ADM STEM in Defence Summit

Now in its fourth year, the ADM STEM in Defence Summit is a cornerstone event that brings together Defence, defence industry and education to discuss the future of the Defence workforce.

What the Defence Force will look like in the future and how industry, education and Defence work together to achieve this is the core focus of the Summit. We will explore:

  • Defence Force recruiting and skilling
  • Building a Defence Force for the information era
  • The role of cyber and artificial intelligence
  • Industry and government engagement with educational institutions to develop attractive career pathways
  • What a successful STEM program looks like for Defence and defence industry
  • Attracting and retaining diverse talent and Australia‚Äôs brightest minds
  • Raising the profile of trades and vocations, particularly in the shipbuilding context
  • Keeping Defence and industry at the forefront of innovation

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October

Defence is launching a monthly awareness campaign containing Seaworthiness material on the ODSwR website – Seaworthiness talks.

July

AIDN is pleased to launch the AIDN Young Achiever of the Year program for 2022 and invite you to submit nominations for this prestigious award.

August

Join edVirtus for this three-day course to gain an understanding of the critical issues that must be addressed for successful acquisition and integration of guided weapon systems in the sea, land, and air domains.

This course provides attendees with an understanding of the space-based position, navigation and timing systems available around the world.

This year sees the conference extended from two (2) to three (3) days to include more speakers, content, and opportunities to network with defence primes, SMEs, academia, and the Department of Defence. There is also the inclusion of an exhibition component in 2022, providing an opportunity for those working with – or wanting to work with Defence – a chance to directly showcase their offerings.

This year sees the conference extended from two to three days to include more speakers, content, and opportunities to network with defence primes, SMEs, academia, and the Department of Defence.

September

Major Training Services (MTS) has commenced the development of a face-to-face training course on Australian Industry Capability (AIC) for the Australian Department of Defence. The course is likely to be two days long.

This course provides attendees with an understanding of the issues associated with the design and operation of tactical electronic warfare (EW) systems in the modern battlespace.

Join edVirtus for a three-day course that concentrates on key radar system function/performance characteristics and associated constraints.

The commercialisation of space will be propelled to the forefront of the industry’s agenda as Space-Comm Expo returns 7-8 September 2022 at Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre.