Bachelor of Science student and online higher education representative, Luis Abuel has made learning an important part of his daily routine.
‘Gravity in a bottle’ is how this company reduces boat-roll and could potentially transform everyone’s experience on the water.
Kelvin Power Station understands the value of group training for employees, and EIT has always been able to deliver the solution they need.
Green hydrogen has been claimed to be the clean energy source that could be an alternative to fossil fuels. But, what is it exactly?
Hydrogen. We have got plenty of it, it’s light, and it’s clean-burning! Whether it’s used in a fuel cell or being burned to create heat, the only ‘exhaust’ that hydrogen emits is clean water.
It is no wonder why it is seen by many as the fuel of the future.
FIFO workers are at higher risk of mental health issues than the general population, so what are we doing to help them?
Frikkie Marx has been with EIT for more than two decades. In that time, he’s cemented himself as a backbone member of staff when it comes to online presentations and group training in South Africa.
An updated list of courses he has presented with IDC and EIT is so extensive that it would require a browser adjustment for the reader. All of this translates to a well-versed and adaptable engineer that can at the drop of a pin customize and present select courses to uplift and share the experience with fellow engineers or upskill employees.
Engineers have a lot going for them in terms of career prospects.
According to the 2020 World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Jobs of Tomorrow: Mapping Opportunity in the New Economy, engineering skills are on their list of the highest-demand skills that are essential to break into, what WEF deems, emerging professional clusters.
It is specifically the technical and cross-functional skills that graduate engineers have that make them so valuable. While studying, students will likely pick up some of the five most distinct in-demand skills the WEF identified.
What are the most in-demand skills an engineer will need to learn for the future?
The future of technology has arrived and cemented its place in the professional workforce, prominently for engineers. No longer the next-big-thing, automation is now the reality; dominating most industries and transforming the ways we live, work, and study. It is estimated that 85 million jobs globally will be destroyed by 2025 due to mass automation integration.
The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) has been announced as the winner of the International Education and Training Export Award at the 2021 Western Australian Export Awards held at Government House on the 6th of October 2021.
The Governor of Western Australia, the Honourable Kim Beazley AC, joined the Honourable Bill Johnston MLA in presenting awards to thirteen category winners across a variety of industries.
"From minerals and energy-related services to small businesses and emerging exporters, the Western Australian Export Awards reflect the business diversity and growth our State has achieved as a global trading partner," said Mines and Petroleum Minister, the Honourable Bill Johnston MLA.
October 5th marks World Teachers Day', an opportunity to celebrate and thank teachers for their important role in our communities and for the positive impact they have on the lives of students.
Teachers are so much more than meets the eye. In fact, students seldom take into consideration that outside of the classroom, teachers and lecturers are human beings too. Inside the classroom, they are often superstars shaping minds. It’s no wonder why they deserve added recognition during World Teachers’ Day.