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Siemens wins training award for Industry 4.0 apprenticeships

19 November, 2018

Award given in recognition of the first-of-its-kind digital apprenticeship, launched by Siemens in collaboration with Swinburne University of Technology.


The challenges of hiring an apprentice instrument technician

09 October, 2018 by Tom Kuiper, National Sales Manager, AMS Instrumentation & Calibration

The decline in apprentice training and the uncommon nature of instrument technician knowledge create difficulties in finding suitable apprentices.


Swinburne creates supply chain course in partnership with CEVA

30 August, 2018

Swinburne University has partnered with CEVA to co-create and co-deliver its Master of Supply Chain Innovation course in an Australian-first collaboration.


Deepak Phenolics uses Honeywell OTS technology to train operators

13 July, 2018

Operator training simulation based on Honeywell UOP's cumene process technology enables safer and more efficient production.


IPWEA calls for national cadet engineering program

19 June, 2018

The IPWEA says that governments across all levels must act now to immediately incentivise investment in new skilled and qualified engineers for the future.


Siemens and Bentley Systems form Process Industries Academy

14 June, 2018

Academy to support development and sharing of best-practice approaches for project delivery and asset operations.


New $7.3m rail training centre to address industry challenges

23 May, 2018

ITTC Rail aims to train the next generation of rail engineers with the necessary skills to maintain and upgrade Australia's rail network.


ABB to invest €100 million in innovation and training campus

09 April, 2018

One year after announcing its acquisition of B&R, ABB is to invest €100 million to build an innovation and training campus at the home of B&R in Austria.


Honeywell introduces AR/VR training simulator

15 February, 2018

Honeywell is offering a cloud-based, mixed-reality simulation to help improve skills retention by 100%, reduce training time by 150%.


Factory of the future opens at Tonsley SA

09 February, 2018

World-class advanced manufacturing training drives Industry 4.0 innovation


Top engineering and technology trends for 2018: you need to STEEM forward vigorously

08 February, 2018 by Steve Mackay PhD, Dean, Engineering Institute of Technology

We need to encourage everyone from the time they enter school to think as entrepreneurs, with a strong focus on creativity and business outcomes.


Gamification speeds process operator learning

03 November, 2017

Finnish company Neste Jacobs has launched a new game called NAPCON Games Distiller for operator training in the process industry, which is said to improve training outcomes and speed up the learning process.


MOM Institute training early-bird discount expires soon

13 October, 2017

An MES/MOM Methodologies Certificate of Competency training event is to be held in Melbourne in November.


Engineering is Elementary program to promote STEM in Australian schools

31 August, 2017

A decade-long partnership between Questacon and Raytheon focuses on providing education opportunities to Australia's next generation of engineers.


Industry PhD to accelerate business and research working together

18 August, 2017

CSIRO is developing a new PhD program, together with the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and industry partners, to create a new breed of innovators and accelerate business and research working together.


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