Perth Engineering and Technology Roadshow - FREE EVENT!


Where is your Engineering Career going in 2016?


This not-to-be-missed, two-hour Forum and Networking Event will cover the areas of Automation / Robotics / Cybersecurity / The Cloud and Engineering Jobs (the hot  and not so hot ones). You will also have the opportunity to meet EIT's Dean of Engineering and learn more about how you can advance your education. 


PERTH, Western Australia   |   19th May, 2016   |   3pm - 5pm

For full details and to register your place, click here.


Join Steve Mackay in Perth on the 19th May from 3pm-5pm for this complimentary session with networking over coffee/tea and drinks (incl. non-alcoholic for those travelling), as he discusses the engineering and technical trends, career opportunities and the education and futures for engineers, technologists, technicians and trade personnel.

If you are unable to attend the Perth session, simply register below to receive a copy of the presentation slides and associated research notes.


FREE EVENT - What you will learn

Update your knowledge on the latest trends and technologies that are impacting on you and how you can take advantage of them in the engineering and industrial world no matter whether you are chief engineer / technician/tradesperson or operator. We are on the cusp of significant changes in the way we work in industry such as the arrival of the internet of things and a hyper connected world, virtual reality, artificial intelligence and automation.

We hope to convey some of the incredible opportunities to you in a thought provoking way as well as to alert you to the growing threats from cybercrime and the degradation of many jobs with artificial intelligence and robots.

All in a two-hour highly interactive action-packed session. This is an excellent way to boost your know-how and your career opportunities. Based on earlier sessions, places filled up fast. Don't miss out, secure your FREE place today.

You will also have the opportunity to ask questions regarding EIT's educational offerings and training courses and speak directly with the Dean of Engineering.