The Requirements of High Intensity Warfare
The Requirements of High Intensity Warfare
Date: March 2018 - Thursday 22 March 2018
Location: National Gallery of Australia ,

Most Air Force and senior military leaders in the western world begin their military careers either around or shortly after the Falkland Wars which were watched globally as an epic air, sea, and amphibious campaign; conventionally fought at the ends of the earth and at the end of an immense supply chain for the British Forces. The decades that followed saw warfare in the Balkans and Middle East, and counter insurgency operations in Afghanistan; warfare very different from that postured for during the cold war, and exercised in high end air combat exercises.

The Australian Defence White Paper 2016 and the associated Force Structure Review was written to an Office of National Assessment Strategic Environment to 2035 against this paradigm, whilst recognizing impending change. The subsequent rate of change in global security has shocked even pessimistic observers and we face the heightened risk of high intensity, non-permissive air environments non-discretionary wars”.

Date: Monday 6 - Friday 10 August 2018
Location: Adelaide
This course is ideal for anyone currently working or considering working with submarines; offering a comprehensive design and operational appreciation of conventional submarine technologies. This course is accredited by the Royal Institution of Naval Architects. Since its inception in 2009, this Australian course has earned a reputation for providing delegates with practical and current knowledge and is an important collaboration between BMT and other submarine experts from around the world. The network of presenters provides significant professional development and networking opportunities for those working in the submarine industry.  
Date: Wednesday 27 - Wednesday 27 June 2018
Location: 8 Thomas Street, Chatswood, NSW
Since being appointed as a Major Service Provider to Defence’s Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG), Team Downer has been taking our SME Roadshow around Australia to meet with Small to Medium Enterprises (SME), and Small Businesses that are currently working in, or seeking to enter the Defence Sector.  The Team Downer consortium includes Downer Group, AGIS, DXC Technology, SYSTRA Scott Lister, Envista and Providence Consulting. Together, we have already established delivery teams in support of Major Integrated Work Partner contracts now in place, with just under 40% of that work being carried out by SME just like yours. This demand coming out of CASG is growing and we need to connect with you to help us deliver this work.   Team Downer is committed to involving Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) to deliver services and capability to Defence. That means connecting your business to Defence work into the future.  Our MSP model has been developed to build relationships with Australian Industry and give you a more stable and steady flow of Defence work to support your business in the long term. Team Downer is committed to extending this relationship by helping you develop your business and the capabilities of your valued people.   Team Downer extends you a warm invitation to our SME Engagement Roadshow in Sydney on 27 June 2018 designed to reach out to connect to you, the SME community. We invite you to talk to us about our objectives and how we can work together to equip and sustain the ADF with world-class capability. Roadshows will be conducted in conjunction with our affiliated partners including Australian Industry Defence Network (AIDN), Engineers Australia (EA), Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS), Project Management Institute (PMI), the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation Australia (CILTA) and other official professional bodies. This is an exciting opportunity as we embark on the next generation of service delivery to Defence.   Please confirm your registration and attendance to this event by clicking on the reply link within the invitation and sending an email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloak3b0f67b45baedcd927f9aafc2973bf90').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addy3b0f67b45baedcd927f9aafc2973bf90 = 'teamdownermsp' + '@'; addy3b0f67b45baedcd927f9aafc2973bf90 = addy3b0f67b45baedcd927f9aafc2973bf90 + 'downergroup' + '.' + 'com'; var addy_text3b0f67b45baedcd927f9aafc2973bf90 = 'teamdownermsp' + '@' + 'downergroup' + '.' + 'com';document.getElementById('cloak3b0f67b45baedcd927f9aafc2973bf90').innerHTML += ''+addy_text3b0f67b45baedcd927f9aafc2973bf90+'';
Date: Thursday 31 - Thursday 31 May 2018
Location: Royal Automobile Club of Australia, Sydney
The International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) 74th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit will be held in Sydney from 3-5 June 2018. Over 1,000 aviation leaders from IATA’s member airlines, industry stakeholders, strategic partners and media are expected to attend the event, which is hosted by Qantas. In advance of the IATA AGM, Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s Director General and CEO, will share his perspectives on the state of the airline industry, the aviation situation in Australia, and what is needed to grow aviation as the business of freedom. RSVP: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloakb67f7f3f7fdc10cbde177ddefb0fe6bb').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addyb67f7f3f7fdc10cbde177ddefb0fe6bb = 'info' + '@'; addyb67f7f3f7fdc10cbde177ddefb0fe6bb = addyb67f7f3f7fdc10cbde177ddefb0fe6bb + 'pressclub' + '.' + 'org' + '.' + 'au'; var addy_textb67f7f3f7fdc10cbde177ddefb0fe6bb = 'info' + '@' + 'pressclub' + '.' + 'org' + '.' + 'au';document.getElementById('cloakb67f7f3f7fdc10cbde177ddefb0fe6bb').innerHTML += ''+addy_textb67f7f3f7fdc10cbde177ddefb0fe6bb+'';
Date: Thursday 30 - Thursday 30 August 2018
Location: Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley
The 2018 Defence Conference will focus on the development of regional innovation and collaborative commercial opportunities relevant to Land, Sea and Air Defence. The conference facilities will be configured so attendees can engage dedicated break-out areas. The aim is to drive collaboration and engagement between Defence Primes and the regions SME’s, in order to further develop their understanding of their respective roles and requirements in delivering optimal Defence outcomes.
Date: Tuesday 29 - Tuesday 29 May 2018
Location: Engineers Australia Sydney
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