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A one-day course for business and community leaders which will provide attendees with the fundamental knowledge required to understand the nuclear industry.
As Australia builds up for the AUKUS nuclear-powered submarine projects, you will gain a greater understanding of the nuclear industry. The Prime Minister has stated that AUKUS will be the largest industrial project in Australia’s history and will require “a whole of nation effort”
Gain first hand experience from the nuclear industry.
This intensive course has been designed by experienced nuclear professionals and is delivered in-person by seasoned nuclear experts. You will gain practical, actionable insights and guidance derived from years of industry experience while some myths about nuclear will be busted. The course content is revised regularly to remain up to date and reflect emerging technology and projects across the global nuclear sector.
Established to support the Commonwealth Government’s initiation of the Sovereign Guided Weapons and Explosive Ordnance (GWEO) Enterprise, in collaboration with the AUKUS Forum, the Missile Industries Corporation (MissileCorp) champions the cause by forging robust collaborations. Our industry networks span the width and breadth of Australia and around the world, ranging from state governments, esteemed academic institutions, nimble Australian Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs), to major Australian and international corporate giants.
At the Australian Explosives and Chemical Corporation, our expertise spans the full spectrum of industry. From the meticulous production and supply of explosives, advanced blasting systems, and specialised mining chemicals to our innovative geotechnical monitoring methods, we set the standard. Our cutting-edge digital solutions and exhaustive range of services further emphasise our commitment. With a sustainable approach at our core, we pioneer the way in responsibly mobilising the earth’s resources.
The Australian Government is working to establish a new A$15 billion financing vehicle to support Australia’s manufacturing industry. The National Reconstruction Fund will drive investments into priority areas of the Australian economy focussed on value adding and capability development to leverage Australia’s natural and competitive strengths. The Australian Government has announced target investment levels for several areas, including:
It will provide a range of financing options including loans, equity investment and guarantees.