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IPWEA 2016 Leadership Programs

by Australian Road Research Board on March 3, 2016

The Engineering Leadership Program

The Engineering Leadership Program has been created to develop the technical skills of public works practitioners in supervisory or co-ordination roles.

With a focus on leading engineering teams and projects, the Program aims to help today’s professional staff become the profession’s leaders of tomorrow.

It will comprise five, full-day face-to-face sessions at Council offices around Melbourne and run from May to September 2016, concluding with a Certificate Presentation Dinner on 13 October 2016.

The Management Leadership Program

The Management Leadership Program has been created to develop the business skills of public works practitioners in or seeking management roles.

With a focus on contemporary management practice and leadership approaches, the Program aims to support career development within the public sector.

It will comprise five, full-day face-to-face sessions at Council offices around Melbourne and run from May to September 2016, concluding with a Certificate Presentation Dinner on 13 October 2016.