your ability to identify and use digital, data and cyber technology confidently, creatively and securely work and adapt as these technologies change and evolve
  • Work effectively as a team utilising digital technologies and data visualisation

Stream topics

Living in a digital world

Alice Sidhu

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Delivered by: Alice Sidhu, Director of LIVLAB and MBS Associate

Define digital, data and cyber in the current and near future world. Learn how digital technologies are used in commercial and Defence applications. Consider evolving technologies as items to be continually explored, tested and understood. Understand the potential applications and risks for emerging technologies.

Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence

Stephen Witherden

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Learn what AI is and different types of AI. Explore the current use of AI in industry including Defence and lastly the ethical implications and considerations for its use.

Cyber Awareness & Security

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The Practical Uses of Virtual and Augmented Reality

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Fundamentals of Coding

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Building Interpersonal Skills and Relationships Whilst Living in a Digital World

Raj Sidhu

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Evaluate the digital channels and the skills needed to communicate effectively in the digital world. Gain awareness of the principles around Authentic communication, empathy and building trust in order to build productive relationships. You will be able to demonstrate practical approaches to communication skills in different channels of communication in the digital world such as Visual Virtual meetings on Zoom, and written short and long form communication such as. documents, emails, notes, texts and phone calls.

Reporting and Presenting Data for Business Decision Making

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Future Technology Trends

Alice Sidhu

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Delivered by: Alice Sidhu, Director of LIVLAB and MBS Associate

Explore the potential evolution of emerging technologies in the next 50 years and learn how these new technologies may be applied in Defence and commercially. Increase confidence in the knowledge and application of emerging technologies.

Basics of Cloud Computing in Defence

Mark Woods

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The basics of Cloud Computing in Defence, a non-technical introduction to Cloud Computing terms, products and Cloud Data security as it impacts Defence.

How to Procure Approved Cloud solutions in Defence

Mark Woods

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The processes associated with procuring Cloud services in Defence so that your project can meet Commonwealth and Defence specific procurement guidelines.

Data Security and Sovereignty in the Australian Defence environment

Mark Woods

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Budgeting for Cloud Services

Mark Woods

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