Enrolments up as demand for skills grows

CQUniversity’s delivery of vocational education and training (VET) is bouncing back from the impacts of COVID-19, with the University seeing an almost 10 per cent increase in the number of unit enrolments compared to last year.


Research connections go global with Health Workforce Academy Conference

CQUniversity has teamed up with healthcare professionals from around the globe to host the first 2021 Health Workforce Academy Virtual Conference Beyond the research: Impact and translation to practice, in a two-day online event next week (21-22 April).


Lleyton accelerates his automotive mechanical aspirations with CQUni training

Lleyton Meyer is eager to put the pedal to the metal on his future career as automotive mechanics and CQUniversity’s VET training is lighting his way.


Youngsters get a taste for robotics and engineering at ATIC

CQUniversity Rockhampton’s Advanced Technology and Innovation Centre (ATIC) played host to some of the region’s most curious kids this week as part of an Engineering and Robotics Camp.


Professor Pierre Viljoen appointed BMA Chair of Automation and Future Work Skills

Professor Pierre Viljoen has been appointed as the inaugural BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) Chair of Automation and Future Work Skills at CQUniversity.


Latitia receives immense amount of learning support from CQUni while completing her BHP traineeship

Latitia Briggs always dreamed of working in a trade in the mining industry and CQUniversity’s Learning Support Services have helped her make that dream a reality.


Diakite digs around for solutions to mining conflict in developing countries

CQUniversity PhD (Offshore) candidate, Diakite Mory is determined to help large corporations and government bodies understand the social, cultural, and economic impacts of mining in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa.


Australian first STEM textbook set to equip and empower teachers

Australian pre and in-service teachers can now make integrated Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education a feature of their classroom practice.


Elderly falls assessment hits close to home for CQU researcher

For Dr Samantha Fien’s grandmother, even the simplest of tasks, like walking around her residential aged care facility, can prove extremely dangerous.