For an engineer, Chartered Status certifies that you practice in a competent, independent and ethical manner. It indicates you are a leader in your field and affords you recognition from government, business and the general public.
This workshop helps you with one of the compulsory steps on the path to Chartered Status: submission of an Engineering Competency Claim (ECC). It offers practical tips and insights for writing ECCs, ensuring that you clearly, persuasively and concisely address the required competencies.
Practical, as well as theoretical, this workshop gives you the chance to discuss your work experience and how this can be applied in your own ECCs as well as the subsequent interview process.
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This workshop is for you if you’re a professional engineer at any level, a technologist or an associated professional seeking to become Chartered through Engineers Australia (EA).
Tony Malkovic is an experienced, award-winning journalist and writer who specialises in writing about engineering and science. He has conducted ECC writing workshops for Engineering Education Australia for several years.
Julie Young is an accomplished workshop facilitator of Stage 2 ECC/ECR writing for graduate and experienced engineers.
She is also a founding Engineers Australia United Arab Emirates Chapter Committee member. Julie has delivered successful presentations in Abu Dhabi and Dubai on Stage 1 and Stage 2 writing and interview techniques.
This workshop provides a clear understanding of the Chartered process. After input from the facilitator you will be able to start writing up elements discussed in the workshop.
This is a hands-on practical workshop. You should bring your notes, a copy of the Stage 2 Competency Standards and your laptop/tablet, as you will get the opportunity to draft and write one (or more) ECCs.