Engineering agreement between Australia and Spain enabling work mobility

Engineers from Australia and Spain will enjoy streamlined access to working in either country, thanks to a new Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) between Engineers Australia and the General Council of Official Colleges of Industrial Engineers (CGCOII), Spain’s governing body for the industrial engineering profession.
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The South Australian Skills Commission this week formally declared the Bachelor of Software Engineering to be a trade.

Australia’s first degree apprenticeship offered in South Australia

The South Australian Skills Commission formally declared the Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours) to be a trade under the South Australian Skills Act 2008 – the final step in the process of approving new apprenticeships.
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Award winning engineering design improves safety and efficiency at construction sites

A collaboration between Monash University and Coates Engineering Solutions is using high-strength steel, common to the automotive industry, to develop a lightweight high-capacity propping solution for temporary construction works.
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Revolutionising neuromorphic sensory devices

RMIT researchers have unveiled a device that possesses the ability to ‘see’ and create memories, akin to the way humans do. Manufacturers’ Monthly sits down with team leader Professor Sumeet Walia to learn how the device can reshape the landscape of autonomous technologies. 
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Digital engineering firm, Kadego-Cadgile, launches new global company and brand name

One of South Australia’s leading end-to-end engineering firm Kadego-Cadgile will operate under a new global company and brand name – Ekium.
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German drivetrain specialist, Flender, opens new 1,800 square metre facility in Sydney

German drivetrain specialist, Flender, further expands production and service capacities in Australia by opening a new facility in Sydney.
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