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Early in the session people are normally optimistic about training. After all it's a break from the norm, and a chance to learn something new right!
They've tried to read all 20 of the bullet points on your first slide, and listen to what your saying. Thank goodness they grabbed a coffee before they arrived!
Now they're really struggling to keep up. You're only 10 slides into your presentation and they've forgotten that important point from slide 2. Ooops!
You've gone through all 78 slides in your 30 minute presentation. But they don't seem to be grasping the link between info on slide 2 and slide 50. Do they need more coffee?
What's cooking in ECB?
Trans Tasman Roaming
Making the Most of Faster
Ensure our telecommunications legislative framework keeps pace with technological change
UFB regulatory matters
Bringing fibre to 75 per cent of New Zealanders
PLAN FOR THE FUTURE OF THE INTERNET
Fibre isn't just in your bread!
What is it?
How fast is it?
Is it expensive?
Where can I get it?
When is it coming?
Connecting schools, hospitals and businesses
UFB Broadband Providers
COMMUNICATIONS AND IT POLICY PRESENTS...
A round the table update
Government buzz words
Summary of the FIVE POINT PLAN!!
Input from the team
Pictures of the Minister doing stuff
Outside the box
Removing impediments to uptake of the UFB
Non standard installs
Efficiency of traffic management
Clarify role of CFH
THE FUTURE OF THE INTERNET
Reliable, secure and resilient telecommunications networks and services