Mining companies in Indonesia are using immersive learning software developed in South Australia to train workers.
Increasing the numbers of women in engineering could be the solution to Australia's infrastructure boom skills shortage.
Fluke Calibration will be running several workshops and seminars in Brisbane and Melbourne on Fluke Calibration Software and MET/CAL and MET/TEAM Training.
Emerson is partnering with Ghent University (UGent) and University College Ghent (HOGENT) in Belgium to revamp, automate and modernise a pilot brewery.
In the coming decade, we will see a change in STEM careers and, consequently, the ways in which graduates will be prepared for them will need an overhaul.
A transformative experience encourages career in engineering for Indigenous students.
Functional safety certifying company exida has launched its first self-paced cyber course.
Rio Tinto says it will work with Australia's education and innovation sectors to help tackle a looming skills gap in the nation's future workforce.
Five future engineering leaders and problem-solvers have become the first to receive scholarships from the Andrew N. Liveris Academy for Innovation and Leadership.
MathWorks and Coursera have announced a joint effort to address the data science skills gap.
The Industry Safety Induction (ISI) training course that has been running in Queensland for the past three years has now been launched in WA and NT.
Underground mining contractor Byrnecut has set up a technical training centre in Perth involving the latest in immersive training technology.
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HYDAC offers practical courses on a variety of topics,including hydraulics, thermal optimisation, filtration, electronics, predictive maintenance and Industry 4.0.
Australia's manufacturing workers are crying out for specialised training to upskill, recognising their jobs are under threat, according to a new report.