The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT), in conjunction with sister company, IDC Technologies are running complimentary, live and interactive instructor-led sessions in various engineering disciplines that will give you the opportunity to ask questions and expand your knowledge.
The sessions are designed to give you a toolbox that can be immediately applied to your workplace. They are presented by the interactive Dr Steve Mackay, the foundation Dean of Engineering at EIT and IDC Technologies.
We offer a range of webinar topics that you may register for. The different session types include:
1. Free Live Sessions: Register to attend the live and interactive 30 minutes session taking place 9am UTC session or to receive a copy of the recording and slides only.
2. Free Course Resources: This is NOT a live session. Register to receive a copy of the recording and slides.
The upcoming topics are listed below on the schedule. If you cannot attend the live sessions, simply register to receive the recording and slides only.
** Please ensure you have the latest browser for Google Chrome prior to attending a live session to ensure the software package will work **
** Please note that a certificate is not sent for these free webinars and attendance does not qualify you as a returning student **
If you would like to be notified of upcoming webinar topics, please sign up for our monthly Engineering Newsletter here: www.eit.edu.au
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Click Here to download the slides for past topics.
More topics to be announced. For email notification of these sessions please sign up to our monthly engineering newsletter: www.eit.edu.au
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