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About the Webinar
Engineering is a broad and diverse occupation, providing extensive opportunities to engage in some of the most exciting realms of discovery and technological innovation.
A multitude of engineering disciplines are required to bring a ship to life: from Systems and Software Engineers, Electrical and Mechanical to Integrated Logistics Support, Production and Combat Systems Engineers to name a few. Engineering in shipbuilding can also help you create a pathway to leadership positions on large-scale, multi-disciplinary Defence programs.
The Australian Naval Shipbuilding Industry will require a significant number of Engineers across many disciplines in the next few years to support the shipbuilding lifecycle, from design and construction to through-life support, for the Royal Australian Navy fleet.
Women account for just over one in 10 Engineers and this percentage is not increasing. Creating an inclusive workplace is fundamental to maximising diversity and leads to a dedicated, highly skilled, high performing and balanced workforce.
Engineers have the skills and capacity to make change. As natural problem solvers, Engineers are visionary, forward-thinking people who transform ideas into reality.
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/