ACI is developing skills for the carbon upgrading industry through new training opportunities with our industry and education partners. We aim to secure the scientific, engineering and trades expertise needed to develop low-emissions carbon technologies.
Building workforce capability and capacity is vital in tackling the technical end environmental challenges associated with developing high value carbon products. ACI’s skills portfolio will also advance our nation's research standing in this important field and help to secure our future economic prosperity.
BUILDING THE FUTURE WORKFORCE
ACI is developing skills for the carbon products industry through new training opportunities with our industry and education partners. We aim to secure the scientific, engineering and trades expertise needed to develop low-emissions carbon technologies.
2022 Undergraduate Scholarships
ACI is working in partnership with Federation University to address skills shortages and encourage local students to study in Gippsland with a new electrical engineering degree to train and retain workers in the region.
ACI is offering $7,000 scholarships and sponsoring four students in first semester and four students in second semester.
Research Leader Fellowships
ACI Research Fellowships are awarded to outstanding researchers of international repute who can provide a significant leadership and mentoring role in building Australia's internationally-competitive research capacity within the carbon innovation sector.
In 2010, BCIA allocated $1 million over four years for two fellowships; Dr Klaus Hein and Dr Alan Chaffee. Monash University and HRL Technology Pty Ltd provided ~$3.3 million in direct and indirect support for Professor Hein's Fellowship programme. Monash University provided a further $3.2 million in direct and indirect support for Professor Chaffee's Fellowship programme.
For more detail on awarded BCIA fellowships, go to MEDIA RELEASES
ACI's prestigious postgraduate research scholarships are developing the nation's future scientists and are part of our commitment to strategic investment in skills development to secure the scientific, engineering and trades expertise required for the development of new low-emissions carbon technologies.
ACI has regularly invited PhD candidates at Australia's leading universities to submit applications for research scholarship funding. Applications for ACI postgraduate research scholarships are assessed by the ACI Research Advisory Committee and reviewed by the ACI Board who award the scholarships.
For more detail on allocated ACI scholarships, go to MEDIA RELEASES