Crunch Time to Save Australian Synchrotron

Scientists and engineers at Australian Synchrotron call on Ministers Asher and Carr to agree the future of the facility during discussions this month or risk losing employees overseas. CEO of APESMA, Chris Walton, said Australian Synchrotron scientists and engineers were so sick having their livelihoods treated like a political game some were already seeking employment…

How is the skills crisis affecting your organisation?

APESMA’s Project Wise aims to avoid the cost waste and make sure community infrastructure is build wisely and professionally despite the worsening skills crisis. Have your say. We are trying to address the skills shortage through greater industry training of professionals through mechanisms such as cadetships, and producing other strong mentoring and work-integrated learning practices…

Share your views on action to address climate change in Canberra

Win the chance to share your views on climate change with parliamentarians and experienced technology professionals in Canberra APESMA invites young professional members from any technology-based profession to apply for the “Science meets Parliament 2011” Scholarship. The winner will have the opportunity to share their ideas on “action to address climate change” with parliamentarians and…