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Engineers Australia, Energy Networks Australia forge alliance to fast-track renewable energy transition

A recently established partnership between Engineers Australia and Energy Networks Australia is poised to be instrumental in providing Australia with the engineering skills essential for a seamless transition to renewable energy.

Engineers Australia advocates for diverse future in STEM landscape

Engineers Australia has thrown its support behind the Pathway to Diversity in STEM Final Report, urging the Australian Government to swiftly adopt the recommendations outlined within the report alongside its Diversity in STEM Program Strategy.

Engineers Australia backs government’s interim response for responsible AI

In a move applauded by Engineers Australia, the Australian Government has unveiled its Interim Response to Safe and Responsible AI, garnering support for its proactive approach in harmonising regulatory measures with innovation safeguards.

Engineers Australia examines government’s migration shift and IA market capacity in new report

In reaction to the Australian government's newly proposed migration strategy and Infrastructure Australia's (IA) Market Capacity Report, Engineers Australia's CEO, Romilly Madew, has emphasised the need for a balanced migration policy that safeguards local workers' interests while tapping into the extensive pool of skilled migrants.

Sustainable construction project clinches Australia’s top engineering award

The 2023 Engineers Australia Excellence Awards - People & Projects has celebrated the pinnacle of Australian engineering achievements at a prestigious gala dinner held in Melbourne last night.

Climate Smart Engineering Conference 2023 opens its doors tomorrow

Australia is set to host the 2023 Climate Smart Engineering Conference (CSE23) at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on from 29 to 30 November.

New Engineers Australia report highlights worsening skills crisis in Australia

A new report from Engineers Australia has revealed a deepening engineering skills crisis in the country and the vital role of engineers in driving every sector of the nation’s economy. 

Engineers Australia: Government’s investment in AUKUS engineering education ‘a step in the right direction’

Engineers Australia has commended the Australian government’s four-year, $128.5 million investment to back 4,000 additional university places that will support the AUKUS workforce. 

Engineers Australia execs visit Europe to strengthen ties with industry leaders

Engineers Australia CEO Romilly Madew AO and Board Chair and National President Nick Fleming are set to visit Denmark, Dublin, Cambridge, and London beginning August 19 to boost the organisation's international relationships.

Engineers Australia welcomes 2023 federal budget’s commitment to upskilling workforce

Engineers Australia CEO Romilly Madew has welcomed the Australian Government’s 2023 budget for its measures supporting the upskilling of the engineering workforce targeting positive outcomes in AUKUS, manufacturing, sovereign capability, and national energy transition. 

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Sydney to spotlight the latest in manufacturing at AMW 2024

With the Australian Manufacturing Week (AMW) 2024 fast approaching, Sydney is set to become the epicentre of groundbreaking innovations in the advanced manufacturing sector.