Qatar’s Ministry of Municipality and Environment has officially recognised the status of Engineers Australia’s Chartered members, exempting them from assessment requirements to become registered as a professional engineer locally.
The first workshop on how to become an EA member and getting Chartered in Qatar was a success, with over 30 members attending from all engineering backgrounds, following the announcement of the Ministry of Municipality and Environment exemption for examination in Qatar.
Engineers Australia’s Qatar Chapter celebrated its first anniversary on 5th October with guests of honour, H.E. Axel Wabenhorst (inaugural Australian Ambassador to Qatar) and Ben Leaver (Executive General Manager Commercial Services, Engineers Australia).
Committees of Risk Engineering Society (RES) and Railway Technical Society of Australasia (RTSA) are proudly present this special joint event to their members and all other practitioners with interest in the subject of metro network electrification and associated safety and assurance requirements.
An opportunity to indulge in one of the finest breakfasts in Sydney while listening to our esteemed speakers who will share insights on how they navigated their careers in the industry. Presentations will be followed by a Q&A session for you to obtain valuable advice in navigating your career.
Sydney Metro Northwest is delivering eight new railway stations and 4000 commuter car parking spaces to Sydney’s growing North West. Trains will run every four minutes in the peak, that's 15 trains an hour. Customers won’t need a timetable, they will just turn up and go.