- Dealing with Australia’s STEM shortage
An Australian program, which links schools with industry in a collaborative environment, is successfully engaging students in an engineering future. Alan Johnson reports.
- CAD software and the need to keep up to speed
CAD software companies work tirelessly to make the process of designing as fast and efficient as possible, however, many users are not keeping up to date on enhancements.
- Technical skills not enough
While technical skills are important, they are not everything. As Alan Johnson writes, manufacturers are advised to also include vital softer skills in their training programs.
Employees and employers are calling for more e-learning opportunities.
- Hydraulic bolting systems – keeping components aligned
Hydraulic bolting systems offer industry optimum outcomes for motor and gearbox alignment. Alan Johnson reports.
- Logo is a bargain buy
Manufacturers are urged to take advantage of one of our most cost-effective marketing tools – the Australian Made logo. Alan Johnson reports.