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Australia needs a national engineer strategy

Engineers are the backbone of Australia's national economy, contributing the skills to plan, design and build national infrastructure and to innovate and drive productivity growth across all sectors of the economy.

The Australian National Engineering Taskforce (ANET) is a partnership directed to rebuilding, growing and maintaining Australia's professional engineering capacity. ANET partners offer models and solutions to be brought together with new policies and programs to create a national engineer strategy.

Fore more information and updates visit the ANET campaign website .

News & Articles for ANET

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We Need More Than Lazy Options to Plug Skills Gaps

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Section: Media Releases

Tony Abbott's plan to boost Australia's skills announced today is a piecemeal option that ignores many other policy options to fix the nation's skills shortages over the longer term.

Seizing the opportunity of the Senate inquiry

Monday, 9 April 2012

Section: Latest News

For several years many Professionals Australia members have felt the various impacts of the engineering skills shortage in Australia.

Professionals Australia and ANET submissions: Senate inquiry on skills shortage

Thursday, 22 March 2012

Section: Latest News

It is with pleasure that we take the opportunity to make a submission to the inquiry on behalf of the some 23,000 members.

Professionals Australia Welcomes Premier-in-waiting's STEM Strategy

Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Section: Latest News

Professionals Australia has welcomed the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Strategy announced by premier-in-waiting, Minister for Science and Information Economy Jay Weatherill.

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