Workplace Mentors Provide Beneficial Support for CPEE Students: Semester 1, 2020
One of the final units that students undertake in their Centre for Pavement Engineering Education (CPEE) higher education programs is a capstone unit involving a project relevant to their work with support from a formal work-based mentor – student link.
For Semester 1, 2020 we would like to acknowledge the valuable help given by the following mentors to the success of our students who studied the Industry Research unit or the Work Based Project unit:
- Martin Anderson: Principal Engineer, Program Delivery and Operations, Department of Transport and Main Roads, Queensland
- Paul Constance: Senior Asset Engineer, Flinders Ports, SA\
- Alan Davies: Contracts Manager, Lendlease, WA
- Max Dobbie: Senior Management Accountant, Campbelltown City Council, NSW
- Graeme Hawes: Manager Transport and Drainage Infrastructure Planning, Mackay Regional Council, Queensland
- Patrick Knight: Development Engineer, Ballina Shire Council, NSW
- Stace Lewer: Manager Assets, Wingecarribee Shire Council, NSW
- Ivan Mihaljevic: Principal Engineer, Kamen Engineering, NSW
- Dr Michael Moffatt: National Leader Future Transport Infrastructure, ARRB, Victoria
- Michael Triffett: Manager Project and Portfolio Management, City of Hobart, Tasmania
- Troy Williamson: Manager Assets, Shire of Dardanup, WA
Workplace mentors play an important role in this unit by keeping in contact with students throughout the semester, using their expertise and experience to provide valuable feedback and guidance. Workplace mentors also assist the CPEE Unit Chair grade the final reports produced by students.
Our special thanks to all current and previous mentors, who make a very positive contribution towards our students successfully completing their units.