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As someone involved with The Warren Centre’s PPIR: Professional Performance project, we’d like to update you on some important recent developments. We have had the PPIR Protocol reviewed by legal experts to ensure it is well-aligned to the concepts of professional responsibility and standard of care. This process has informed Revision 3 of the PPIR […]

The Warren Centre hosted Bret Walker SC on Wednesday 30 November for a lecture on Professional Performance in Engineering and how professional standards of care fit within the framework of Australian law. Mr Walker spoke on the heavy responsibility for life that engineers bear, comparing the profession’s situation and best practice to that of medical […]

La Trobe University’s School of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences will integrate The Warren Centre’s PPIR program into its undergraduate engineering course curriculum. This is a major step forward in the introduction of Professional Performance to the tertiary education sector. Subject lecturer and industry project coordinator, Eddie Custovic, explains “We have incorporated Professional Performance into our […]

In a first for tertiary institutions, the PPIR Protocol for Professional Performance will be introduced in the ENGG1111 Integrated Engineering course at the University of Sydney in both semesters in 2016. The program will reach almost all first year engineering undergraduates. The Warren Centre’s PPIR Protocol was written as part of the PPIR Program to define how […]

In December 2015, Ashley Brinson and John Nurse from the PPIR team attended the Australian Association of Engineering Educators (AAEE) conference at Deakin University’s Geelong campus. Ashley and John ran a workshop on the PPIR Program and engaged with engineering educators on the potential application of the PPIR Program within engineering education. These interactions were extremely valuable and […]

The PPIR Program was presented at the latest in a series of panel sessions being run by The Warren Centre under the banner IP30, which addresses the need for improved infrastructure productivity to achieve potential savings of $30 billion a year. PPIR Advisory Board member John Nurse described how PPIR had been developed by an independent […]

PPIR is a change plan aimed at improving individual, team and contractual performance in engineering. At its core is the PPIR Protocol for Performance, a good practice standard for all professional engineers. We are now 12 months into the Mobilisation Phase of the PPIR project. To date we have held 15 training workshops and a […]

TransGrid and The Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering have joined forces to try and find innovative ways in which to lift performance outcomes in all areas of engineering in this country. One of Australia’s major electricity transmission networks, TransGrid is a key player in The Warren Centre’s Professional Performance, Innovation and Risk (PPIR) project. The […]

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