About the PPIR Program
Program history and team
The PPIR Program commenced as a project of The Warren Centre in June 2007. The project was funded by sponsors to research, workshop and provide a strategy to address specific concerns in the engineering profession and industry. In November 2009 The Warren Centre launched the report, Professional Performance Innovation and Risk in Australian Engineering Practice. During the period 2010 to 2014, extensive work was undertaken by volunteer teams to promote the PPIR philosophy, and to develop, document and trial the engineer training and industry adoption programs associated with the PPIR Program.
Following the completion of the development phases in April 2015, the PPIR Program is being introduced broadly for adoption by the Australian engineering industry and profession.
The PPIR Program is run under the auspices of The Warren Centre through the PPIR Advisory Board, which includes The Warren Centre executives, consultant/trainers, and non-executive members. This core team coordinates the activities of the PPIR Program together with the input of a broad group of volunteers, industry champions and supporting associations.
The Warren Centre
The Warren Centre brings industry, government and academia together to create thought leadership in engineering, technology, and innovation. We constantly challenge legal, environmental, social and political paradigms to open possibilities for innovation and technology and build a better future.
The Warren Centre advocates for the importance of science, technology and innovation. Its 30 years’ experience of leading the conversation through projects, promotion, and independent advice drives Australian entrepreneurship and economic growth.
PROGRAM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
A professional engineer with 25 years of experience in manufacturing, technology development, project management, contracts management and change management. Due to long term international assignments, Ashley holds professional licences, chartered status and engineering credentials in the US, UK, continental Europe and Australia. Ashley is Executive Director of The Warren Centre.
Alex is responsible for delivering The Warren Centre’s programs in line with the strategic plan and ensuring the success of projects. Prior to joining The Warren Centre, Alex was responsible for sustainability at DEXUS Property Group. Alex holds a Master of Environmental Law, Business and Management, a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment.
A senior executive with leadership experience across strategic, business development, commercial and legal functions in the engineering, utilities, infrastructure, services and construction industries. Christine had a leading role in the development of PPIR from 2007 to 2015, including five years as Director PPIR, and provides strong continuity from the PPIR development phase.
PROGRAM DEVELOPER & TRAINER
A professional engineer with over 40 years experience in project development, project management, corporate management and change management. He was involved, from 2010, in a broad range of activities within the PPIR communications and project delivery teams. John has a key role in development and delivery of training and change management programs within the PPIR Program.
A professional engineer, project manager, management consultant, auditor and trainer, with over 30 years experience in the infrastructure sector. Since 2010, he has been a team member, training coordinator and trainer within the PPIR project team. Brendyn also brings extensive experience as a senior office holder in professional associations within the engineering profession.
A professional engineer with extensive senior executive experience, including Director, Australian Industry Capability, Defence Materiel Organisation. He is Past President of Engineers Australia, Canberra Division. Denton brings to the PPIR Project strong understanding of industry, government and professional associations.
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