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Train your way toward Chartered

Engineers Australia’s Chartered Status credential is awarded to engineers who demonstrate internationally benchmarked standards of expertise, professionalism and safety. It is a mark that is globally recognised by the community, industry and government. 

Becoming Chartered involves providing (and then maintaining) competency in four core areas: Personal Commitment, Obligation to community, Value in the workplace, and Technical proficiency.

Engineering Education Australia can help you master the skills and knowledge required to develop the Chartered competencies through our extensive range of courses.*

Courses that link to Chartered competencies are broken down into their respective core area below.

 

 

PERSONAL COMMITMENT

Deal with ethical issues
Practise Competency
Responsibility for engineering activities

OBLIGATION TO COMMUNITY

Develop safe and sustainable solutions
Engage with the relevant community and stakeholders
Identify, assess and manage risks
Meet legal and regulatory requirements

VALUE IN WORKPLACE

Communication
Performance
Taking action
Judgement

TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY

Advanced engineering knowledge
Local engineering knowledge
Problem analysis
Creativity and innovation
Evaluation

*Completing an Engineering Education Australia course does not automatically guarantee a competency. The course provides underpinning skills that may contribute towards developing a Stage 2 Competency.