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About the Webinar
During safety month we highlight the importance of safety across all roles in the Australian Naval Shipbuilding Industry and take a closer look at how safety is implemented in some of the world’s most complex and highly advanced shipbuilding projects.
Australia’s Naval Shipbuilding Industry will employ 15,000 people and offers diverse, long-term and exciting career opportunities. Many roles will be needed over the coming decades, and in this webinar, we will discuss how important safety is to every step of your career.
Whether you are starting your career, transitioning from an adjacent industry or looking to upskill, this webinar will provide you with resources to help you find your pathway to becoming ‘employment-ready’ and create your future career in Australia’s Naval Shipbuilding Industry.
About the Naval Shipbuilding College
The Naval Shipbuilding College is a strategic partner of the Australian Government through the Department of Defence. The College works closely with industry, education and training providers to grow an Australian shipbuilding workforce to build and sustain the Royal Australian Navy’s future fleet.
Australia’s Naval Shipbuilding Industry will soon need thousands of skilled and professional workers, including electricians, welders, pipe-fitters, program and project managers, purchasing, quality, contract managers, designers, quality, engineering, logistics and extensive management personnel. To find out more, visit our website www.navalshipbuildingcollege.com.au
Graham is the NSC’s Training and Development Manager, responsible for overseeing the management, development and execution of successful training solutions for the naval shipbuilding workforce across Australia.
Prior to joining the Naval Shipbuilding College, Graham was the Training Manager at Ichthys onshore LNG facilities construction project based in Darwin working for KBR. As Ichthys Training Manager he created, implemented and managed a governance system for all training and competency assessments on the construction site including; induction, leadership, health, safety, environment and commissioning activities, verification of competency as required for a major hazardous facility.
Graham also worked for BHP Billiton Iron Ore for 4 years managing; rail operations training, leadership, permit to work, safety induction across 7 mines sites in the Pilbara and Perth regions of Western Australia. During the height of the mining boom Graham was responsible for the training of 10,000 employees and 30,000 contractors.
Graham’s career started in the Royal Australian Navy as an Electronic Technician in the OBERON class submarines. He was subsequently selected for officer transfer and completed an electrical engineering degree. This was followed by multiple postings supporting training management including; Submarine Training & Systems Centre, combat systems support for COLLINS submarines (Raytheon), ANZAC & ADELAIDE frigates, CHARLES F ADAMS destroyer. Other support posting included; ARMIDALE Patrol Boats, HMAS CERBERUS and HUON minehunter (Scientific Management Associates). Graham served in the Navy for 23 years.