Since 1997 SmartNet has facilitated knowledge sharing, innovation and networking across sector boundaries through short live events supported by online resources. SmartNet is a division of Lyall Lukey Resources Ltd, established in 1987.


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Why are young people like they are?
What can we do so they can do better?
Making a positive difference to the life outcomes of individuals by understanding key developmental and environmental factors and identifying potential path changers in the journey from infancy to adulthood.


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Great line up of speakers for ELF16 @EdLeadersForum Tomorrow's Skills - 23 & 24 August, Akld…

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Education Leaders Forum - Tomorrow's Skills: Pathways to the Future 23 & 24 August, Auckland

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Seismics and the City: Shaping Canterbury's Future Now is underway in Christchurch. #seismics2016

An unwelcome reminder that, while the city’s regeneration is in progress, Ruamoko has only been fitfully asleep:…

Fantastic line up of contributors for Seismics and the City 2016 - 18 March… #seismics

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Seismics and the City 2016 - 18 March, Christchurch - registration open now!

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Energy Mad co-founder Tom Mackenzie launches Kickstarter campaign for 'Levicle' | The National Business Review…

Giving Change Leaders the Edge with Neuroscience -Anne Riches @SmartNet_NZ event, 25 Aug, Akld…

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ELF16 – Speakers being announced

Josh Williams CE, Industry Training Federation and Dr John Boereboom Director, Centre for Educational Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM) are confirmed ELF16 Speakers.