Insight Into Australian Engineering Jobs & Engineers Australia Membership
August 31 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The live presentation of this event has already taken place.
Please view the PDF slides here or watch the video recording below:
This webinar will focus on catering to questions graduates looking to enter the engineering workforce or who are in the process of career search might have. Co-presented by Michael Page and Engineers Australia, this session will cover various insights on studying engineering in Australia. The first part of the session is presented by Michael Page, and will cover topics across Australian Engineering job roles of the future, a market update on Electrical Engineering and his experience in the industry, tips to set yourself up for the Engineering industry while completing your studies such as writing a good CV, and notable stories from international graduates who have transitioned into engineering workforce. The second part is presented by Kym Spann from Engineers Australia, and will cover the benefits of Engineers Australia accreditation and membership.
Michael Page is the original PageGroup brand and is normally established as the first business in each new country that we enter. Michael Page is comprised of 12 broad disciplines, each providing a service to a specialist area of the market. Operating at the qualified professional and management level, Michael Page recruits on a permanent, temporary, contract or interim basis.
Our 30+ years of experience in the Asia Pacific market has allowed us to build substantial networks in Australia, Greater China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Our experience in Australia has allowed us to build substantial networks across the region. Our comprehensive global reach and fully integrated local databases ensure our ability to share information and resources across all locations. This means we can tap into a vast network that is essential in sourcing and assessing the best talent within the market.
Engineers Australia is a peak body and engineering association with over 114,000 members. We are the voice of the profession and benchmark engineering qualifications through our accreditation process. We are an engineer's home for life, supporting engineering students on the first stage of their engineering journey, providing opportunities to become Chartered at the mid-career stage, and providing the community with our retired engineer's group.
Key takeaways from this webinar:
1. Michael Page - Insight into Engineering in Australia: Careers and beyond
- Starting a career in Engineering
- Continue studying Engineering
- Creating a future of quality Engineering candidates
2. Engineers Australia - Benefits of EA accreditation and membership
- Benefits of belonging to a professional association
- The value of having an accredited qualification
- Networking opportunities
Presenters: Michael Page (Tim Jardine, Senior Consultant) and Engineers Australia (Kym Spann, Student & Graduate Engagement Manager)
Tim Jardine is a Senior Consultant at Michael Page Perth and specializes in the recruitment of Electrical Engineers in various industries including Mining, Oil and Gas, Infrastructure, and Utilities. Tim has a solid recruitment track record and a passion for developing innovative ideas and solutions. His goal is to change the lives of people by creating opportunities to reach their potential.
Mrs Kym Spann (Engineers Australia) is Engineers Australia's Student & Graduate Engagement Manager for WA & NT, and she is passionate about providing support and resources to engineering students. Tertiary study is the foundation that careers are built on, and Kym provides networking and professional development opportunities that give students the edge as they graduate and move into the next phase of their careers.
Join us to learn more at this must-attend event for engineering professionals and aspiring engineers alike looking to study Engineering in Australia.
Reserve your spot at this free webinar today!
- The webinar will be recorded and will be sent out to registered attendees afterwards.
Please note: the time stated on this event is in Australian Western Standard Time (AWST). You will need to convert this to your own time zone.
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