Andrew See is available to work collaboratively with government bodies, corporations, trade union organisations and training providers, in designing and delivering training on all aspects of legal compliance and people management.

For the last several years he has worked alongside the Fiji Human Resources Institute  in providing employee relations training in conflict resolution, investigations skills and employee relations for managers.

 

Recent papers and presentations: 

 

 

 

Current workshops:

  • Employee Relations for Managers;
  • Conflict at Work; and
  • Investigation training. 

  

All workshops and training programs can be tailor made to meet specific budget and learning objectives. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details.

 

 

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Andrew See was the former Manager of Policy for the Division of Workplace Health and Safety.

He has has extensive experience working with employers in relation to the discharge of their duties under health and safety laws.

Andrew has been a member of the judging panel for the Safety Awards in the Queensland Major Building Contractors Association and has spoken at major industry forums on a wide range of workplace safety issues.

 

Key services available include:-

  • Corporate policy planning and implementation
  • Legal education and training (compliance, exposure, prosecution etc)
  • Mock hearings (rights and responsibilties; issues and competencies)
  • Representation before courts, tribunals; investigations and interviews
  • Defence strategy and liaison

 

SILK is a 3/4/5 piece R&B, Jazz and Soul influenced band with a wealth of experience due to their working in the music industry for many years and performing on many levels nationally and internationally. This multi-faceted & multi-talented ensemble consists of:

Gary Deleo ( Saxophone & Vocals) Gary has been touring America, Europe & Asia with Vanessa Amorosi for the past 6 years and is always in demand as a very experienced musician. Now based in Brisbane, Gary has been working with Champagne Jam, Tracey Lee (& Mark Divola), Roulf Commandeur and Simon Bower (Palazzo Versace ) .

Dave Dow (Vocals & Guitar)

Dave has been an ambassador for Australia on several occassions and has indigenous roots. He has been working extensively in China and has performed as the opening act for many of Australia's finest and other International Artists such as: Wendy Matthews, Coloured Stone, Yothu Yindi, James Morrison, Marina Pryor & Phil Emmanuel.
International acts include: Ministry of Sound (Eng.), Russell Crowe (U.S. & Aust.), Lucky Dube (R.S.A.), Lole (Samoa & N.Z.), & Ba Cissoko (West Africa).

Rene Luis Schiavi (Latin Percussionist & Vocals)

Luis has been performing with Vanessa Amorosi as her percussionist and backing vocalist and has been touring throughout America, Europe & Asia over the past 6 years also. Relocated to the area, he is sought after by many working bands in Brisbane and his versatility as a muscian and vocalist make him an asset to any Latin, R&B, Funk and Rock group in the National & International arena.

(Brisbane 1980)

The Little Alberts was a Brisbane Punk band originally formed together in 1980, by Andrew Spencer (Rhythm) , Jim Muir (Vocals) , Andrew Gunn (Bass) and Steve Bishop (Drums) and Allanah McFadzean (Keyboards).

After a brief period McFadzean dropped out and Andrew See was invited to trial out and play electric piano and he became the fifth member of the group. Mark Waller also came in and out of the group on several occasions.

As a 5 piece band, The Little Alberts put together a distinctive set, that included covers from The Stranglers (Hanging Around); The Undertones (Teenage Kicks) , The Cure (Fire in Cairo) , The Sex Pistols [Pretty Vacant and Submission] and The Buzzcocks (Orgasm Addict and Fiction Romance) .
Andrew Gunn and Andrew Spencer developed some original songs including the much loved tribute to Vic Morrow in Combat and People in the News.

The band played some memorable gigs including Caxton Street (Baroona) Hall, several Tripple Zed Joint Efforts at Qld Uni, the National Hotel, Coorparoo Aussie Rules Club, as well as various parties and functions.

The band members met at many venues to relax and observe other musicians of the time (The End, 31st, the Johnnies, to name a few). Clubs and drinking spots like the Silver Dollar, the 279 Club, the Majestic and Brisbane Hotels, Pipps and the Queens Hotel. were all popular venues.

After less than 18 months the band split, with Spencer joining with Mark Waller and Margaret McAllister to form a mod influenced band Neat Neat Neat.
and now.......................

Jim Muir is a Dermatologist working in Carina, Brisbane. He is Visiting Dermatologist Mater Hospital, South Brisbane and Dermatologist for 'Tele-Derm' , an on line dermatology consultation and educational service provided by The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine, The Queensland Divisions of General Practice and the Federal Department of Health; Jim is also Chairperson of the Brisbane Hospitals Dermatology Group.

Andrew Spencer is the Head of Malignant Haematology and Stem Cell Transplantation and also leads the Myeloma Research Group, at the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne.

Andrew Gunn is a general practitioner / family physician who, among other things, works at Inala Primary Care, Brisbane Youth Service and the University of Queensland Health Service, edits New Doctor and gplink, and is National and Queensland Treasurer of the Doctors Reform Society.

Steve Bishop commenced practising dentistry and later found passion as a stilt walker, comedian, ventriloquist, magician, mime artist, escapologist, movie stunt double, juggler, drummer, didgeridoo player and master of the music saw (Courier Mail October 14 2006). He has travelled and trained with the Cirque du Soleil.

Allanah McFadzean is presently working as the Venue Manager of the Old Queensland Museum and currently manages Brisbane Band, Bang Bang Boss Kelly.
Andrew See is now a Brisbane based lawyer.
Andrew attributes much of his understanding of the need to help those in the community, arising from the strong values and actions of the Marist Brothers while at Ashgrove, particularly in their sponsorship of the SVDP Margaret Street City Homeless Mens Hostel and their work in assisting the local elderly through lawnmowing and visitations. He was also inspired by the various Christian Brothers that supported him while studying at tertiary level and working at Nudgee College.

Prior to coming to the bar, Andrew founded the Lutwyche Employment Centre, a volunteer based employment advisory and referral service, for unemployed workers in Lutwyche and the surrounding areas.

Andrew is happy to consider written requests for pro-bono assistance.