AIMS has extended its support for the "A Life Without Limits" program into WA through the WAIS (Western Australian Institution of Surveyors).
As part of the ongoing commitment to represent the mine surveying program on a national level, AIMS has agreed to support the WAIS board on their path to facilitate this program into Western Australia.
AIMS has continually supported the program in the eastern states since 2013 through the NSW Surveying Taskforce and is now proud to extend that support into WA. Contributions from AIMS will help protect our profession against the skills shortages that have been forecast whilst generally raising the profile of the profession.
The program is centrally coordinated through the "A Life Without Limits" web site at https://www.alifewithoutlimits.com.au/ and has been effective in all mainland states. This success is expected to continue across Western Australia.
Richard Delany, vice-president of WAIS said, "Content specific to WA is currently being uploaded onto the Life Without Limits website, which contains a wide range of reference material for prospective surveyors."
"We are now setting the program up to get the word out to career advisors in WA schools, and constructing a database of interested students and teachers."
"It’s early days but the campaign is quickly gathering momentum," he added.
As an active supporter of the program and vested stakeholder in the future of the surveying profession, AIMS has also been invited to sit on a committee that will drive the 'A Life Without Limits' program in WA.
For more visit A Life Without Limits at https://www.alifewithoutlimits.com.au