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BMT’s Introduction to Fleet Life Cycle Management Course
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BMT’s Introduction to Fleet Life Cycle Management Course
Date: February 2019 - Friday 22 February 2019
Location: Canberra ,

BMT’s, five-day Introduction to Fleet Life Cycle Management course covers all aspects of Naval, life cycle management. The modules provide detailed insight into Asset Management and its applications to naval ships and support systems in Defence’s maritime environment. 

The course presenters are some of Australia’s leading figures in the asset management community. They provide ‘real world’ education about the applicability of asset management to large and diverse organisations.

BMT is the currently the only Defence industry member of Australia's Asset Institute and uniquely brings together asset management expertise with a practical and pragmatic approach to Fleet Life Cycle Management. The course covers the implications of developing and implementing asset management to Defence and other specific programs.

This one-of-a-kind course covers a comprehensive array of theory and practical guidance for the consideration of Asset Management integration into existing and new Defence programs with specific emphasis on the following areas:

  • Asset Management System and Strategic Framework Models
  • Asset Management Strategy and Policy that best support Maritime programs
  • Holistic Life Cycle Planning that facilitates Operations & Maintenance
  • Development and Improvements to Usage and Upkeep Cycles
  • Upkeep, Update and Upgrade management across the Capability Life Cycle
  • Integration with Seaworthiness initiatives and Australian Maritime Logistics Doctrine
  • Technical, Business and Capability considerations at the ship, class and fleet levels.
Date: Wednesday 3 - Thursday 4 April 2019
Location: Sydney
Now in its 16th year, this flagship event for composite professionals features an outstanding speaker lineup against the backdrop of the world’s most stunning harbour. As always, the annual Advancing Composites Innovation conference is an opportunity to advance your knowledge, networks and your business, by joining the conversation with industry leaders and researchers at the forefront of new and emerging trends, science and materials. Presentations also feature solutions to the practical challenges encountered in business and manufacturing.  
Date: Tuesday 26 - Tuesday 26 February 2019
Location: Avalon Airshow
Are you looking to supply into the global markets of the defence primes? Do you think you are internationally competitive and have a product or service that may be of interest to the primes? The Centre for Defence Industry Capability is holding a Global Supply Chain (GSC) Program networking event at Avalon 2019, with representatives from Boeing, BAE Systems, Leidos, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Rheinmetall and Thales. Learn about the GSC Program, the capability areas of interest to the defence primes, and take advantage of the opportunity to introduce yourself to the primes. If you want to participate in global defence and commercial supply chains, you shouldn’t miss this opportunity.
Date: Monday 11 - Monday 11 February 2019
Location: Canberra
Chief Minister Andrew Barr and Minister Mick Gentleman invite you to the first CBR defence industry event of 2019. This event is an opportunity for the Canberra Region defence, space and cyber industries to meet and network with the ACT Government, the ACT Defence Industry Advisory Board members including ACT's Defence Ambassadors and to learn more about exporting from the Australian Defence Export Office and Defence Export Controls.  
Date: Wednesday 13 - Wednesday 13 February 2019
Location: ASPI, Canberra
The ASPI Women, Peace and Security Masterclass is a one-day intensive event that will give participants a strategic overview of the global challenges facing efforts to strengthen women, peace and security nearly 20 years since the adoption of the first Security Council resolution codifying the agenda in the year 2000. Following opening remarks from our keynote international speaker Clare Hutchinson, NATO Secretary General’s Special Representative for Women, Peace and Security, participants will hear from a range of WPS specialists from civil society, government, and the national security community who will talk on - and debate - a range of topics.
Date: Tuesday 26 - Thursday 28 March 2019
Location: LangKawi, Malaysia
LIMA is the largest show of its kind in the Asia Pacific region and a significant gateway to Asia-Pacific’s dynamic maritime and aerospace sectors. Contemporary Malaysian capability sought at LIMA 2019 are maritime and aerospace defence; shipbuilding and repair, maintenance repair and overhaul; helicopters, training and simulation; unmanned aerial and undersea surveillance; and safety and security and airport equipment. Since its inception in 1991, LIMA has been a popular trade show in the maritime and aerospace industries. Its insightful roundtables, conferences and dedicated business programs, combined with trademark air shows and maritime demonstrations makes LIMA 2019 a comprehensive trade event.

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