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Edinburgh Air Show 2019

Visit the Naval Shipbuilding College at the Edinburgh Air Show!
05 November 2019

The Naval Shipbuilding College is leading the way to develop the skilled and sustainable Australian workforce needed to deliver the Royal Australian Navy’s advanced future fleet of submarines, frigates and patrol vessels.

 

More than 15,000 workers will be needed in the next 10 years across the national Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise, offering enduring advanced technical careers working on the most technologically advanced programs in the world, including Australia’s Attack class submarines and Hunter class frigates.

 

New career opportunities will be generated throughout Australia, offering jobs across a diversity of disciplines, from fabrication roles in the construction yards through to engineering roles in the design bureaus and leadership opportunities within management teams.

 

Through fostering professional, trusted and collaborative relationships with the global shipbuilding companies, system integrators, sustainers and supply chain industry players, the College is working to develop robust forecasts for the future workforce requirements.

 

The College has also partnered with Australia’s training and education providers in every state and territory to ensure that endorsed programs produce job-ready graduates, who have the skills industry needs.

 

Q] What do aviation ✈️ roles have in common with naval shipbuilding ⚓️ roles?

 

A] Transferable Skills

 

 

Find Us:

 

Visit our stand at the Edinburgh Air Show, in the Corporate Pavilion where we’ll have staff present across the two days ready to answer all your queries.

Event Times:

Saturday, 9 November 2019 from 10:00am to 5:00pm (gates from 9:00am)

Sunday, 10 November 2019 from 10:00am to 5:00pm (gates from 9:00am)

 

 

Event Location:

The Edinburgh Air Show will be held at RAAF Base Edinburgh, 25kms north of Adelaide.

 

 

Event Details:

 

The two-day event will showcase advances in aviation technology during the 100 years since Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smith made their epic flight from England to Australia.

 

The public will have a rare opportunity to see some of the Australian Defence Force’s most advanced military aircraft including the latest fifth generation fighter aircraft, the F-35A Lightning II, and Defence technologies in addition to historic and vintage aircraft.

 

For more event information, please visit http://www.airforce.gov.au/edinburghairshow2019.

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