Transformation of the Aerospace & Aviation Sector

Skills graduates need to be work ready

Join us for a global webinar with industry leaders in the aerospace and aviation sector on the skills graduates need to be work ready.

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the global aerospace and aviation sector into an unprecedented crisis.​​

​Our global webinar on the Transformation of the Aerospace and Aviation Sector will see leaders from RMIT’s global alumni community share their insights as the sector works through the impact of this crisis, covering topics including:​

  • ​The current trends and dynamics in the sector, such as mergers, business model transformation and digitalisation.​
  • The skills graduates need to be work ready in this new environment.​
  • What the future looks like beyond the crisis.​

​Speakers will share their personal journey from graduating from RMIT to today and their views on how the industry is transforming.​

The discussion will be followed by a Q&A session. You can submit questions to the speakers ahead of the event as part of your event registration.

This event is open to RMIT’s global community of current and future students, staff and alumni.

Meet the speakers

  • Caddy Qiu: Principal Strategic Development Manager of Asia Pacific Collins Aerospace
  • Jim Parashos: Executive General Manager - Aviation Development and Partnerships, Brisbane Airport Corporation
  • Andrew Muirhead: Vice President & Head of the Product Division Original Equipment Innovation, Lufthansa Technik AG
  • Dr. Matthew Marino: Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering, Aerospace Engineering and Aviation, RMIT University
  • Linda Spurr: Non Executive Director, Deputy Chair, Chair Board Audit & Risk Committee, Aviation/Aerospace Australia

 

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