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Altitude

Thu 28 Nov 2019 (5:00pm - 8:30pm)
Green Brain Conference Room
RMIT University, Level 7, Building 16, 342 Swanston Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Additional Member $15.00
Non-Member Single $20.00

Altitude

How can Australia ensure its Aviation/Aerospace industry remains sustainable for generations to come?

Picture a fast-paced evening of 5-minute pitches by six of Australia's future leaders. Kicking off the evening with a gripping panel discussion and concluding with dynamic post-event networking and drinks. We look forward to hearing the dynamic, rapid, to-the-point and hard-hitting pitches by the below presenters, with incredible prizes to be won!

"Altitude was a rewarding experience that improved my self-confidence and empowered me to further network with the leaders of our industry." - Lee Turnley, Boeing Aerostructures Australia, Former Altitude Presenter

PRESENTATION JUDGES

Thales Australia Representative / Henry Leborgne, Engineering Operational Manager

Martin-Baker Australia Representative / Shayne Hamilton, Quality and Safety Manager

FUTURE LEADER PRESENTERS 

Ahamed Ashique | Strategy and Development - Aviation at Melbourne Airport 
'Futuristic advancements in Aviation security and Materials Handling'


Ruben Richard Mariadas | Bachelor of Aviation (Management) Student at UNSW
'Prevalence of Emission Trading Scheme in Australia' 


Julian Siedle | Bachelor of Laws/Aerospace Engineering Student at Monash University 
'Technology Management' 


David Tennent | Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) (Honours) Student at RMIT University 
'Sustainable UAS Operation in Urban Environments' 


Jacquelynn Tian | PhD Candidate (Aerospace Engineering) at RMIT University
'A hand-in-hand journey consisting of people from all ages and cultures


Greg Wynne | Systems Engineer (Electrical Engineering System Design) at a large international aerospace company 
'A holistic approach to inspire and develop the potential of primary school children using the opportunities from the aviation/aerospace industry'


A message for our Principal Partner the Australian Government, Department of Transport, Cities and Regional Development - Aviation and Airports Division.  

The Australian Government’s Women in the Aviation Industry Initiative supports Government and industry working together to encourage more women to pursue careers in the aviation sector.
This complements and supports the work already being undertaken by the aviation industry to encourage women to consider aviation as a career option.
Over the next three years, a range of conferences, workshops and careers events will be held and the Australian Government will partner with industry to deliver grassroots programs and significantly boost outreach to female school and university students as well as those considering transitioning into an aviation career.
Training and retaining an increasing number of female aviation professionals will be key to assisting the aviation industry to meet future demands for skilled workers.
The initiative will also build on the recent Australian Government-led roundtable, which explored ways to promote greater aviation sector diversity and enhanced equality, by addressing the gender gap in the aviation workforce.  

Organiser

Aviation/Aerospace Australia

1300 889 459
[email protected]


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