Topic: Training

Navy Engineers of the future relish world class training and education

This article has photo gallery Published on by MIDN Jack Meadows (author), LSIS James McDougall (photographer)

Weapons Electrical Engineer in-training Midshipman Rebecca Gonchee tests electrical resistance using a multimeter on her self-built breadboard at the Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra. (photo: LSIS James McDougall)

Weapons Electrical Engineer in-training Midshipman Rebecca Gonchee tests electrical resistance using a multimeter on her self-built breadboard at the Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra.

University of New South Wales (UNSW) Australian Defence Force Academy's (ADFA) first virtual Open Day is now underway until Saturday 22 August 2020.

Junior officers take to the sea under sail in STS Young Endeavour

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Nic Hawkins (author)

Maritime Warfare Officer Course participants on deck aboard STS Young Endeavour. (photo: )

Maritime Warfare Officer Course participants on deck aboard STS Young Endeavour.

Maritime Warfare Officers recently completed their first at sea training program in the Royal Australian Navy’s Sail Training Ship Young Endeavour.

Father and son, achieving the family dream

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Dave Devlin (author), ABIS Bonny Gassner (photographer)

Recruit Paul Inglis stands proudly with his son Seaman James Inglis on completion of his graduation ceremony from General Entry 381 Rogers Division held at Recruit School, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria. (photo: ABIS Bonny Gassner)

Recruit Paul Inglis stands proudly with his son Seaman James Inglis on completion of his graduation ceremony from General Entry 381 Rogers Division held at Recruit School, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.

Many sons and daughters follow in the footsteps of their parents, particularly those with long, proud family military histories. In the case of the Inglis family from Woree in Queensland, dad has chosen to follow his son’s journey into the Royal Australian Navy.

Trip of a lifetime for second-year Marine Engineer

Published on by CMDR Simon Patching (author)

Marine Engineering Officer Sub Lieutenant Phil Margot during his Jeanne d’Arc training deployment exchange posting with the French Navy. (photo: )

Marine Engineering Officer Sub Lieutenant Phil Margot during his Jeanne d’Arc training deployment exchange posting with the French Navy.

By direct-entry Marine Engineering Officer Sub Lieutenant Phil Margot has been on a training exchange with the French Navy since January, as part of the Jeanne d’Arc training deployment.

Two careers are better than one for dedicated Submarine officer

Published on by LEUT Tony White (author), CPOIS Damian Pawlenko (photographer)

Marine Engineering Officer Submariner Lieutenant Steven Ashworth is looking to qualify as both a Warfare Officer and an Engineering Officer aboard our submarines. (photo: CPOIS Damian Pawlenko)

Marine Engineering Officer Submariner Lieutenant Steven Ashworth is looking to qualify as both a Warfare Officer and an Engineering Officer aboard our submarines.

A common challenge faced by HR departments the world over is the modern trend of people wanting to have several careers over the course of their working lives, a challenge shared by Defence Forces.

Seven ships sail as Fleet gets back to training

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), POIS James Whittle (photographer), LSIS Ronnie Baltoft (photographer), ABIS Thomas Sawtell (photographer)

HMA Ships Stuart (foreground), Hobart and Canberra (background) depart Fleet Base East in Sydney for a period of Force Integrated Training. (photo: ABIS Benjamin Ricketts)

HMA Ships Stuart (foreground), Hobart and Canberra (background) depart Fleet Base East in Sydney for a period of Force Integrated Training.

Seven warships sailed in the past week from Navy’s Fleet Base East and Fleet Base West to undertake a range of training activities to test newly upgraded systems and exercise as part of a Maritime Task Group.

Navy’s global engineering credibility set to soar

This article has photo gallery Published on by Mr Kurravi Piggott (author), LSIS Tara Byrne (photographer), LSIS James McDougall (photographer)

Director General Engineering - Navy, Commodore Colin Dagg, CSC, RAN, right, explains to Lieutenant Michael Zgoznik the benefits of Navy's new partnership with one of Australia's top professional engineering associations, Engineers Australia. (photo: LSIS James McDougall)

Director General Engineering - Navy, Commodore Colin Dagg, CSC, RAN, right, explains to Lieutenant Michael Zgoznik the benefits of Navy's new partnership with one of Australia's top professional engineering associations, Engineers Australia.

Navy’s global credibility is set to thrive with the skills and knowledge of more engineering personnel to be acknowledged internationally. In a new agreement with Engineers Australia, Royal Australian Navy Senior Technical Sailors and Engineers can now receive global accreditation.

Second naval officer attends Army’s Geospatial Officers’ Course

Published on by LEUT Mollie Burns (author)

Navy Lieutenant Andrew Taylor, second from right, with classmates of the Army’s Geospatial Officers’ Course at Holsworthy Barracks, Sydney. The course was conducted from February to April 2020. Image was taken before distancing requirements were put in place. (photo: )

Navy Lieutenant Andrew Taylor, second from right, with classmates of the Army’s Geospatial Officers’ Course at Holsworthy Barracks, Sydney. The course was conducted from February to April 2020. Image was taken before distancing requirements were put in place.

The second Royal Australian Navy participant of the Army’s Geospatial Officers’ Course recently graduated from the Defence Force School of Intelligence at Holsworthy Barracks in Sydney.

Cerberus continues to graduate the next generation

Published on by LEUT Dave Devlin (author), ABIS Bonny Gassner (photographer)

Recruit George Oram, left, and his brother Seaman Electronic Technician Trainee Jack Oram at Recruit School, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria. (photo: ABIS Bonny Gassner)

Recruit George Oram, left, and his brother Seaman Electronic Technician Trainee Jack Oram at Recruit School, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.

The Royal Australian Navy Recruit Training School recently farewelled 137 graduates from General Entry 380 Shipp Division, after 11 weeks of initial entry training, at HMAS Cerberus in Victoria.

Climate-shock not enough to stop Dalby’s London-born Boatswains Mate

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Thomas Silburn Evans (author)

Able Seaman Boatswains Mate William Roberts, whose love of the sea led him to join the Royal Australian Navy in 2016. (photo: )

Able Seaman Boatswains Mate William Roberts, whose love of the sea led him to join the Royal Australian Navy in 2016.

For Able Seaman Boatswains Mate William Roberts, joining the Royal Australian Navy to spend a career sailing the ocean has been a lifelong pursuit that has stretched halfway across the world.