Welcome to the Oceania Region
We represent nearly 2000 Institution members across Australia, New Zealand, Papa New Guinea and beyond, providing support and putting you in touch with what you need from your Institution.
We also work with other engineering institutions to raise the profile of engineering in this region – have a look at our events page for more details. We have mutual agreements with Engineers Australia, Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand and other international institutions; see specific country information pages for further information.
If you do not see your location listed and would like to arrange future events locally or to get involved as a volunteer, please contact the regional chair.
MEMBER ENGAGEMENT IN AUSTRALIA
The Australian Branch is very active with each state organising events and an active Young Members Section covering the country. Please see the country pages for more information.
MEMBER ENGAGEMENT IN NEW ZEALAND
For general details, and information on events and the country representitive please see the country specific pages for information. In 2012
a series of member engagement meetings took place across New Zealand, a report and associated results from surveys and members can be found here.
MEMBER ENGAGEMENT IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Members in Papua New Guinea are part of the wider Australian Branch, to contact your local representative and find out what is going on please see the country pages for more information.
If you would like to come along to an event, please check below for all events in the Oceania Region. Or check the specific country pages for further information. If you want to receive reminders and invites to events please check your account details are up to date.
If you want to volunteer, and count this towards your CPD requirements, there are numerous ways to get involved. There are spaces at all levels or experience and responsibility throughout the Oceania Region. Each local committee is always looking for new volunteers to help with events, mentors for formal MPDS and informal mentoring and interviewers for Professional interviews.
Please get in touch, details on the Contact Us section.
Furthest South Engineering Heritage Award
In January 2014 the Oceania Region committee and the New Zealand county representative hosted the 91st Engineering Heritage Award presentation in Dunedin at the southerly tip of the South Island. The award was made for the Armstrong Disappearing Gun, the only fully-restored example of this type of gun still in its original emplacement.
Future Oceania Young Leaders
In late 2013 the North East Asia Region hosted the EngNow 360 leadership conference. This was a four day event with the focus of empowering the next generation of Young Engineering Leaders. Held at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, it was attended by over 400 people.
The Oceania region was represented by eight volunteers, including the Oceania Region Chairman and Oceania Young Member Rep. EngNow360 had three distinct activities; the 2013 Pan-Asia-Pacific Region Speak Out for Engineering Final, a Design Competition to improve the world of the Visually Impaired, and a two day lecture series focussed on leadership. There is a write up in the Australian Branch News Bulletin 169, and some pictures below;
The International Strategy Board has pencilled in Spain to host the next EngNow event in 2015 - watch this space!
Current and Future Events
Please click the event heading for further information.
Event Type: Award Presentation
16 March 2014 11:00 to 11:30
Brabham Display Area - South Melbourne
Engineering Heritage Award Presentation to Repco Brabham F1 Car, at the Melbourne Grand Prix
Sunday 16 March 2014; 11am
Event Type: Social Event
03 April 2014 19:00 to 20:00
Chloes Bar, Young and Jacksons - Melbourne
Social Networking with your fellow engineers, a fresh way of meeting other members and engineers. An opportunity to find out about pathways to professional registration, mentoring and networking.
Industry: Non Industry Specific
Event Type: Professional Development Event
15 May 2014 17:30 to 20:00
Hawken Auditorium, Engineering House - Brisbane, QLD
Three speakers describe best ways for members to progress their careers to Chartered Status.
Industry: Non Industry Specific
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