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Industry insights - Boeing Aerostructures Australia (BAA) 2024037F is a Course

Industry insights - Boeing Aerostructures Australia (BAA) 2024037F

May 7, 2024 - Dec 31, 2024

$100 Enrol

Full course description

Date and time 

Tuesday 7 May 2024, 1.00 pm to 2.30 pm 

Delivery mode 

In person in Port Melbourne (further information regarding location will be provided to enrolled participants) 


Teacher, Senior Leader 


In a rapidly changing world of work, it is important for teachers to keep up to date with industry. By gaining current industry knowledge, teachers can ensure that what they teach is relevant to the real world. This relevance can make classroom learning more engaging for students and help prepare them for the future.  

To give teachers the opportunity to learn more about industry, visits have been organised with various employers. These visits are open to all teachers and are not necessarily subject specific.  

Please note all the industry visits are capped. Prior to the event, ISV will contact participants with further details. 

Research highlights that teachers who have a greater understanding of industry can play a vital role in helping students to succeed in life beyond school. 


Boeing Aerostructures Australia (BAA) 

BAA is Australia’s only designer and manufacturer of advanced composite aerostructure components for commercial aircraft. It manufactures the ‘moveable trailing edge’ control surfaces of the 787 using a unique carbon fibre production technology developed in Victora called resin infusion. It is the only Boeing location in the world to apply this system that enables the components to be cured without a traditional autoclave. This visit provides an excellent insight into the cutting-edge aerospace industry.  

Please note teachers attending BAA will need to go through a site security screening process on arrival. Further information will be provided by ISV to enrolled participants. 


Key takeaways  

  • increased knowledge of industry by experiencing it first hand
  • awareness of the role teachers can play in supporting students’ transition during school and beyond
  • understanding of how teachers can link the insights gained from the visit into their teaching and curriculum, to reflect the changing needs of the workplace
  • ideas to further support the development of students’ skills valued in current and future workplaces
  • opportunity to learn from industry professionals, engage with industry and share knowledge with other teachers back at school. 


Presenter information

Maria Floudiotis

Maria is the Education Consultant, Careers at Independent Schools Victoria. In her role, she provides high-level advice and support to Independent schools in relation to career education. Maria has a strong background in career development and education and has held leadership, consulting, teaching, lecturer, and career practitioner roles, in this field. She has diverse experience, having worked in schools, tertiary institutions, and corporate and government settings. 


Link(s) to relevant VRQA Standards

  • Curriculum and Student Learning – Student learning outcomes