Are you a consultant, environmental planner, or government employee whose work could benefit from using the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA)? Join us for a tailor-made workshop led by two ALA experts who are passionate about supporting professionals like you.
This workshop is your gateway to streamlining workflows and harnessing the power of ALA effectively. Explore conservation and sensitive species data presentation, unravel taxonomy and species naming structures, and sharpen your skills in data quality assessment and filtering techniques. Don't miss this opportunity to supercharge your capabilities with ALA and elevate your professional journey to new heights.
Meet the speakers
Cameron Slatyer | Project Manager, National Biodiversity Data Initiatives.
Experienced Branch Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the museums and government sectors. Extensive experience in leading teams through change, policy development, liaison, negotiating difficult outcomes and developing innovative solutions to issues by harnessing different sectors in collaborative partnerships.
Juliet Seers | Training and Outreach Coordinator
Juliet is a seasoned environmental and sustainability communicator and educator with over 7 years of experience dedicated to fostering connections between the scientific community, and the general public.
Throughout my career, I've been driven by the belief that data-driven decisions are key to making a positive impact on our ecosystems. As the facilitator of this workshop, I'm excited to share my insights and practical tips with you. My aim is for this to be a fairly interactive workshop so I will be encouraging active participation and emphasising real-world applications. Beyond my professional life, I have a huge love for the outdoors and am an avid hiker, and camper with a particular love for Australia's Mallee region.
This event will run off Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) and will be recorded for those unable to make the live event.
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