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The skills required by the water industry have also changed. From an industry dominated by engineers, we now find skills in economics, law, public policy, ecology, planning, public consultation, & conflict resolution is all necessary. Peter Cullen, Water Planning Workshop, August 2007
Each year, the Trust and our sponsors contribute over $300,000 towards developing leaders who improve Australia’s water and environment management. We are an apolitical, non-lobbying entity which does not advocate for any singular position.
Applications are now open for a new leadership training program for women in Victoria who work in organisations related to water and catchment management.
The program is based on and additional to the Trust's Science-to-Policy Leadership Program.
Applications are open until c.o.b. Wednesday 27 July.
Only for women
Only in Victoria
Only for applications through employers or sponsors.
Full details are in the brochure and application form here.
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BRIDGING Newsletter Autumn 2016 (1161 KB)
In this latest issue of BRIDGING (no. 16, Spring-summer 2015), you can read about:
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