Capability Management - Introduction Course

Presented by Dr Mike Ryan & Dr Shari Soutberg, this 3-day course provides a comprehensive overview of how the Australian Defence Organisation delivers and manages capability throughout the life cycle of a capability. Attendees from Defence, other government agencies, and defence industry can gain an understanding of capability management processes, frameworks, and documents produced, as well as related government and Defence processes. This course will explain when and how key professional practices are applied across the life cycle including systems engineering, program management, project management, product management, financial management, procurement and contracting, integrated logistics support (ILS), risk reduction, assurance, and enterprise architecture. The course also demonstrates the relationships between capability management activities and professional practices which must be managed in order to deliver capability.

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September

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.

The 2022 Women in Defence Awards 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.

October

LAND FORCES 2022 will be a key meeting hub for Australian and international industry, defence, academia and government.

November

Regarded as one of the Defence Teaming Centre’s (DTC) most prestigious and anticipated nights of the year, this annual event recognises and celebrates the defence industry and highlights the achievements of DTC members.

The 11th Biennial SIA Conference will be held 7- 9 November 2022 in Canberra. The theme will be: “Nuclear Powered Australian Submarines – Challenges and Opportunities”.

PARARI is Defence's biennial international Explosive Ordnance (EO) Safety Symposium with the overall aim of providing the opportunity for professional development, education and network building for EO safety experts and practitioners.

The inaugural ADM Defence Skilling Summit, hosted by the Tasmanian Government, will be a one-day, high-level, executive gathering of key players from both Defence and Defence Industry addressing Australia's current and future skills requirements.

Robonation and Defence Science and Technology Group are hosting the 2022 Maritime RobotX Challenge, an international autonomous maritime robotic vehicles competition.

The annual Military Communications and Information Systems (MilCIS) Conference welcomes military and government organisations, academia, and defence industries to contribute to the future direction of military communications and information systems.