The Victorian Music Development Office (VMDO) have teamed up with CLOCK to offer two ambitious music industry professionals the chance to attend Music Cities Convention Chengdu, China, followed by a CLOCK bootcamp where they will have the opportunity to validate their skills and experience with formal qualification credits.

As part of a significant pilot program for Victorian music businesses, VMDO have secured two places in the CLOCK bootcamp and will provide flights and accommodation to Chengdu, China, as well as tickets to attend the Music Cities Convention before the bootcamp commences. 

To apply for the VMDO’s Chengdu CLOCK program, entrants must complete this application form before Wednesday March 27 and be prepared to travel to China on April 9, returning April 17. Flights, accommodation, CLOCK fees and Music Cities Convention tickets will be covered as part of this program (participants must cover all other expenses).

For more information about the Music Cities Convention and CLOCK program, head to vmdo.com.au/clock

ENTRIES CLOSE WEDNESDAY 27TH MARCH 2019

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* 1. Please enter your contact information

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* 2. Do you identify as First Peoples (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander)?

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* 3. What is your highest completed Qualification?

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* 4. When did you complete this Qualification (month / year):

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* 5. Are you presently enrolled in any studies?

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* 6. If Yes, what course are you enrolled in?

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* 7. Have you considered any additional education throughout your career? Particularly Level 8 - 10?

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* 8. Please include a brief business and career biography. Include key achievements within your career broadly, as well as achievements within your current role (max 500 words)

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* 9. Does your business have an international focus? (max 500 words)

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* 10. Are you interested in potentially doing business in China? (max 500 words)

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* 11. Why do you want to undertake this program? (max 500 words)

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