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    You can apply for membership with Engineers Australia (used to be known
    as IEAust) and it is easier if you apply after you emigrate to
    Australia, as you may have to attend some interviews. Depending on the
    category of your membership, you will also be conferred the CPEng status
    (Chartered Professional Engineer) and you can then apply to be included
    in the NPER (National Professional Engineers Register).



    While the engineers do not need registration to work in their field, you
    do have to be registered if you are involved in design and signing off
    on documents.



    Hope this is useful and you can get in touch with EA for other
    information. Good luck.


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    after IEAUST assessment

    Hi Adityan,

    I have the same doubts and went through the IEAust site but could'nt
    find out any further info on what exams to write or what is the
    procedure to become a Professional engineer in Australia if one has
    overseas qualification.

    Quoting from your post

    "While the engineers do not need registration to work in their field,
    you
    do have to be registered if you are involved in design and signing off
    on documents."

    Do you mean a building services engineer will be employed by an
    australian contractor to only inspect the site work and supervise.

    Could you please explain further if you don't mind.

    Thanks and All the best to you.
    Warren

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      after IEAUST assessment


      "K S Adityan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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      You can apply for membership with Engineers Australia (used to be known as IEAust) and it is easier if you apply after you emigrate to Australia, as you may have to attend some interviews. Depending on the category of your membership, you will also be conferred the CPEng status (Chartered Professional Engineer) and you can then apply to be included in the NPER (National Professional Engineers Register).
      Sounds great - but what is the benefit to remain a member after migration
      formalities. It is primarily a deterrent for migrant professionals to
      minimise competition for Ozi-mates. In better times migrant professional are
      resouces to manage overloads.

      What happened in relation to the mass resignation of IEAust members in
      Victoria couple of years back.

      While the engineers do not need registration to work in their field, you do have to be registered if you are involved in design and signing off on documents. Hope this is useful and you can get in touch with EA for other information. Good luck. -- Posted via http://britishexpats.com

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