Engineers Australia is the professional body and not-for-profit organisation dedicated to being the national body for Engineers and the advancement of Engineering in Australia. It holds a national register of engineers and provides a criteria of competency standards all engineers must demonstrate for membership.
These competency standards express the knowledge, skill base, engineering application abilities, professional skills, values and attitudes to practice as an engineer independently or unsupervised.
Professional Standards are important. Outlining the standards of practice make clear what society and peers hold deer in values and expectations of me as I practice as an Engineer. Engineering competencies are broken down into 4 main. My goal in my engineering practice it to is to uphold these elements of competency with continual review and self reflection to continued attainment of these elements of competency.
Becoming a Chartered Engineer shows recognition from the Engineering Industry Internationally that you are competent in your practice. There are 6 steps to becoming chartered and a minimum of 5 years experience. I am excited to attainment and share these competencies with you.