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An update on Us

For your information, we thought we should let you know that from the 19th August until the 16th September, the TWAL office will not be manned. Pam and Fiona are heading off to Alice Springs and Darwin on a road trip along with Doug. You will still be able to...

Western Australia’s new CoR Legislation Information Sessions

Our WA members Vicki Roberts and Cathi Payne attended a meeting with Main Roads WA in July regarding the implementation of Chain of Responsibility (CoR) Legislation in WA beginning in March 2014. The Bill has been passed through the WA Parliament already, however, Main Roads WA are currently drafting the...

Three Top Time Management Tips

Are you a seriously organised person? or are you always looking to improve your time management skills? By managing your time well, you can conquer a demanding schedule, prevent overbooking your days, and the eternal struggle with work/life balance. Time management becomes critically important if you are self-employed or in...

Our Survey

Our survey ‘Women working in transport – A snapshot’ has now closed and we are busy collating the results into a report that we will be releasing at our Cocktail function in Brisbane in May. A big thank you to all who participated and had their say. It was a...

How Are We Travelling?

This is the first in a series of articles by Transport Women Australia Ltd. Recruitment – the main challenge facing the Australian Transport Industry Even as Australia’s demand for road transport increases exponentially, the pool of people to drive the trucks, service them and manage logistical operations is shrinking every...

International Women’s Day 2013

We at Transport Women Australia wanted to wish all you women out there a very happy International Women’s Day today (March 8). We hope that it is everything that you want it to be, and that you have a really great day today....

A note about our survey

Just a quick note regarding our survey on female participation in the transport industry. When you do complete the survey, please answer all the questions in it that have an asterisk (question 9 is the only one you can leave blank and still have ‘completed’ the survey, any other questions...

An Announcement from Our Board

The Board of Transport Women Australia is sad to announce the resignation of Jacquelene Brotherton. Jacquelene cited increasing work commitments in her decision to leave the board, however she remains a member of TWAL. Chair Pam McMillan said the board recognised and appreciated the contribution from Jacquelene over the past...

“Tell us Your Story”

We are looking for stories about women in the transport industry – all sorts of women.  You don’t need to be famous or well known.  If you are passionate about transport, have worked on a special project, have a family history in transport, have achieved any accolades or awards in...

Issues with our email

(1.11.12)We are currently trying to work out why our emails are not going through to some of you.  Hopefully when the “boffins” work this part out, they may also have found a problem for the emails you send us bouncing back on your end too. Fingers crossed 🙂 If you...