Why education will be the path to success in 2021

IPWEA says there has never been a more important time for professionals who deliver public works services to undertake training

Why IPWEA is building education pathways in Asset Management

How the IPWEA is building new education pathways for members to better work in local government settings

IPWEA member profile: City of Canterbury Bankstown Executive Manager, William Barton

How building makeshift dams led to a successful engineering career for IPWEA member William Barton

IPWEA member profile: City of Monash fleet manager Derek Naylor

COVID-19 has made living and working in Melbourne difficult for everyone, regardless of their industry. But it’s been particularly challenging for those in ‘essential...

IPWEA is here to help as national mandatory registration for engineers looms

Why Victorian engineers should prepare for a new reality: mandatory registration

Scholarship Support for Women in the Engineering and Construction Sector

For more than 16 years Women & Leadership Australia has been developing female leadership and supporting the presence of women in business and community...

Engineering a bright future: Young IPWEA member Clarissa Campbell

Women in engineering: How Young IPWEA member Clarissa Campbell has built her career

Aiming high: how one young engineering leader is achieving her career goals

Young leader Jo O’Brien has achieved several goals and milestones in her civil engineering career.

Coffee Cup Challenge: how engineering mentoring works both ways

In skill development, leadership lessons and career advice, young engineers benefit hugely from mentorships programs such as YIPWEA’s Coffee Cup Challenge. When Alan Hay agreed...

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