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Guest lecturing


ECU values the industry experience that our alumni can bring through guest lecturing. If you would like to volunteer to guest lecture, please look at the opportunities below and see if any fit with your area of expertise. If you see something suitable please contact the Alumni Relations team.


Promotional Marketing

We welcome any contributors that have practical experience in advertising, promoting products/services, sponsorship or engaging with media. If you have a background or flair for promotional marketing techniques and would love to pass on your knowledge to a team of enthusiastic students, this would be much appreciated.

Dates and location

  • Any Monday from 26 February to 28 May, 6:30pm-7:30pm, Mount Lawley Campus

International and Comparative Human Resource Management (Undergraduate level)

This unit is seeking guest lecturers with an international human resource management background and experience in this field, for example, those who have been involved in implementing global staffing, training and performance or reward and compensation for the company in an international context. If you are interested in and willing to share your expertise and experience with students, your lectures would be much appreciated.

Dates and location

  • Friday 27 April 2018, 2.00 – 3.00 pm, Joondalup Campus
  • Friday 4 May 2018, 2.00 – 3.00 pm, Joondalup Campus
  • Friday 11 May2018, 2.00 – 3.00 pm, Joondalup Campus

New Product Development (Postgraduate level)

We are seeking guest lecturers with an entrepreneurial background and experience in this field, for example those who have been involved in developing a new product or service, or a start-up owner.

Dates and location

  • Any Wednesday from 14 March to 11 April 2018, 6:30pm - 7:30pm, Mount Lawley Campus.

New Product Development (Undergraduate level)

We are seeking guest lecturers with an entrepreneurial background and experience in this field, for example those who have been involved in developing a new product or service, or a start-up owner.

Dates and location

  • Any Thursday from 15 March to 12 April 2018, 12:30pm -1:30pm, Joondalup Campus.

Leadership (Undergraduate level)

This unit requires a guest lecturer to provide an industry perspective on leadership related topics such as contemporary challenges facing modern business leaders; diversity, leading in the digital age, or leadership skills for professional development.

Dates and location

  • Friday 1 June 2018, 8.30am - 9.30am, Joondalup Campus

Starting up a Project (Undergraduate level)

This is the first unit in which project management undergraduate students begin looking in detail at choosing the right project, and then covering the basic steps necessary to get it off the ground. Some students will have been exposed to projects at work, but many have not.

They are a very keen and enthusiastic group, and would love to hear from project managers who can relate their own experiences to the students, or anyone who has worked with projects over the past few years and who can tell the students how they got into the role, and where they see their own career path going.

Dates and location

  • Monday 23 April or 30 April or 7 May, 8.30am, Joondalup Campus
  • Tuesday 2 October, 9 October or 16 October, 12.30pm, Joondalup Campus

There is an option to present this via video conferencing using web-based software rather than coming into the campus, so the presenter could be anywhere in Australia.


Managing Project Scope and Stakeholders (Postgraduate level)

This is the first unit in which project management post-graduate students begin looking in detail at choosing the right project, and then looking in some detail at important issues such as scope, stakeholders, communications and governance. Many students are international, and most have not been exposed to projects before.

They are a very enthusiastic group, and would love to hear from project managers who can relate their own experiences to the students, or anyone who has worked with projects over the past few years and who can tell the students how they got into the role, and where they see their own career path going.

Dates and location

  • Monday 23 April or 30 April or 7 May, 11.30am, Joondalup Campus
  • Monday 23 April or 30 April or 7 May, 6.30pm, Joondalup Campus.
  • Wednesday 3 October, 10 October or 17 October, 6.30pm, Joondalup Campus

There is an option to present this via video conferencing using web-based software rather than coming into the campus, so the presenter could be anywhere in Australia.


Applied Project Management (Undergraduate level)

This is one of the final units that project management undergraduate students take. They attempt to manage a desk based case study which has many twists and turns, and they have to put all of their previous learning to good use in solving the case study, and writing all the project documents.

We try and replicate the workplace pressures of Board Meetings, grumpy clients and frequent changes of scope and time. We would love to have some of the students reassured that the pressures they are under when dealing with the case study are representative of the real workplace, and so anyone who has managed or supervised practical projects would be most welcome as a guest speaker.

Dates and location

  • Thursday 12.30pm (Any Thursday 5 March until 11 May – excluding mid-semester break 19 April), Joondalup Campus
  • Friday 12.30pm (Any Friday 17 August until 5 Oct – excluding mid-semester break 28 September), Joondalup Campus

There is an option to present this via video conferencing using web-based software rather than coming into the campus, so the presenter could be anywhere in Australia.

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