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Interesting talks are usually in Melbourne at the Auburn Hotel, Hawthorn, over evening dinner and drinks. Every second month they are presented via Zoom.
Paid-up members have access to videos and information (including recorded video presentations from outstanding presenters).
Consider joining us. Or email us (see committee names below - emails are linked to each one).
Correspondence to the Secretary at 77 Diane Cres, Croydon VIC 3136
How do I become a forensic engineer?
Sometimes we are asked this. Well, tongue partly in cheek, read on:
First, get a degree. Become an Engineer. Be enthusiastic and get a degree in a branch of engineering.
Second, gain experience. Design things. Structures, mechanisms, solutions, anything.
Third, expand Your Knowledge. Become a Multidisciplinary person. Gain extensive knowledge about other related sciences such as material properties, human factors, fluid mechanics, more.
Fourth, get your hands dirty. Become a tradie or a builder (sort of). Gain competency and understanding of how things actually work in the real world - construction sites, factories, laboratories, anywhere. Fiddle, dismantle, repair stuff.
Fifth, learn reverse engineering. Investigate. Develop detective skills and investigate like one.
Sixth, improve your communication skills. Deliver. Form an honest opinion and deliver with effective oral and written communication skills
Seventh, Think like a lawyer. Get ready to win disputes. Gain knowledge of legal procedures and develop your persuasive skills.
(Acknowledgement for the above to MFS Engineering, Forensic engineers).
we provide a forum for education, discussion and promotion of matters of forensic engineering in order for members to be better informed
we inform appropriate professional bodies, associations, firms and people in the community from time to time about the range of services provided by the members
promote a high standard of consultancy for all relevant pertinent areas of engagement.
FESA was incorporated in Victoria in 2008 as Registered Association - A0051560P
A copy of the Rules can be downloaded here: FESA Rules
Our registered office is at 77 Diane Crescent Croydon VIC 3136.
Our ABN is 5897 9281 284
Current 2023 office holders:
President - Geoff Fletcher
Vice-President - David Lake
Secretary - Patrick Irwin
Treasurer - Dr Margarita Vargas
The Association's annual accounts (2022- 2023) were presented on Oct 26 2023 at the Annual General Meeting.