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The Centre for Engineering Leadership and Management and Young Engineers Australia have once again joined forces to present the 2012 Engineering Leadership Conference (ELC 2012).

With the extraordinary insights gained from ELC 2010 still fresh in our memory, it’s now time to diarise the next conference which is only 15 short months away.

The conference runs from 30 May 2012 to 2 June 2012 at the Adelaide Convention Centre, with workshops and technical tours on the first day, paper presentations, poster sessions and workshops on the two formal session days and a Conference social tour on the final day (Saturday).

The spirit of the 2010 conference and its outcomes have paved a path to this coming conference theme – Passing the Baton – Engineering Australia’s Future.

Specifically designed conference content and addresses by eminent international and local keynote speakers will focus on the global issues that will shape the future of our industry in the 21st C.

As emerging leaders learn and develop their skills based upon the experience of others, the intelligence growth of our industry relies more and more on substantial and robust business events such as the Engineering Leadership Conference.  It will deliver on the theme as resolutely as the last conference.

Add the website www.elc2012.org to your favourites and visit regularly for updates and information on conference content, keynote speakers, registration details and special announcements.

Make sure to fast forward you diary to 30 May 2012 - 2 June 2012 and mark the dates for the Engineering Leadership Conference. It's not to be missed!

All further enquiries please contact the Conference Office:

Phone: +61 7 3844 1138



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Please download the Sponsorship and Industry Showcase Prospectus

For further information on sponsorship and industry showcase opportunities please contact the Conference Office on
+61 7 3844 1138 or elc2012@icms.com.au


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