Electrical College Queensland

The Queensland branch of the Electrical College.

About the Electrical College in Queensland

The main activities conducted by the Queensland Electrical Branch include:

  • Maintaining current knowledge on developments in engineering competencies and emerging engineering disciplines.
  • Co-operating and collaborating with relevant technical societies, Learned Societies Advisory Committee (LSAC) and other constituent bodies of Engineers Australia.
  • Arranging technical conferences, symposia and meetings, as well as the preparation of learned and other publications to provide members with CPD opportunities.

The Queensland Electrical Branch arranges and provides:

  • policy proposals and comments to government and industry
  • awards and prizes to encourage excellence
  • sponsorship activities that promote engineering as an interesting and rewarding career
  • research and development input
  • recognition of the outstanding achievements of members.

Committee

Chairman

  • Mark Lendich

Committee members

  • Tapan Saha
  • Brian O'Neill
  • Bryan Cheetham
  • Keith Callaghan
  • David Turner
  • Simon Ellis
  • Neil Andersen
  • Martin Hoelscher
  • Tony White
  • Sophie Sarabi
  • Mark Spinks
  • Gareth Seed
  • Salim Siddiqu

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