• Wednesday, April 03, 2019 at 05:30 PM
    Westpac Business Hub in Christchurch, New Zealand

    Community Engagement for Better Outcomes Workshop with MAS

    Engineers save lives. Engineers Without Borders New Zealand is working to make these life-saving skills accessible to everybody.

    Engineers Without Borders New Zealand (EWBNZ) is partnering with MAS to deliver a workshop about using community engagement to achieve better outcomes.

    Engineering forms a crucial role within our communities to help them with day-to day activities. This workshop will teach participants how to actively involve all stakeholders by using a human centered and participatory approach in the design process to ensure that the outcomes best serve the community and their specific needs and values.

    Workshop Facilitator

    Facilitator Emily Ward has worked with multiple stakeholders across rural and urban contexts, most recently delivering educational projects that increase accessibility for Cambodians with disabilities. Read more about Emily here.

    Workshop content has been developed in conjunction with Red Dot Design Award Winner 2017 Andrew Drain, Lecturer in Product Design and Development at Massey University.


    5:30pm: Registrations open and nibbles
    6:15pm: Workshop starts
    7:45pm: End of event and networking

    Workshop counts towards 1.5 CPD hours.


    $20 for General Admission

    $10 for EWB and MAS Members

    Click here to get your tickets.

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    This event is proudly supported by MAS.

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  • Friday, April 05, 2019 at 07:00 PM · $95.00 NZD

    10 Year Celebration


    Engineers Without Borders New Zealand has now been doing good things for over ten years! To celebrate, we would love to get all of the wonderful people who have made this happen together to party!

    The evening will be all about making sure you have a chance to catch up with old friends as well as meet new friends, so there will be plenty of time for you to socialise, and tables will be set up accordingly. Dane has also promised to keep speeches short and sharp yet informative and inspiring (no pressure there Dane!)

    There are only 100 tickets available, so do get in quick to make sure you don’t miss out!

    The details:

    When: 7-11 pm, Friday the 5th of April

    Where: Beca Auditorium, 21 Pitt St, Auckland. Parking will be available and we will work with those coming from out of town to coordinate travel and accom.

    Who: Supporters, members, volunteers, staff, alumni, friends. Everyone welcome!

    Dress code: Smart casual


    • $95 Professionals
    • $50 Student Early Bird (expires 11th March), $60 Student Late Bird

    A ticket gets you:

    • A drinks reception
    • An amazing meal
    • A free bar (beer and wine only)