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Advancing Women in Aerospace Leadership Program Part 1 and Part 2 Applications Open
This project is funded by the Government of Canada through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario). For more information, please visit https://feddev-ontario.canada.ca/en. This program was designed and will be facilitated by Evoke Consulting. Evoke is a training organization who teaches leaders how to feel and project confidence in all interactions. Their team are leading experts in the area of gender diversity. They have designed and implemented women’s leadership programs for global companies across a range of industries. Most importantly, they have been working with Women in Aerospace Canada for four years and understand our business and industry well.
CRIAQ Scholarship Program for the Next Generation of Women in Aerospace – Deadline April 17, 2023
The present scholarship program aims to encourage the next generation of women to choose or pursue university studies related to aerospace.
This program will provide two scholarships:
1 scholarship of $ 7,500 to encourage a master’s candidate.
1 scholarship of $ 10,000 to encourage a doctoral candidate.
A Career in Flight Testing: Rewards and Challenges Virtual Lunch and Learn April 27
Giorgio Clementi is the founder of ITPS Canada, one of only eight recognized schools of experimental flight testing in the world and also a post graduate degree granting institution in Canada. Giorgio talk will cover the challenges and the joys of his unusual journey from aircraft mechanic to Experimental Test Pilot and Head of an elite, international training establishment. Along the way having to learn the fundamentals of business and management on-the-job.
Girls Take Flight Saturday April 29 Oshawa
A FREE aviation and aerospace presentations, career information, static aircraft and industry displays.
You’re Worth It, Communicating Our Value – Lunch and Learn With Nellie Vieira May 5, 2023 Oakville ON
Communication can be a conundrum. It is as simple as it is complex. Simple in the natural authenticity of expression and complex in its interpretation and understanding. Delivering a message of intent, whether to motivate action, create consensus, provide feedback or to initiate a discussion can be met with many a peril from lack of interest to opposition. Learning to activate a few guiding principles with our delivery and a few more ground rules with how we’re responding provides a source of confidence for ensuring a conversation or discussion of ease.
Aircraft Certification Channel Virtual Session May 18th
Aircraft Certification Channel is a space to connect experts to share their knowledge in their areas of expertise, bringing interesting and useful content to foment important discussions about aircraft development and certification, supporting the aviation industry.
Aerospace Transformation Virtual Lunch and Learn June 26, 2023
Aerospace industry is going through a tectonic change — a transformation from one based on fossil fuel to one that will be powered by clean energy. With the emissions growth, and airports (and flights) at risk of being shut down due to environmental challenges, we must decarbonise aviation.
Lunch and Learn Virtual: Hear From A Leader in Advanced Air Mobility – Guillaume Beauchamp of Wisk September 15th 2023
As the Head of Core Engineering, Guillaume Beauchamp leads all Engineering functions as well as Test and Flight Operations at Wisk . Guillaume started his Aerospace career in 2004 at Bombardier and performed a wide range of roles with an increasing level of responsibilities in Conceptual Design, Certification and Sustaining Programs. In 2017, Guillaume joined MITAC in Japan for 3 years and eventually was named the Chief Engineer for the M100 program prior to coming back to North America.
Women in Aerospace Mentoring Program Sessions Begin in October 2023
The purpose of the WIA Mentorship program is to prepare both Mentors and Mentees to have high value discussions with respect to the Mentees development needs and goals. After the Program Mentees will:
• Understand the purpose and objectives of mentorship
• Understand how to choose a mentor and the rules of engagement
• Have prepared a draft development plan, a network map, and an elevator pitch to review with their mentor
• Be fully prepared for the speed mentoring event