Canberra-based company wins US Marine contracts

Eggler Technology Training announced that it has secured a number of professional development training contracts with the US Marine Corps.

The Canberra-based SME will deliver the specialised military vehicle technology professional development training programs to the USMC later in 2019.


“This is a significant achievement for the company and continues to build Eggler’s reputation as a world leading Australian defence exporter of high-technology, military professional development training program and courses,” said Eggler Technology managing director Mark Eggler.

The advanced version of the course offered by Eggler "provides participants with a detailed understanding of the key technical issues associated with the design and specification of modern armoured and logistic vehicles. Participants explore in greater detail the fundamentals of military vehicle technology through a series of focused tutorial activities".

Eggler Technology Training specialises in high technology online and class-delivered military education and training programs.

The company was established in 2016, and "regularly" exports its specialist military technology and systems engineering professional development training program to both governments and defence companies across the globe, and has delivered training services to over 1,000 students.

Eggler said that its training programs are "designed for anyone needing the most current, practice-based knowledge to solve complex system design problems of today and tomorrow".

"Both the capability design and system engineering workshops are highly effective in the design of social and technology based systems. We teach proven methods to unpick complexity and bring clarity to the design of new health systems or transport systems or complex defence systems or whatever your design need is," reads the SME's website.

In just under a fortnight (28 February), Eggler will launch the world's first online Diploma of Military Vehicle Technology Design.

Canberra-based company wins US Marine contracts
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