Communities and Groups

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Engineers Australia Communities and Groups

Engineers Australia is home to over 100,000 members from the full range of engineering occupations and at all career stages. Our members’ interests are as diverse as their backgrounds and skills. Wherever you sit in the broad world of engineering and whatever your passions, this is a place for you to connect with like-minded peers.

Our Colleges and National Committees cover a wide area of engineering disciplines. We have Special Interest Groups that empower key member segments. Technical Societies are fantastic groups for driven engineers, each with their own technical focus, history and dedicated participants.

For a better understanding of the many communities that make up Engineers Australia, explore the pages below. For region-focused networking check out our Divisions and Regional Groups.

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There are approx. 200 workplace deaths and 100,000 serious workplace injuries per year in Aus – and heavy industrie… https://t.co/dF8DVoZL9P
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Engineers are working on the cyber resilience of the nation. Join EA’s new Cyber Engineering Community of Practice… https://t.co/ubyokhEvuR
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"It's really important for the community to have assurance that their water and environment is protected," says lea… https://t.co/bVX0w8GBOD
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Cyber engineering is known as the building blocks of #cybersecurity. To help build Australia’s cyber resilience we… https://t.co/s3vLY1KXaO
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“We need to look at how we can bring it from cradle to cradle, not cradle to grave,” says @AECOM Associate Director… https://t.co/7KHuEwSVpU
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The #COVID19 lockdown may have disrupted the career plans of recent engineering graduate Kimberley Chu GradIEAust,… https://t.co/MxednBBZab
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Two Australian firms have come together to design a new system for constructing small bridges that will be a boon f… https://t.co/xtL7iOZK3O
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Change is inevitable, but Joyce Ferng believes that we need to be more future focused in our approach as #engineers… https://t.co/6TZqZudkBP
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How has the engineering landscape changed since the bushfire crisis and COVID-19? We are bringing back the experts… https://t.co/qYocn3VPTJ
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It is critical that Australia builds its cyber resilience through increasing capacity and capability. Join our Cybe… https://t.co/goLJjpBvSu
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“So many people in this world, they don’t have proper sanitation. If I am able to get this understanding and this r… https://t.co/nAHsVagia8