A new cyber security training facility has officially opened at TAFE SA to provide hands-on training in protection against cyber threats. The new facility, the Training Centre, is located at TAFE SA’s Adelaide City Campus and features a red “attack” room and blue “defence” room that provides students with real-life scenarios, simulations and testing opportunities. … Continue reading Cyber security training centre opens at Adelaide TAFE campus
The Western Australian government has announced the introduction of the first TAFE course in remote operations in Australia. Starting at South Metropolitan TAFE (SMTAFE) Munster campus in 2020, the nationally recognised Certificate IV in Autonomous Control and Remote Operations was developed through the Resource Industry Collaboration, a partnership between the McGowan Government, SMTAFE and Rio … Continue reading Western Australia to offer remote mining operations TAFE qualification
The Western Australian government has launched a new science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills strategy. The strategy, which was an election commitment for the McGowan government, was developed by a panel made up of industry experts, researchers and educators, and chaired by WA’s Chief Scientist, Professor Peter Klinken. Called “Future Jobs, Future Skills: Driving … Continue reading WA government launches STEM strategy
The federal Labor opposition has committed helping deliver a $40 million SkillsTech TAFE campus at North Lakes in Queensland. The Queensland government has welcomed the sign of support. State training and skills minister Shannon Fentiman said the $40 million trades training centre at TAFE North Lakes would provide industry-standard skills for the electrotechnology, construction, engineering … Continue reading Labor commits funding for new high-tech TAFE campus in QLD
The federal government is investing $3.4 million to improve science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) equity in Australia and even-out the gender disparity in STEM careers. Federal industry, science and technology minister Karen Andrews said for Australia to have the the widest talent pool possible, the government needed to ensure that Australians are supported to … Continue reading Federal government spending $3.4 million to boost female participation in STEM
Red Hat has announced the launch of its Virtual Training Program for Asia Pacific to help bring online training and real-time courses on Red Hat technologies to customers, partners, and IT professionals.
CAD software companies work tirelessly to make the process of designing as fast and efficient as possible, however, many users are not keeping up to date on enhancements.
A new CEDA report has raised questions about how ready Australia’s workforce is for an era of self-driving cars, hyper-connectivity and artificial intelligence.
Management system standard ISO 9001 has reached the final stage of the revision process.
TÜV Rheinland will award qualified participants who pass the exam at the end of the course an FS Engineer certificate.
The suite offers an integrated, robust training experience that will help industrial facilities address a growing shortage of trained operators.
QUT students will be put on the path to a career in one of the fastest growing areas in the technology sector thanks to a new industry partnership.
Certified PROFINET and Profibus courses will be available at all major industrial and engineering centres around Australia and New Zealand this year.
IICA has developed a new Functional Safety Engineer training course for Safety Instrumented Systems.
Engineers Australia will be hoping to inspire the next generation of engineers when they host two retired NASA astronauts at Convention 2014.
Engineers will converge in Melbourne in an effort to forge greater industry-wide collaboration and improve success rates on delivering complex projects.
Federal Cabinet has approved the federal government’s competitiveness agenda.
Thiess has selected Careers Australia to be its national apprenticeship training provider.
Sew LengPuah, a former engineering student at the Challenger Institute of Technology has re-joined the Engineering program, this time as a teacher.
Following changes to employer incentives and policies, apprentice numbers have dropped significantly, but is is the end for the Australian apprentice?