One of the benefits of an ASTC membership is being able to join TechCommNZ as an affiliate member for free. Affiliate members can register and attend an exciting range of TechCommNZ webinars for free. In early 2018 TechCommNZ will be holding a series of webinars, four sessions to be held between the 2nd February 2018 […]
If you want to study information design or technical communication online, Ara Institute of Canterbury in New Zealand is offering a revamped suite of qualifications. The Graduate Certificate of Information Design will be offered from February 2018 and the Graduate Diploma will be available from February 2019. These are unique qualifications in Australasia and replace […]
In November TechCommNZ will be running a one-day workshop in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch to be presented by Dave Gash. If you prepare online content and would like to improve your skills in content styling, then this workshop is for you. CSS Novice to Ninja in a Day Online content styling is accomplished with a […]
Do you remember the two articles in Southern Communicator featuring Joe Gelb? We thought one of them was important enough to feature as our Foreword. Joe’s opinion is that technical communicators have a very bright future – which is a nice change to some of the gloomy predictions we’ve been reading recently. The thing with […]
Members of the ASTC know that the field of technical communication is evolving, growing and changing, all the time. One of the best ways to keep abreast of new developments is through education and training. The ASTC is pleased to help promote a TechCommNZ webinar that will be held on Wednesday 28 June 2017 from […]
Meetings are held in Melbourne on various dates and in various locations. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Western Sydney technical communicators group meets the third Thursday of every month. (Please get in touch with Bede Sunter Bede.SUNTER@rms.nsw.gov.au or 0409 989 707 before attending.) Venue: Crocodile Farm Hotel Ashfield (check the site for directions). Time: 6.30 for 7.00 pm.
The Queensland Technical Writers group provides an ideal opportunity for meeting and sharing ideas with other communication professionals based in Brisbane and throughout Queensland. We are an informal group who typically meet at lunch times in Brisbane for a bite to eat and a chat. You do not have to be a member of TWIA to […]
The Canberra branch of TWIA welcomes technical communicators interested in forging new contacts in Canberra. We now hold joint meetings with the Canberra Society of Editors (http://www.editorscanberra.org/) on the last Wednesday of each month and have our own email list. Please email enquiries to email@example.com or phone Howard Silcock 0419 936 689.