Come along and listen as a panel of 3 engineers share their career stories, with a focus on how engineering solutions require not only technical knowledge and experience, but also creative insights.
Engineers gather knowledge and experience in a variety of theoretical knowledge and technical skills throughout their career, but the application of that knowledge and skills differs from one engineer to another.
Young Engineers Australia Illawarra and Cardno South Coast would like to invite you to take part in our Leadership Networking event on 5:30pm Friday 11 October 2019.
The purpose of the event is to provide networking opportunities for the young engineers, senior engineers as well as undergraduates in the Illawarra. Give them an experience, some career guidance and interesting stories from senior engineers and directors.
Do you like to hear about interesting engineering projects and the challenges and learning outcomes from these projects?
Do you like to catch up with other engineers in a more relaxed environment (than the office,site or lecture theatre) to share stories of projects you have worked on?
Join us, in the pub, to hear about engineering projects from the perspective of expert speakers, and to re-connect with your peers before 2019 disappears for good.
We're bringing together a diverse group of speakers who are all leaders in their field to deliver 5 lightning talks about innovation and future shaping ideas across the engineering field.
There will be something for everyone as we explore how young and emerging engineers can make their mark in shaping our future.
Present Around the World (PATW) is an annual Engineer Australia / IET technical presentation competition in which engineering students are able to give a fifteen-minute presentation on an engineering or technology subject of their choice (followed by a five-minute question and answer session).
Join Engineers Australia’s experts and learn how to build the relationships that will kick-start your career.
You'll even have the chance to test your networking skills on our industry guest speakers.
Join us for an evening of barefoot bowls and have the opportunity to network with Professional Chemical Engineers.
You will form part of a barefoot bowling team consisting of a Professional Chemical Engineer and up to 4 student/graduates giving you the opportunity to discuss what sort of engineering skills are key in their industry, what they look for in a Graduate and hear first-hand how their industry operates.
This thirty-minute webinar will delve into the career paths taken by structural engineers.
Our Host will ask the big questions of our early career panel members including:
This is an informal event, with many students presenting works in progress, providing an opportunity for the audience to learn from and comment on, the academic research initiatives. The event is also an opportunity for your university to showcase its research capabilities to members of the water engineering industry. The winner of the Michael Woodhouse Undergraduate Award will showcase the official trophy at their university (complete with engraved winners' name) and receive a monetary prize from the Michael Woodhouse Memorial Fund.
Do you like to hear about interesting engineering projects completed by other young engineers? Are you ready to catch up away from the office to share stories of projects you have worked on?
Do you like to catch up with other young engineers in a more relaxed environment (than the office, worksite or lecture theatre) to share stories of projects you have worked on?
Join us in the pub to hear about engineering projects from the perspective of expert speakers while re-connecting with your peers before 2019 disappears for good.
Young Engineers Australiainvites members and guests to celebrate our Centenary year and reflect on the year that was as we look forward to 2020.
Over refreshments, guests will learn about the Engineers Australia's priorities and goals for Tasmania in 2020 before the Young Engineers Australia - Tasmania group hosts "The Great Debate".