National Manufacturing Week 2018

It's quickly becoming clear that Australia's manufacturing future will be dependent on our ability to better design custom products and work collaboratively to break into the global supply chain.

National Manufacturing Week 2018 will feature a full conference program, alongside over 150 companies showcasing the cutting edge technologies leading this transition towards highly skilled, advanced manufacturing.

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July

Occurring across state capitals annually, the Aerospace Futures conference is an important event in the Australian aerospace industry calendar.

SimGOV is for federal, state and local government agencies to look at operational risk management and how to apply it to their operations.

The inaugural ADM Women in Defence awards program will celebrate talented, determined, successful women who make a positive impact in the defence business arena, as members of Defence industry, Australian Public Service (APS) or in uniform.

August

The annual CASG and defence industry gathering in Canberra to discuss policy and programs with a range of speakers gathering to discuss the way forward.

This course is ideal for anyone currently working or considering working with submarines; offering a comprehensive design and operational appreciation of conventional submarine technologies.

The annual Project and Program Management Symposium provides a forum that brings together project management people to share knowledge and improve the governance and controls skill sets available to deliver successful project outcomes for the nation.

The STEM in Defence Summit will focus on the overwhelming need for Defence to encourage, harness and progress its relationship with the Education sector.

With the retirement of the long-range F-111, Australia’s future air strike capability now rests in the capabilities of the F/A-18F Super Hornet and F-35A, both equipped with appropriate long-range strike weapons and supported by a capable air-to-air refueling force.

SCINDICATE is the new brand name for the previous annual external engagement event called Partnerships Week. Delegates will experience technology demonstrations, workshops, briefings and laboratory tours.

The 2018 Defence Conference will focus on driving collaboration and engagement between Defence Primes, the region’s SME’s, academia and Defence.