Our team has worked with a range of international clients on education, literacy, research and M&E consultancies. We can provide technical expertise and assistance on a range of educational themes from literacy interventions and education in emergencies to non-formal education and teacher training. For Engineers Without Borders Australia, Brendan has been contracted as a facilitator for the Cambodia, Malaysia and Nepal Design Summits in 2015 and 2016. The Design Summit program is an educational study tour designed to provide students with professional work experience while allowing them to develop a deeper understanding of the role engineering and technology play in creating positive change within communities.

Other clients include:

- UNICEF Ghana

- Scope Global

- Victorian Curriculum & Assessment Authority

- Plan International

- StartSomeGood



We've been invited as guest speakers, plenary participants and conference presenters to a range of events in international development, social enterprise and global citizenship. Most recently, Brendan was invited to be a guest speaker at the Engineers Without Borders Monash University Pathways and Careers to Social Change event. He spoke about his man crush on Indiana Jones, and how a pathway down archaeology led him to education and international development.



We've run a number of events in Melbourne and have been invited to some even better events. In 2015, we co-designed and organised the Student Forum for the ACFID University Network Conference hosted at Monash University. We worked with 20 students to design and deliver a student-only international development forum that took place the day before the official conference proceedings.