Register for a webinar
You can learn more about your super at one of our seminars - or from the comfort of your own office or home through an online webinar. All you need is a computer or device and internet connection.
It's a convenient way to learn and you'll even have the opportunity to ask questions.
Whether you’re starting out, wanting to grow your super, or even preparing for your retirement - we have a range of webinars designed to help you. Find out more about our webinar topics.
|Property investment in super||28 November 2017||4pm - 4.30pm||Register|
|How much do I need for retirement?||4 December 2017||3pm - 3.30pm||Register|
|Salary sacrificing in super||7 December 2017||12pm - 12.30pm||Register|
|Leaving the public sector||11 December 2017||12pm - 12.30pm||Register|
|West State Super, why is it so different?||12 December 2017||3pm - 3.30pm||Register|
|Getting started with GESB Super||28 February 2018||4pm - 4.30pm||Register|
How to participate in a webinar
A webinar is a seminar transmitted in real time over the internet. When you join the webinar, you’ll be able to watch and listen to the presentation through the internet using a secure online facility.
You can use your speakers or headphones and a microphone to interact by asking questions, or simply watch and listen. Your personal information remains private at all times.
Use your computer, mobile or tablet
You can now attend a webinar from your Apple or Android device1.
While using your device, choose the relevant link below to install the GoToMeeting app.
Read our webinar help guide
We’ve put together a webinar help guide to give you answers to the most commonly asked questions.
1 Please be aware of the data charges associated with your device and plan. We recommend you use a WiFi connection when you participate in a webinar.
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GoToMeeting is a third-party application and is not supported or supplied by us. As such we are not responsible for any issues you may encounter while using this application and the application is to be used at your own risk.
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