New online training course focuses on understanding your legal obligations under a contract.
SPONSORED CONTENT: ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (ExxonMobil) today announced the appointment of automotive retail specialist, MotorActive as a new authorised distributor for Mobil lubricants in Australia. With this new appointment, ExxonMobil plans to strengthen its presence and build inroads into the retail and e-commerce segment for Mobil lubricants including Mobil 1TM, the world’s leading synthetic engine oil brand.
A drilling crew working on a Water Corporation project in Quindalup near Dunsborough recently made an unexpected find when they came across a giant whale bone that could be thousands of years old.
An all-electric delivery van, assembled entirely by a local team of engineers and technicians has officially been launched in Australia.
Australian engineers are working on "highly autonomous robotics systems" that can interact with humans in challenging indoor and outdoor environments, including subterranean.
Engineers Australia Queensland today celebrates the life of Hall of Fame inductee, dedicated volunteer and member Stuart Gerald Lister OAM HonFIEAust, who passed away Saturday 6 April aged 89.
Join us in the celebrations as Engineers Australia turns 100! An update on how we are celebrating in Tasmania and opportunities for members to get involved.
Engineers Australia is supporting Victoria's engineering students and graduates through a range of events and initiatives, encouraging young engineers to create new beliefs, connections and possibilities.
Engineers Australia would like to provide members with an update on legislation to introduce compulsory registration of engineers which is current before the Victorian Parliament.
Engineers Australia Tasmania is working hard to strengthen the pipeline of future engineering talent, recognising the importance of encouraging student participation in STEM subjects from an early age.
From volunteer member to General Manager of Engineers Australia’s Tasmanian activities, David Pointing introduces himself and outlines key elements of his new role.
Two Engineers Australia members from Victoria were recently recognised in the 2019 Australia Day Honours, celebrating their contributions to Australian society.
Engineers Australia volunteers have recently promoted the engineering profession to students at a range of events throughout Melbourne including the Avalon Airshow, Grand Prix and the F1 in Schools challenge.
Museums Victoria is currently seeking expressions of interest for volunteers to join the Great Melbourne Telescope restoration project.
The bonds between young and established engineers across the Northern Territory will be bolstered in 2019 following the launch of a new initiative: Coffee Club Mentoring.
Taking command and elevating your career isn’t a secret formula but sometimes it can be difficult to navigate your way through the sea of information, responsibilities and constant knowledge downloads of everyday life. Northern Territory's In Command of Your Career is a four-part series aimed at highlighting and developing significant aspects of your career.
The first week of March was arguably EA's largest from a diversity and gender equality in engineering perspective. In the NT, a number of initiatives have been established that are helping inspire the next generation of female engineers, while consolidating the current.
The first week of March 2019 was arguably Engineers Australia’s largest from a diversity and gender equality in engineering perspective. We take a look at what the Queensland Women's Week run sheet entailed.
Engagement is the word following a promising start to the calendar year from Queensland’s Regional Groups and their early consolidation and preparation in 2019.
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