ITEE Victoria

The Victoria branch of the ITEE College.

About ITEE Victoria

The Information, Telecommunications, and Electronics Engineering (ITEE) College encompasses disciplines which are integral to complex engineering products and systems including communications, manufacturing, information transfer and infrastructure.

The ITEE aims to support and promote the work of engineers in the areas of Communications; Computer Systems; Electronics; Information and Software Engineering. This is achieved by:

  • Setting standards of practice and providing mechanisms to enable their attainment.
  • Facilitating interaction with our peers and a diverse range of professionals with whom the ITEE Engineering team share common goals, including the Australian Computer Society.
  • Providing analysis and assessment of ITEE-related infrastructure and publication of industry scorecards.
  • Providing a forum for the exchange of relevant information on developments and issues.
  • Ensure the provision of relevant Continuing Professional Development.

Committee

Chair Mr Philip McGill
Immediate Past Chair Mr Ed Custeau
Deputy Chair Mr Craig Robert Watkins
Treasurer Mr John Ambrose
ITEE College Rep Mr Matthew Scott
Committee Mr George Aleksov
  Mr Cam Selkrig
  Mr Glen Gould
  Mr Graeme Madigan
  Mr Horace King
  Ms Ruth Lewis
  Mr John Ambrose
  Mr Kelvin Wong
  Mr Mike Dalakis
  Mr George Thomas
  Mr Colin Wong
  Mr Sam Pitruzzello
  Mr Craig Robert Watkins
  Mr Matthew Scott
  Mr Lawrence McKenna
  Mr. Ryan Messina
  Mr Ed Custeau
  Mr Philip McGill
  Mr Frank Novacco

Contact us

The ITEE committee can be contacted by email at: iteevic@engineersaustralia.org.au.

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