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Women lead the maritime training charge

07 Mar 2019

On International Women’s Day, it’s worth stopping to celebrate the contributions of the growing numbers of women making their mark in maritime.

Defence pathways to AMC open for TAFE SA graduates

07 Mar 2019

TAFE SA has welcomed the new education pathways for its graduates of the Associate Degree and Diploma of Engineering – Technical with the announcement of guaranteed entry into the Australian Maritime College’s Bachelor of Engineering programs, including Naval Architecture.

Antarctic researchers’ rare view of an Ice Shelf calving

19 Feb 2019

Antarctic researchers from the University of Tasmania this month enjoyed a front row seat as a segment of the Sørsdal Glacier ice shelf - six kilometres long and up to a kilometre wide - broke off into the Southern Ocean.

Naval program to lead to huge jobs growth

17 Jan 2019

Naval shipbuilding careers should be top-of-mind for job seekers as excitement builds with one of the most significant nation-building programs in Australia’s history.

Charting the course for Australia's new icebreaker

17 Jan 2019

AMC alumnus Nick Browne has taken on the role of a lifetime. He’s project managing the design, build and delivery of Australia’s new Antarctic icebreaker RSV Nuyina – a once-in-a-generation project that will form the centerpiece of Australia’s Antarctic program.

Turning the tide on how we generate energy

17 Jan 2019

It’s been almost 15 months since the AUSTEn (Australian Tidal Energy) project began its work on one of the country’s largest tidal energy research projects.