Part-timers and casuals, those on maternity/paternity leave and between jobs, are welcome to apply for the BILT ANZ Scholarships program.
As part of building a more diverse community, BILT ANZ is offering scholarships for individuals from Australia or New Zealand to attend the BILT ANZ 2019 conference from 23–25 May in Melbourne. All participants will have the chance to step out of their daily routines; build new connections both within the region and beyond; develop leadership skills; and contribute their voices and perspectives to national and international conversation.
This is an opportunity for successful applicants to immerse themselves in three days of technology and learning and come away inspired to contribute to and change the future of our industry. More than 100 classes are on offer over three days covering an array of subjects, such as BIM, Virtual Design and Construction, Digital Engineering, software such as Revit, ArchiCAD and Dynamo, as well as leadership and management skills. To find out more about the full program, visit the website.
Opportunities for all
The scholarships will be available to a diverse array of people, across sectors and demographics. These scholarships are for people employed on a part-time or casual basis, on maternity, paternity or family leave, or not currently employed. You can apply yourself or nominate someone else from your team. The scholarships program is open to everyone, regardless of gender. As part of the application process you need to provide evidence of your part-time employment status, maternity/paternity leave, or that you are not currently working.
Scholarships for students are also available. These scholarships have been made possible by the generous support of Autodesk User Group International (AUGI), a long-time industry supporter of BILT internationally.
Each scholarship includes complimentary registration for all three days of BILT ANZ 2019 (which includes all social events), valued at $2,250 ($1,550 for student delegates). Flights and accommodation (if required) are not included. They are the responsibility of the applicant / their employer. For those who live in Melbourne, there’s no excuse – apply now!
Scholarship applications will close on 30 April 2019, with selected applicants to be advised by 7 May. To apply or to find out more, visit the BILT ANZ website.
AECOM Women in Digital BILT 2019 Passes
Note that AECOM will also be making available five places for women via their sponsored scholarships program. Women can apply via this link. Applications close on Sunday, 14 April 2019, so get in quick.