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Generative AI for EAs, PAs and administrative staff 2024083F

Aug 27, 2024 - Dec 31, 2024

$920 Enrol

Full course description

Date and time

Tuesday 27 August 2024, 9.30 am to 3.30 pm

Delivery mode

In person at ISV, 40 Rosslyn St, West Melbourne


Executive Assistant, Personal Assistant, Administrative Staff


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Learn how to use Generative AI to increase your efficiency as an executive/personal assistant or administrative staff. Implement GenAI in ways that are safe, ethical, and responsible to automate and streamline some of your day-to-day work, freeing up time for other tasks.

This day is organised around a variety of tasks, including how to use Generative AI to automate or augment existing work such as record keeping, meeting administration, and the creation and updating of resources and documents (including working with sensitive information).

Key takeaways               

  • strategies to harness Generative AI to automate and augment tasks like record-keeping, meeting administration, and document management, improving productivity and accuracy
  • greater understanding of the principles of safe, ethical, and responsible use of GenAI, particularly in handling sensitive information and documents, maintaining confidentiality and compliance
  • strategies to embrace GenAI as a tool for innovation in administrative tasks, using it to create and update resources efficiently while ensuring data integrity and security.

Presenter information

Leon Furze        

Leon Furze is a PhD student, experienced educator, consultant and educational writer. He is author of ‘Practical Reading Strategies’ and 'Practical Writing Strategies', and a VCE assessor. Leon provides professional learning and strategic planning for curriculum, literacy, and digital technologies.

Leon has taught English, Literature and Digital Technologies in Australia and the UK for over fifteen years, and was formerly Director of Learning and Teaching at Monivae College Hamilton. In 2016 he completed his Master of Education at the University of Melbourne, focusing on how Professional Learning can mitigate the risk of burnout in teachers.

His PhD is focused on Artificial Intelligence in education, and particularly the impact large language models like GPT will have on writing.