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Skills Inquiry

Professionals Australia wins Senate Inquiry into Engineering Shortage

After months of hard work Professionals Australia has convinced the Australian Senate to establish an official Inquiry into Australia’s current shortage of engineers. This Inquiry also follows an Australian Government skills report that found the general engineer skill shortage was worse than any other occupation that they tracked.

We need your help right now. The Australian Government will only take action if a large number of engineers actively engage in this Inquiry and submit their views, evidence and ideas for the future.We are calling on all Professionals Australia engineers to write a submission or to encourage your organisation to write one on your behalf.

 

News & Articles for Engineering-Skills-Inquiry

Young Engineers Need Skills Boost

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Section: Latest News

Below is an edited excerpt of Professionals Australia CEO Chris Walton's speech yesterday to the Australian Engineering Week's forum – Adequate Infrastructure – Achievable Goal or Pipe Dream?

Professionals Australia gives evidence at engineering Senate inquiry

Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Section: Latest News

After months of lobbying and consultation, CEO of Professionals Australia Chris Walton gave evidence on behalf of members to the Senate Inquiry into the shortage of engineering last week.

Professionals Australia delivers big wins for members in 2012

Monday, 18 June 2012

Section: Latest News

Professionals Australia has had some big wins already this year. These are real examples of how Professionals Australia can take on the big issues and deliver tangible outcomes for professionals.

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.