17 Dec 2014The December 2014 Leaky Pen Newsletter is out!
11 Dec 2014Be proud and be bold!
11 Dec 2014This year’s engflick competition, an annual event hosted by Young Engineers Australia to showcase the influence of engineering on the community, was won by two chemical engineering students. Announced at the 2014 engflick Film Festival, part of Convention 2014, the stand-out short film Engineered...
11 Dec 2014Three young members of Engineers Australia have been named among the most employable students in the country in the inaugural GradConnection Top 100 awards for 2014. Tom Perfrement, a chemical engineering student at the University of NSW was one of five students who won the top accolade. He worked...
10 Dec 2014Graduates are struggling to find placements which are required to complete their professional undergraduate engineering degree. Professional practice exposure is important for students in learning to make real-world decisions. Can your company assist students to find placements in 2015? If so,...
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President's column - December 2014
Where we have come from and where we are going
What have I learned over the last 12 months? That our approach to media, community and government engagement with working and that consistency is now the key. I have learned that we need to continue to work to create an inclusive profession acknowledging the role and contribution of our Associate and Technologist members, our overseas qualified members and continue to push for greater participation of women in engineering. We have passionate members and groups in each of these areas and we need to continue to support the good work that they do.
Blake E. Harvey MIEAust CPEng
2014 Queensland President
29 Jan 2015The world is producing such enormous amounts of data per year today that people are getting familiar with terms such as “petabyte” (one million gigabytes) and “exabyte”. Board discussions now include big data and the internet of things, but few know how to extract value from the collected data...
15 Feb 2015"Transitioning to The Future – A Flexible, Agile industry Adapting to Meet Customer Expectations for the Provision of Energy."
19 Feb 2015This one day course will provide engineers who are in the early stages of their careers with a common-sense, top-down approach to risk management.
19 Feb 2015Proudly hosted by The National Committee of Applied Mechanics (NCAM), this interactive seminar features a panel of prominent industry and academic experts from the manufacturing, energy and infrastructure sectors who will disseminate practical case studies, innovative research and key challenges...
23 Feb 2015Safety in Oil & Gas 2015 will see senior HSE, process safety, operations and risk managers from Australia’s largest upstream, midstream and downstream companies meeting in Brisbane in February to learn about the latest innovations and best practice strategies that will help them improve their...
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