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Two Honeywell products receive EDSA certification

03 September, 2012

Two Honeywell Process Solutions products have been awarded EDSA certification by the ISA Security Compliance Institute.


A winning formula for UTS engineering students

22 August, 2012 by Greg Ferrar

Formula SAE is a design competition that is organised for university students by the Society of Automotive Engineers. The competition sees teams of engineering students from universities all over the world design, build, test and drive a Formula-style race car. It is a true test of a broad spectrum of engineering creativity and expertise.


Robogals and Schneider Electric find novel approach to engineering shortage

24 July, 2012

Schneider Electric has partnered with Robogals to hold a hands-on session to encourage school children to consider careers in engineering.


Engineers Australia urges action on engineering shortages in WA

18 July, 2012

Engineers Australia (EA) has reissued its call for a state engineering capability strategic plan to address engineering shortages in Western Australia.


RMIT to deliver training for Xstrata

02 July, 2012

RMIT University School of Engineering TAFE has been awarded a 17-month contract to deliver instrumentation training for Xstrata.


Technology, talent and sustainability

15 June, 2012 by Greg Ferrar*

The word sustainability has become a passionate collective term for all the research, dreams, ideals, actions and even legislation to protect, nourish and plan for our environment and our resources. But do we have the same awareness of how people skills fit in this quest for sustainability?


Female engineering graduates start to redress the gender imbalance

21 May, 2012

The gender imbalance looks like it might be levelling out in an unexpected profession: the traditionally male-dominated field of engineering. The University of Sydney’s Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies has experienced a steady increase in the number of female students enrolling and graduating over the last decade.


Engineering skills shortage needs urgent attention, Engineers Australia tells inquiry

27 March, 2012

Our engineering skills shortage needs urgent attention, Engineers Australia told the Senate Inquiry into the Shortage of Engineering and Related Employment Skills.


DriveAcademy 2012 calendar

01 March, 2012

SEW-Eurodrive has released an updated 2012 calendar for its DriveAcademy, a nationwide motor and drive technology training program.


GE opens $100m LNG support/learning centre in Perth

07 December, 2011

GE has opened a technology and learning complex in Perth for the oil and gas industry.


RSTechED 2011 Sydney offers a forum for education, inspiration and discussion

05 December, 2011

The recently held RSTechED 2011 presented by Rockwell Automation in Sydney, brought together OEMs, system integrators and industry partners in a forum for education, inspiration and discussion.


Free learning tools for energy-efficiency skills

17 October, 2011

Schneider Electric is offering Energy University, a free, vendor-neutral, e-learning online study program to learn about the latest energy efficient solutions and energy management practices.


Swinburne team wins 2011 NI Autonomous Robotics Competition

10 October, 2011

Team SUAVE from Swinburne University of Technology in Victoria has won first prize in the inaugural National Instruments Autonomous Robotics Competition.


Training quality and return on investment

28 September, 2011 by Bruce Kendall*

What drives your organisation’s training decisions? Is it the desire to deliver genuine outcomes such as increased skills and underpinning knowledge to realise performance advantages - or merely to furnish staff with a qualification?


We all need a good mentor

01 September, 2011 by Steve Mackay*

Steve Mackay of IDC Technologies reflects on what it means to have, and to be, a good mentor.


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