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Blended Design and Project Based Learning: a future for engineering education
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Tuesday, December 8 • 8:50am - 9:15am
Industry Plenary Presentation

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Historically, the energy industry can be characterised as being relatively stable and predictable. However,
the past decade has seen considerable c
hange due to global economic pressures, the rise of renewable
energy and associated technologies, including solar and battery technology, customer expectations and
regulatory challenges.
As such, the need for engineering graduates equipped with the skills
to creatively and
effectively work with companies as they transform is paramount. To foster and shape these graduates, it is
critically important that industry and academic institutions work in partnership to attract the brightest and
best engineering stu
In the context of the conference theme, partnering with industry must also extend to supporting the
development of top class design/project
based courses.
By leveraging strong industry and academic
institutional partnerships, we will be securing A
ustralia’s energy industry now and into the future.

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Mr Nino Ficca

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), Deakin University Graduate Diploma in Management, Deakin University Advanced Management Programme, Harvard Business School, USA
Nino has over 30 years’ experience in the energy industry, including numerous senior management roles with AusNet Transmission Group Pty Ltd (formerly SPI PowerNet Pty Ltd) including as Managing Director since 2003. Nino is a Director of Energy Networks Association Limited and a member of the National Energy Market Operations Committee.He is Chair of the Deakin University Engineering Advisory Board. Nino serves as a Member of the Australian... Read More →

Tuesday December 8, 2015 8:50am - 9:15am
Great Ocean Ballroom RACV Torquay, MAP C2

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