Audrey Lim

Public Sector and Education Specialist Intel Technology Asia

Audrey is a business and technology savvy leader with a keen interest on leveraging technology to make an impact on our life’s through her customer’s digital transformation journey. With 30 years in the Telecommunications & Information Technology Industry (IOT, AI, Cloud, DC, UC, CC); her experience includes defining and executing go to market strategies for new leading edge technology solutions to helping business & enterprises achieve growth by leveraging technology.

She looks forward to collaborating with key policy makers and educators in bridging the Industry Skills gap – redefining how technology’s role in education can empower students & teachers in innovation to prepare students for the jobs of future.


Leadership Summit Agenda Sessions

Prepare Students for the Workforce of the Future

Learn how Intel® Skills for Innovation (Intel® SFI) can help bridge this skills gap to better prepare the next generation of workers.

In collaboration with Intel

Wednesday 12 October 14:45 - 15:15 K12 Stream

General

Add to calendar 10/12/2022 14:45 10/12/2022 15:15 Prepare Students for the Workforce of the Future

Learn how Intel® Skills for Innovation (Intel® SFI) can help bridge this skills gap to better prepare the next generation of workers.

In collaboration with Intel

K12 Stream Asia/Shanghai

Creating Successful Graduates: The importance of STEAM in Higher Education

Join Intel to explore how Higher Education can foster the creative skills, along with the technical know-how, needed to prepare students for the workforce of the future. 

In collaboration with Intel

Tuesday 11 October 16:00 - 16:30 HE Stream

General

Add to calendar 10/11/2022 16:00 10/11/2022 16:30 Creating Successful Graduates: The importance of STEAM in Higher Education

Join Intel to explore how Higher Education can foster the creative skills, along with the technical know-how, needed to prepare students for the workforce of the future. 

In collaboration with Intel

HE Stream Asia/Shanghai

Bett Asia 2022 VIP Programme Sessions

Creating Successful Graduates: The importance of STEAM in Higher Education

As the digital economy continues to evolve, business and government leaders are relying on education systems to produce graduates that can thrive in the workplace of the future, with technical AI knowledge being some of the most sought-after skills of all. However, as demand for greater digital literacy and technical skills among graduates grows, businesses are struggling to meet their needs. In Southeast Asia alone, nearly 70 percent of tech hiring managers say it takes more than three months to fill an open tech position, with only a small number of applicants possessing the necessary skills to secure a job offer.

In collaboration with Intel

Tuesday 11 October 16:00 - 16:30 HE Stream

General

Add to calendar 10/11/2022 16:00 10/11/2022 16:30 Creating Successful Graduates: The importance of STEAM in Higher Education

As the digital economy continues to evolve, business and government leaders are relying on education systems to produce graduates that can thrive in the workplace of the future, with technical AI knowledge being some of the most sought-after skills of all. However, as demand for greater digital literacy and technical skills among graduates grows, businesses are struggling to meet their needs. In Southeast Asia alone, nearly 70 percent of tech hiring managers say it takes more than three months to fill an open tech position, with only a small number of applicants possessing the necessary skills to secure a job offer.

In collaboration with Intel

HE Stream Asia/Shanghai

Prepare Students for the Workforce of the Future

Asia is recognized globally as a technological force, yet many digital jobs in the region go unfilled because too few workers have the necessary data and tech skills. And the pressure to fill jobs will only continue to grow: In 2021, LinkedIn reported that the top three fastest growing job categories in Southeast Asia were digital content, data analyst, and software technology. In this session, you’ll learn how Intel® Skills for Innovation (Intel® SFI) can help bridge this skills gap to better prepare the next generation of workers. Intel SFI resources support educators in Asia in helping their students develop the mindsets and skillsets needed to thrive in our technology-driven world. You’ll see examples demonstrating how students learn through the use of technology, applying technical skills to real-world scenarios in engaging activities that integrate with existing curriculum.

In collaboration with Intel

Wednesday 12 October 14:45 - 15:15 K12 Stream

General

Add to calendar 10/12/2022 14:45 10/12/2022 15:15 Prepare Students for the Workforce of the Future

Asia is recognized globally as a technological force, yet many digital jobs in the region go unfilled because too few workers have the necessary data and tech skills. And the pressure to fill jobs will only continue to grow: In 2021, LinkedIn reported that the top three fastest growing job categories in Southeast Asia were digital content, data analyst, and software technology. In this session, you’ll learn how Intel® Skills for Innovation (Intel® SFI) can help bridge this skills gap to better prepare the next generation of workers. Intel SFI resources support educators in Asia in helping their students develop the mindsets and skillsets needed to thrive in our technology-driven world. You’ll see examples demonstrating how students learn through the use of technology, applying technical skills to real-world scenarios in engaging activities that integrate with existing curriculum.

In collaboration with Intel

K12 Stream Asia/Shanghai

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