AIDN Young Achiever Award 2022 applications open

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

Driven and talented young people are the key to the future of the defence support industry. Since 2008, AIDN has conducted the Young Achiever Award (YAA) to recognise individuals who may be future industry leaders. The award is held at the State/Territory level, and each State/Territory winner will compete for the National award.

WHO CAN ENTER THE AWARD?

The Award is open to all members of defence support industry aged under 30 years, as of 1st January 2022. Applicants need to provide contact details of two references, one of which must be employed by a current financial member of an AIDN Chapter.

WHY ENTER THE AWARD?

Winning the AIDN Young Achiever Award recognises your efforts, and demonstrates your achievements and your potential to your colleagues, clients and future employers.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications are now open. The web link attached opens the application form. 

Entries close on the 16th of September at 5pm AEST.

Late entries will not be accepted.

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October

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

August

Join Dr Ian Faulconbridge & Dr Mike Ryan for either the three-day introduction or five-day advanced Systems Engineering courses.

Join Dr John Davies & Dr Andrew Jacopino for this two-day course Delivering Capability through Collaborative Contracting that provides attendees with an understanding of how and why collaborative contracts deliver value.

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.

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

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.