Future Leaders Program

The deadline for nominations has been extended to November 15 
Inaugural intake – Nov 2019 – September 2020

View the brochureNomination Form

For those who aspire to leadership within the maritime industry, be that commercial, government or defence, there is no better way to understand how the industry works and the players in it then to participate in the MIAL Future Leaders Program.

For organisations, investing in young leaders and developing high achievers will help create the next generation of industry champions, an integral ingredient to the maritime industry’s ongoing strength and success.   

The MIAL Future Leaders Program brings together the best of the next generation to establish a network of young maritime professionals and develop their leadership potential.

Objectives

The key objectives of the program are:

  • Build a network of future leaders
  • Provide a broader understanding of the maritime industry, its challenges and opportunities and place in the Australian psyche
  • Engage the next generation of leaders to retain talent in the maritime industry
  • Provide a two-way exchange between future and current leaders in the maritime industry
  • Offer experiences that are unlikely to be available by in-house or commercial training
  • Provide a platform for industry to learn from young maritime professionals

The Program

This unparalleled, contemporary offering is a mix of experiential training, residential workshops and networking opportunities designed to enhance participants’ industry knowledge and increase their capacity to take on national leadership roles.

2019

December 10

VIDEO/TELE

Program Commences

Program initiation via group conference.

2020

Feb 26 – 27

CANBERRA

Parliament & Our National Capital Experience

Visit Parliament House, watch question time or a senate committee hearing and/or meet with politicians.

 

2020

3 Days

March TBA

Workshop 1

Maritime Industry Masterclass

Elements include:

o   Bluewater shipping

o   Domestic commercial vessels

o   Offshore oil and gas

o   Port and terminal operations

o   Frontline managers IR

o   Energy and environment

o   Ship/port/facility inspection

 

2020

Apr 29 – 30  

SYDNEY

 

Workshop 2

Leadership immersion session with MIAL Executives and Board Members and Industry Leaders.

 

2020

May 27 – 29

DARWIN

International Exposure

Attendance at the Asian Shipowners Association Annual General Meeting and associated events. Includes Young Shipping Executives session.

 

2020

Aug 11

PERTH

Program conclusion event

Participants to deliver their assignment at MIAL’s World Maritime Day event in Perth.

 

Various dates throughout the program

Searider Program

MIAL will co-ordinate opportunities within the broad maritime sector, either commercial or potentially with the Royal Australian Navy as part of their existing industry familiarisation program.

 

Commitment

Participants are required to attend:

  • two residential workshops totalling 5 days
  • two experiential events
  • two networking events, including the ASA AGM & Conference.

Organisations are asked to support their participant by ensuring they attend all elements of the program.

The significant commitment of individual and employer time and resource reflects the value of the program and its anticipated outcomes. 

Deliverable

Participants are required to deliver a project at the conclusion of the program.  This may be undertaken in either a small group or individual format (to be determined by project facilitator).  Participants will be provided with coaching and mentoring in deciding what their project will be and how best to deliver it.

Eligibility

This program is open to any organisation that believes their employee is suitable for the program is limited to a small group (maximum of 20 participants).

Organisations are invited to nominate one emerging leader to participate.  Nominees can be from any business area.

Participant requirements:

  • directly engaged in the maritime industry
  • intend to stay in the maritime industry
  • a permanent resident of Australia
  • have completed the MIAL Introduction to Shipping Course or have relevant experience to that level

Costs

The program cost per participant (including GST) is $5,500 for MIAL Members and $7,700 for non-Members.  This provides:

  • Course materials
  • 5 days workshop attendance (meals included excluding breakfasts)
  • ASA attendance – including social functions (meals included excluding breakfasts)
  • Registration for one other networking opportunity
  • Co-ordination of a searide opportunity
  • Guided Canberra experience (no meals included except evening reception)

Note – costs to do not include accommodation and transport to and from program venues. 

To Apply

Organisations are asked to complete relevant sections of the nomination form.

Participants are asked to complete relevant sections of the nomination form which includes a short written piece or video.

Applications will be assessed by a panel from the MIAL Executive and Board.

Key Dates

Applications close: 15 November 2019

Successful applicants advised: 27 November 2019

Program commences: 10 December 2019

Program concludes: 11 August 2020