Good Education Media sponsors FUTUREgen16 Conference

The Good Education Media continues to fulfil its mission to be the ‘leading independent provider of high-quality resources that empower generations of students to achieve their goals’ by becoming a key partner and gold sponsor of the FUTUREgen16 Conference.

Taking place in Melbourne on 2 and 3 August 2016, the Good Education Media will provide invaluable insight to delegates from across the globe through an exhibit and concurrent workshop presentation, where it will showcase the work that the company is undertaking to provide independent career tools to the education and youth sectors.

‘We welcome the Good Education Media as a sponsor of the FUTUREgen16 Conference and value the expertise they bring to the sector to ensure that young people have the right tools and resources to navigate career and training pathway options that match their skills and interests’, said Daniela Ascone, Managing Director of Thinq Group, FUTUREgen16 host organisation.

One of the new initiatives that will be showcased by the Good Education Media is the new Good Careers Guide, which has replaced the federal government’s Job Guide — a much-loved career education resource that for many years supported students, parents and careers advisers alike.

Produced in collaboration with Australian career practitioners and including updated Job Guide occupational data, The Good Careers Guide provides an in-depth look at a range of occupations and the skills and qualifications required to pursue them. Suitable for a varied audience and available on print and digital platforms, The Good Careers Guide is tailored to meet the needs of those entering the modern-day education and careers climate.

‘A career is a lifelong journey, making resources that explore skills, interests and employment opportunities crucial’, said Chris Lester, Chief Executive Officer of Good Education Media. ‘We are excited to demonstrate our latest resources at FUTUREgen16 and keenly seek feedback from delegates to ensure our products best serve the sector’s needs.’

Another exciting joint initiative by Thinq Group and Good Education Media will be for Australian Careers Service (ACS) members — a free career practitioner membership run by the Good Education Media. Members will receive a two-day conference discount or special one-day delegate rate to attend FUTUREgen16. Please contact the conference secretariat via to find out more and quote ‘GEG’ in your enquiry.

Delegates can visit and hear from the Good Education Media team at the FUTUREgen16 Conference.  To find out more about the Conference, visit

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For all media enquiries, please contact:

Makayla Daglish
Head of Marketing | Good Education Media

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