Caroline Morrissey

Gen Z: Qld’s resources sector needs you

Queensland’s resources sector is on the hunt for at least 50 Gen Z students to register their interest in studying mining engineering as part of a campaign to address a chronic skills shortage.
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Golden opportunity to design for mines

More than 30 year-9 students from Ayr and Home Hill state high schools will go for gold in a Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) ‘Beakers.Bots.Build’ workshop today (16 June). 
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Let’s get digital! 

Moranbah students will hack into the digital world today when renowned digital technologies educator Dr Damien Kee comes to town, thanks to the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) and Arrow Energy.   About 40 students will take part in the My ...
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Burdekin students know the drill 

More than 20 students from Ayr and Home Hill state high schools will learn the drill when they take part in Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA)’s ‘On the Tools’ workshop this week (15-17 ...
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Mining BIG ideas in Blackwater 

Blackwater students and teachers will this week take a deep dive into the world of digital design and technology to better understand how these tools are used in the resources sector.  
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CQ students and teachers launch into digital world

It was  all drones, coding and 3D printing at Moranbah East and Moranbah state schools this week when Arrow energy hosted Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) workshops for 40 students and almost 80 teachers.  The teachers took ...
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