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Aviation Cultures Mk VI is about to go LIVE & the 1st Portion is FREE

11 July 2022
This is an on-line conference from Australia full of interesting and presentations by knowledgable speakers–attendance runs the gamut from academics to enthusiasts. Comments and questions occur at at the end of each segment via on-line chat. The registration cost for the entire Aviation Cultures Mk VI is minimal but the first part is open and FREE TO ANYONE AND EVERYONE.

Setting Course: Navigating your way in Aviation Cultures Are you wondering where to go next with your aviation cultures journey? If so, our FREE, open event “Setting Course: Navigating your way in Aviation Cultures” is for you! This event is open to all, regardless of whether you have a ticket to Aviation Cultures Mk VI or not. It will be held online in the Setting Course session room at 09:45 AEST (UTC+10) on Friday, 15 July 2022. 

Access is free–come and join us.In the session we’ll ask “What ARE aviation cultures anyway, and how do I make the most of my knowledge and skills?” The session will feature short addresses about their own journeys from some esteemed presenters including your host Captain Tash Heap, Professor Alan Allport, Dr Peter Hobbins, the former RAAF Roulette pilot and now entrepreneur Steve Baker, and Kathy Mexted, author of ‘Australian Women Pilots: Amazing true stories of women in the air’.

There will also be time for questions and discussion in an informal ‘chat’ setting. This is a real opportunity to meet and talk with real experts and the other attendees, to get some advice and ideas about where you want to go in aviation cultures, and how to get there.We hope to see you there!

The Aviation Cultures crew
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