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Enhancing the quality of life for all Queensland communities

We invite you to join us for regular online presentations on issues affecting our sector and continuous 
professional development.

Public Works TV (PW-TV) offers sector-wide engagement across three online channels:


  1. The popular Tech Talks are informative discussions with industry experts to provide depth across a range of technical areas. 
  2. The Emerging Professionals channel canvases topical issues relevant for public works professionals at an early to mid-career stage. 
  3. Women In Engineering speaks to the unique challenges that may emerge for this otherwise under-represented community.
Find programs of direct relevance to your career stage and level of expertise in the PW-TV Guide below.

Prices:

Members: Complimentary

Non-Members: $100, annual PW-TV subscription (includes access to all channels to 30/06/2021)

                         OR

                         $30 per episode 

PW-TV Guide

 PW-TV Channel
Episode
Presenters
Date
 TechTalks
Paul Adams, Chair, Concrete Pipe Association Australia (CPAA) Paul Adams, Chair, Concrete Pipe Association Australia (CPAA)
 9 April 2021
 TechTalks
 Waltzing Matilda Project 
 PeakServices 
TechTalks
Improving Stabilisation Outcomes 
TBC
28 April 2021
TechTalks 
Critical Thinking
12 May 2021
TechTalks 
Development Assessment- Tips and Tricks
2 June 2021
TechTalks
Agile Skills for Future Public Works Priorities
TBC
July 2021
Emerging Professionals 
Managing Upwards
TBC
9 June 2021
Women in Engineering 
International Women in Engineering Day 
Else Shepherd 
23 June 2021
Watch live and participate in the discussion. All PW-TV episodes are recorded and accessible at any time subsequent to their initial screening through The Knowledge Centre.
 

Contact the team:

Previously on PW-TV:

Craig Moss

Director, Professional Services

Contact Craig with any suggestions for TechTalk topics.

Danni McBride

Engagement Coordinator

Contact Danni with any suggestions for Women in Engineering or Emerging Professionals topics.
Episode
 Presenters
 Date
Dale Carnegie Training
March 2021
 Dr. Neal Lake
Feb 2021
  BPEQ Powers
Kylie Mercer
Craig Mills
Feb 2021
The Secret Job Market 
Aaron Meehan
Sean Rice 
Feb 2021
Emerald Airport
Dean Catterall
Feb 2021
How to Present Confidently
Juliet Schaffer
Feb 2021
How to Write a Technical Paper and Conference Presentation 
Juliet Schaffer
Jan 2021
Coastal Engineering 
Paul Prenzler, Coordinator Beaches and Giovanni Rapana, Senior Project Manager, Transport and Infrastructure and colleague, City of Gold Coast
Jan 2021
Oops, That Was Close!
Amanda Yeates 
Angela Fry 
Kristan Duthie
Dec 2020
How to Create your Networks
Janine Garner
Dec 2020
What is corrupt conduct in relation to professional engineering services?
Paxton Booth, 
Corruption Strategy, Prevention and Legal, CCC
Nov 2020
Back to Basics: Contracts 
McCullough Robertson Lawyers
Oct 2020
Native Title – lessons from Timber Creek
Mark Lamont 
Oct 2020
Creating Professional Development Opportunities
Clarissa Campbell
Delia Atkinson
Craig Young 
Teagan Dowler 
Sep 2020
Are Your Footpaths Putting You at Risk?
Kipp Richter, Danley 
Sep 2020
What Got You Here, Won't Get You There
Tanya Konigsberger,
Dale Carnegie
Sep 2020
Engineering a Sustainable Future
Dr Kim Polistina
Aug 2020
Asphalt reinforcement with HaTelit and SamiGrid technology
Zehra Kaya, Huesker
Aug 2020
IWED Virtual Lunch #ShapeTheWorld
Keynotes + panel discussion
Jun 2020
Toowoomba City Council Business Continuity (COVID-19)
Mike Brady, Toowoomba Regional Council
Jun 2020
A2K Technologies demonstrate the new app iTWOsafe
Paul Laycock, A2K
May 2020
Public Works TV #3
Lydia Daly, McCullough Robertson
May 2020
City of Gold Coast Business Continuity and the COVID-19 virus
Alton Twine, Gold Coast City Council
Apr 2020
Public Works TV #1
Glenda Kirk, Mareeba Shire Council
Apr 2020