MMHN SPECIAL ADVISORY GROUPS
Special Advisory Groups (SAGs) are led by at least one director, established around key maritime areas. MMHN members are encouraged to join any SAG of interest to participate in planning and activities. Contact the various SAG leads to be kept ‘in the loop’.
Commerce & Industry
The Maritime Commerce & Industry Special Advisory Group is a special advisory group to the Board of Melbourne Maritime Heritage Network Ltd (MMHN).
The principal focus of the Maritime Commerce & Industry SAG is to recognise the importance that maritime trade has contributed, is contributing and will continue to contribute to Melbourne and regional Victoria. The aim is to develop a collegiate approach to a Melbourne Maritime Experience Centre supporting maritime heritage, careers and innovation. We will do this through working with members and the maritime community in raising the profile of maritime matters and building a business case demonstrating the social and economic benefits that will flow from this.
The Maritime Commerce & Industry SAG is led by Ross Brewer and Haya Al-Daghlas.
For further information on the C&I SAG, email email@example.com
Museums & Heritage
The Museums & Heritage Special Advisory Group (M&H SAG) is a special advisory group to the Board of Melbourne Maritime Heritage Network Ltd (MMHN).
The principal focus of the M&H SAG is on greater Melbourne and the expansion of knowledge of its tangible and intangible maritime heritage through research and conservation of its maritime heritage, development of a coordinated approach to the Victorian dispersed maritime museums and collections, and development of a maritime museum hub in Melbourne to deliver cultural, social and economic benefits to Melbourne and regional Victoria.
The M&H SAG is led by Michael O’Brien and Liz Rushen.
For further information on the M&H SAG, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Image: D. McDonald, Queens Wharf Melbourne, c.1885, State Library Victoria
Skills, Careers & Education
The Skills, Education & Careers SAG will investigate and advise the Board how best to:
- interact with educational institutions and government bodies relevant to improving maritime capabilities including the provision of maritime curriculum and training packages and maritime careers information;
- promote the career opportunities available within the maritime industry;
- advocate and support the establishment of a Marine Skills Specialist Centre; and
- consider and comment on workforce qualifications, and skills delivery in the maritime industry and the role they play in the development of marine careers.
For further information on the SCE SAG, email email@example.com
The tourism SAG is open to members who are involved or are interested in maritime based tourism. Members are consulted about and informed of relevant events, proposals and projects particularly relevant to the state of tourism, its challenges and opportunities. It also acts as a conduit to the broader work of the Network.
The Tourism SAF is led by Martin Dixon and David Goodwin
For further information on the TSAG, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Waterways & Infrastructure
The Maritime Infrastructure Special Advisory Group is a special advisory group to the Board of Melbourne Maritime Heritage Network Ltd (MMHN).
The W&I SAG principally focuses on increasing awareness of issues surrounding the lower Yarra’s waterways, bridges, piers, wharves and related infrastructure.
The Waterways & Infrastructure SAG is led by David Goodwin and Jacyl Shaw.
For further information on the W&I SAG, email email@example.com