Speaking Services

Educational / Motivational

  • Shane has had great success in delivering quality and unique lectures to university students studying in a variety of disciplines
  • ACS Disability Equality lectures and workshops have the added bonus of being adapted to various target audiences and different durations
  • Consulting organisations and staff on relevant disability practices and providing an insight into what it is like to be a person with a disability accessing a service.  Shane is open to a variety of delivery methods (presentations, open discussions, being involved in working parties)

Please contact ACS for a lecture / workshop proposal that includes a run down of Shane’s speaking accomplishments.

 

My Motivational / Educational Experience to Date:

2011 —Council Librarian Staff,Disability Awareness Training

2011 —Council Librarian Staff,Disability Awareness Training

2010 —Griffith University,Pathways  – Overcoming Educational &Vocational Barriers

2010 –UniversityofQueensland,SchoolofSocial Work– Speech on overcoming societal barriers when a person has a disability

2009 –UniversityofQueensland,SchoolofSocial Work– Speech on overcoming societal barriers when a person has a disability

2007 –UniversityofQueensland,SchoolofSocial Work– Speech on overcoming societal barriers when a person has a disability

2005 —University ofQueensland,St. LuciaCampus,Student Centre Staff – Disability Equality Training:  Disability Friendly Practices &Respectful Communication Styles

2005 – Kyabra Community Inc,Disability Family Support Staff – Disability Equality Training: Disability Friendly Practices &Respectful Communication Styles

2005 –Universityof Queensland,Gatton Campus,Perspective university students with disabilities – Speech on Disability &Study:An Insider’s Perspective

2005 —University of Queensland,Ipswich Campus,Social Work &Social Policy and Associates Alumni Breakfast – Disability &Human Services:An Insider’s Perspective

2004 –Universityof Queensland,SchoolofSocial Work– Speech on overcoming societal barriers when a person has a disability

2000 – 2004 –BeenleighStateHigh Schoolon numerous occasions – Speech on strategies to combat Bullying and Teasing,goal setting and achieving dreams

2003 —Enjoyed being a key note speaker at one Rotary international Conference inBrisbane:  Giving a passionate speech about society embracing ‘Diversity’ in order value people with a disability.

2002 and 2003 –Enjoyed being a key note speaker at two Rotary District Conferences,one inAustraliaand one inFlorida,U.S.A

September 2001 – September 2003              Rotary International, Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholar – Succeeded in my public speaker role,presenting at over fifty Rotary International clubs both inAustraliaand theUnited States of America.