To commemorate this milestone, the National Executive of the SFS is hosting a Seminar at Engineers Australia’s Melbourne office followed by a Celebration Dinner.
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Annual Full Day Seminar: Coastal Entrances
The seminar is open to anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the underlying physical processes or strategies for improved management of coastal entrances from local ICOLLS and estuaries to major ports.
*Webinar option available* Come and join the Electrical Branch when they discuss he fundamentals of the Functional Safety lifecycle appeared in the 1990’s and were adopted into the Australian Standards environment in the early 2000’s.
Join the Overseas Qualified Engineers Group for a presentation on local industry expectations and requirements. We will discuss what Australian employers are looking for, covering items such as engineering standards, work practices, software, workplace culture and the all-important soft skills. The session is aimed at increasing the likelihood of employment for Overseas Qualified Engineers.
Gain a practical understanding of the key principles of project management through a two-day introductory training course.
One-day training course on the latest edition of the mandatory Australian Standard for electrical installations.
On Tuesday 20th August 2019 the Retired Engineers Group is hosting a visit to Mundaring Weir, Mundaring ‘A’ Electric Pump Station and No. 1 Steam Pump Station Museum.
Spanning fundamental discovery science to real time application on live water networks.
A discussion on electrical protection systems in Longwall mining operations
Engineers Australia welcomes Local Jobs First Commissioner, Don Matthews and a panel of experts to join us for an interactive discussion regarding recent changes to the Local Jobs First Policy. This is an opportunity to engage in a conversation on an issue of importance to the engineering profession, major government projects and the local industry.
Sunshine Coast Council has prepared flooding and storm water management guidelines and supporting technical documents to assist a future planning scheme amendment.
*Webinar Available* This presentation will address the current changes in law to the security of payment legislation in NSW as the result of recent changes to the legislation, and timing associated with its implementation.
An examination into the challenges of Australian and Global carbon emissions
Panel discussion with Adrian Piani, Gabriele Bammer and Meghan Oldfield. Increasingly engineers need to be able to work in cross-disciplinary teams to solve problems and pursue opportunities. In this event, you will hear from three speakers who have significant experience in this area.
Autonomous vehicles are no longer science fiction. Traditional auto companies and new competitors like Uber and Google are preparing for a new generation of driverless vehicles and new ownership models. How do we define autonomous capability and what are the technological steps required to go from driver assistance to driverless?
Engineers Australia’s Horizons series is hosted by the College of Leadership and Management and features in-depth interviews from well-known and respected leaders from across industry. Past guests have included the Hon. Dr Ken Michael AC, past Governor of WA, Kellie Parker, Managing Director, Planning, Integration & Assets, Rio Tinto Iron Ore and John Flecker, CEO Multiplex Australasia.
Learn to use the right techniques and tools for Risk Management and Safety by Design assessments
The International Society for Micropiles invites you to the 14th International Workshop for Micropiles taking place at the Sofitel Broadbeach, GoldCoast on the 21 - 23 August 2019.
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