UpcomingSA Young Professionals’ Network Launch

  • 23/08/2018
    5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

South Australia now has many young people engaged in the transport planning and traffic engineering industry.  This event will bring these up and coming industry leaders together to launch the AITPM SA Young Professionals’ Network. You are invited to join us to help kick start this group that will bring together young professionals in the transport sector on an ongoing basis to create a strong network for professional development, networking and social functions.

This event will enable you to meet and network with fellow young people and hear from speakers on the opportunities within the industry and the support that AITPM can provide in your career.

Guest Speaker

Paul Gelston, ex- Chief Operating Officer, Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI)

AITPM Speakers

  • Andrew Leedham, Past National President, AITPM
  • Paul Froggatt, SA Branch President, AITPM
  • Ashlee Ferencz, 2017 Young Professional Award Winner

Paul Gelston will share his experiences from his career at DPTI and the career development and mentoring roles that he supported within DPTI.

Andrew Leedham and Paul Froggatt will provide more details on AITPM and the activities that are organised to assist and support professional development and career progression.

Ashlee Ferencz will talk about the opportunities and benefits that AITPM has provided in the early stages of her career.

There will also be some activities to help you get to know your fellow traffic and transport professionals in South Australia.

Come along to build your network or simply to meet peers and other industry professionals.

This is a free event for members and non – members so simply click on the registration link and fill in your details.

Location

Venue:  

Address:
Grenfell Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Price Qty
AITPM Membershow details + $0.00 (AUD)  
Non Membershow details + $0.00 (AUD)  

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