Events Calendar

VDA-Aerospace Member Briefing - 17 October 2018
Wednesday 17 October 2018, 08:30 - 11:00

 VDA-Aerospace Member Briefing
9.00am - 11.00am, 17 October 2018
Engineers Australia, Level 31, 600 Bourke St, Melbourne

Program

0830 – 0900       Registration and coffee
0900 – 0910       Welcome and Aerospace Alliance Update
0910 – 0940       "Opportunities for industry in the ADF helicopter programs"
                            BRIG Jeremy King, Acting Head Helicopter Systems Division,
                            CASG (inc Q&A)
0940 – 1000       "Future trends in military aerostructures"
                            Emeritus Professor Rhys Jones, AC
                            Head - Centre of Expertise Structural Mechanics, Dept of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,
                            Monash University
1000 – 1015       Meet-the-Member Session
1015 – 1025       AIDN-Vic Update
                           Claire Willette, CEO, AIDN-Vic 
1025 - 1030       Concluding remarks
1030 - 1100       Networking Morning Tea

Please RSVP: By COB Monday 15 October 2018

Meet the Member
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For further information on this event please contact the Victorian Defence Alliances on (03) 8656 5707

Location Engineers Australia
Level 31, 600 Bourke St
Melbourne
Victoria
3000
Australia