Women currently working in the automotive sector have a final opportunity to register their interest in a scholarship worth up to $7,000 to support participation in an accredited leadership development program.
Funding must be apportioned by the end of this financial year and it is unsure when these grants will be available again. Find out more and register your interest by completing the Expression of Interest form here prior to 5pm on June 21: www.wla.edu.au/automotive
Team registrations for the 2019 Formula SAE-A event are now open.
AUTO SKILLS AUSTRALIA CHURCHILL FELLOWSHIP Apply now for an Auto Skills Australia Churchill Fellowship to travel overseas for 4-8 weeks from February 2020 to investigate inspiring automotive practices and meet with sector leaders. Use the knowledge and experience you gain from around the world to make a difference in Australia. APPLICATIONS CLOSING 30 APRIL 2019
Exclusive to SAE-A Members - Save $815 off RACV Club Membership Enjoy access to a wonderful range of social, leisure and business facilities and services at the City Club in Melbourne's CBD, as well as Healesville Country Club in the Yarra Valley, plus over 160 reciprocal clubs globally. OFFER AVAILABLE UNTIL 30 APRIL 2019
Congratulations to George Athanasakos of RMIT Racing FSAE who has won our competition for 2 tickets to the Phillip Island Classic Festival of Motorsport this weekend.
For details of this event click here
SHINE THE LIGHT ON ROAD SAFETY
To reduce deaths and injuries on our roads, we are encouraging everyone to turn on their headlights while driving on Friday 10 May and join the Road Trauma Support Services Victoria (RTSSV) campaign.
AUTO SKILLS AUSTRALIA CHURCHILL FELLOWSHIP MEDIA RELEASE
Across the world, the automotive industry is leading rapid and far-reaching change through the introduction of driver less vehicles, the development of low and zero emissions transport technology, and the progression of world-leading retail experiences. Given the diverse activities and rapid technology advances occurring in automotive across the globe, what knowledge and lessons can benefit our local industry? The Churchill Trust is asking this question as it announces the new Auto Skills Australia Churchill Fellowships for projects that will contribute to the future success of the Australian automotive sector and the sector’s allied industries – which includes cycling, emergency services, mining and construction, and more.