More than 30 NRL School to Work and Souths Cares Nanga Mai Marri program graduates…
Real communication has always been important in business, but why is it needed now more than ever before? By GABRIELLE DOLAN.
A student’s physical environment is important, but their virtual one is becoming more so, writes JAMIE ATHERTON.
The rapidly changing face of technology requires leaders to be adaptable and have a host of different skills. Facility managers are no exception to this, writes MARIE-CLAIRE ROSS.
In workplace change management, how important is the IT lead and what is their role? KAREN SKILLINGS reports on technology, IT and the change manager.
Mandatory changes to electrical safety measures aim to make electrical conditions as safe as possible for the public and workers in the electrical industry.
Some of Australia’s largest facilities management and project management companies – BIGS, Cushman & Wakefield, Evolve FM and Hutchinson Builders – have offered 15 apprenticeships to the students in the NRL Indigenous School to Work (S2W) program.
KAREN SKILLINGS discusses experiential learning and the little talked about ‘lessons learned workshops’, which help to avoid the mistakes we’ve made in previous designs, or simply help us do it better.
Virtual reality technology is being used to teach refrigeration students in South Australia how to identify workplace hazards in real-world settings from the safety of the classroom.
Part of the infrastructure needed to accommodate population growth is in education. Schools and schoolchildren need water, and a great way to deliver this is via a filtration system, writes ADRIAN CUGNETTO.