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June 19 @ 1:00 AM - 2:00 AM UTC+0

Start time where you are: 3:00 AM CAT

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Webinar details

Ever wondered if there was a way to balance study with work, family and other commitments? The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) offers online learning to those all over the world.

Our unique online delivery methodology makes use of live and interactive tutorials, an international pool of expert lecturers, dedicated learning support officers, and state-of-the-art technologies such as hands-on workshops, remote and virtual laboratories, and simulation software.

EIT’s online delivery method supports your technical and technological learning while helping you build global networks and manage your life and work commitments effectively. Learn about the skills and tools you will need to thrive in EIT’s virtual classroom.

  • The webinar will be recorded and will be sent out to registered attendees afterwards.
  • Please note: the time stated on this event is in UTC. You will need to convert this to your own time zone.

Key takeaways from this webinar

  • Understanding EIT’s online flexibility
  • Insights into EIT’s course offerings for distance learning
  • Hear directly from an EIT student about their experience with EIT

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About the presenters

Natalie Deng – Digital Learning Manager

Natalie Deng brings over 8 years of experience at EIT, with previous roles in learning support and higher education management. As Digital Learning Manager, she focuses on creating engaging online experiences using educational technology, aiming to empower students from all walks of life to excel in the digital learning realm. With a Bachelor’s in Linguistics, Cert IV in training and assessment, and, prior exposure to the mining and construction industry, Natalie brings a grounded understanding of EIT students’ experiences.

Lee Gaunt – Student Ambassador 2024

Lee Gaunt, a CSWIP 3.1 welding inspector, coded welder, and boilermaker holds high-risk work licenses, including advanced rigger, enhancing his diverse career. He earned a Certificate 3 in Engineering (Heavy Fabrication) during his apprenticeship at Tenix Defense, specializing in shipbuilding and maintenance. With experience in construction, mining maintenance, and oil & gas, Lee began a Bachelor of Science (Mechanical Engineering) degree with EIT in 2020, set to finish in November 2024. Despite a 15-year academic gap, he successfully balanced full-time work as a site/project manager in Perth and fatherhood, studying three units per semester through dedication and discipline.

Jonathan Constable – Student Ambassador 2024

Jonathan Constable, an Australian studying for an Advanced Diploma of Mechanical Engineering Technology, drew inspiration from childhood experiences with his grandfather on miniature trains. After a decade as a fitter and turner, he transitioned to assembling rotating platforms at Australian Turntables despite facing vision impairment.


June 19
1:00 AM - 2:00 AM UTC+0
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