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The fourth webinar of our Membership Matters series will explore the art of networking and give you advice on how to develop your confidence and capability in this vital skill. PLEASE NOTE: the date for this event is now Tuesday, 2 May.

When: May 2, 2017
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The Barossa Valley – Wine Country or Water Country: An insight into water and wastewater.

When: May 4, 2017
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The Young Water Professionals (YWP) Mentoring program is back in WA by popular demand! In this facilitated program, you will be paired up with a water industry mentor. You will be guided throughout the program to get the most out of your mentor/mentee relationship.

When: May 4, 2017
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Join us for breakfast with the The Hon Jeremy Rockcliff, Deputy Premier, Minister for Education and Training, Minister for Primary Industries and Water at Salamanca Inn, Battery Point. The Minister will address key water issues currently facing Tasmania.

When: May 9, 2017
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The May QLD Technical meeting will explore the wastewater process upgrades at luggage point and at Kingaroy who have implemented the Nerada system.

When: May 10, 2017
Where: South Brisbane, QLD
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Be prepared for knowledge exchange, networking opportunities, and your best chance for professional development at the Australian Water Association’s Young Water Professional Program running in conjunction with the Ozwater’17 National Conference held in Sydney NSW.

When: May 15–17, 2017
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Ozwater is the Australian Water Association’s national and international water conference and trade exhibition and Australia’s premier event on the water calendar. Returning to Sydney in 2017 to a brand new, state-of-the-art venue, thousands of water professionals from across Australia and internationally will unite in Australia’s biggest city to usher in a new dawn for Australia’s water security.

When: May 16–18, 2017
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Dams are built to control and store water for farm use to hydro electricity generation. Hear from a wide range of speakers how these vital assets are maintained.

When: May 25, 2017
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Join us for the 2017 Annual Ball

When: May 26, 2017
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The problems facing the water industry are complex and inter-related. How can we use technology to gather and act on information in an automated fashion to improve the reliability, sustainability and efficiency of that network

When: June 6, 2017
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Providing young engineers and water industry professionals with an understanding of leadership and management.

When: June 9, 2017
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'Turning Disruption into Positive Transformation' The aim of this event ‘Turning Disruption into Positive Transformation’ is to expose disruption at a personal, corporate and global water industry level, and to provide the tools for young water professionals to navigate this changing environment. The day will comprise of three interactive sessions that will engage delegates and provide practical tools and thought provoking... Details
When: June 15, 2017
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Don't miss Part 2 of the annual seminar series for Young Water Professionals in Victoria - "Aboriginal Water"

When: June 15, 2017
Where: Melbourne CBD
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Water security a key driver of our nation’s health and prosperity and a strong advocacy area for AWA. The Australian community needs certainty that its water needs will be met now and into the future, including safe and affordable drinking water, water to support industry and agriculture, water management to create liveable communities and water for the environment. Balancing these needs across sectors and borders is a challenge for us and our leaders. Be part of this important... Details
When: June 22, 2017
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What are the possibilities for the future of the water industry with the collection of big data and the internet of things? Do we understand the risks? What policy is needed and what are the ethical considerations? This year’s Water Conference will look at the intersection between the future of smart technology and ethics as we proceed towards securing our water future. We will explore current and future possibilities of smart water systems, the opportunities and risks of big data ... Details
When: June 22, 2017
Where: Perth, WA