This October, I’m speaking at the Technical Communicators Association of NZ (TCANZ) biennial conference.
The conference theme of new directions in technical communication will, hopefully, be boosted by my 60-minute contribution looking at professional pathways and careers for technical communicators in New Zealand.
If that all sounds a bit dry, don’t worry, my session is hopefully going to be more rock and roll meets user manuals than didactic lecture! Do come along — you’ll have fun and learn stuff.
The two-day, Auckland conference features some world-class speakers from the United States and Australia (Saul Carliner, Anne Gentle, Neil James) and a great bunch of very clued-up Kiwi presenters. Registrations open on 1 July.
I’d encourage all technical communicators to attend. The last TCANZ conference in 2010 was very well run and totally relevant. You can expect more of the same this year.