Defence Teaming Centre announces South Australian award winners
The Naval Shipbuilding College congratulates the winners of the South Australian Defence Teaming Centre Awards recently announced in Adelaide.
The annual awards evening was held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on July 4.
REDARC Electronics, Form Cut and IntelliParticle combined to win the Teaming Award while Data to Decisions CRC and APC Technology were the other two winners announced on the night.
Audra McCarthy, CEO of the Defence Teaming Centre, said the awards night was a reflection of the growth of Defence related industry in South Australia.
“It was a great result to host a record number of 665 guests at our awards evening,’’ she said.
“Australian businesses are quickly identifying the real opportunities that exist across the country by working with the Defence industry.
“The Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise is creating an enormous amount of excitement with small to medium enterprises with the Naval Shipbuilding College supporting these businesses to identify and skill the workforce they require.
“We are delighted to have the Naval Shipbuilding College as a major sponsor of the DTC Awards.’’
College Program Director Bill Docalovich said the College was committed to working closely with small to medium enterprises across Australia to support them in their workforce requirements.
“The College is helping create and sustain the energy within the Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise by supporting the hundreds of small to medium enterprises across Australia and by partnering with the Defence Teaming Centre,’’ he said.
“The Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise will provide meaningful employment and ongoing career opportunities across a broad range of skills and experiences for future generations.
“Around 10,000 jobs are expected to be created through SME’s involved with the Enterprise over the next decade.
“We’re continuing to work closely with the national training and education provider network to help ensure that industry’s demand for professional and skilled workers is met.’’