If you’re an engineer looking to emigrate to Australia, then you are probably in the process of writing your Competency Demonstration Report. We’ve already uploaded a number of CDR templates to our site, however we thought that you may also find the attached document of interest.
The engineer competency evaluation guide essentially details the qualities that an engineer would demonstrate at various levels of competency.
For example, when it comes to presenting a general level of professional knowledge. A relatively new engineer demonstrates that they would understand and apply the basic engineering concepts, practices, and theories involved in the design/development/review/permitting, construction, maintenance, operations, or repair of, projects/sites and their potential environmental and safety impacts.
An engineer operating at a more advanced level however would possesses an expert level of understanding of engineering concepts, practices, and theories used in the engineering specialty area and demonstrates the ability to use it in practice and demonstrate thorough/demonstrated knowledge of internal organizational structure, business needs/objectives, budget, planning, legal/public relations considerations, and/or other related factors.
The concept I’m trying to provide you guys with here is similar to an interview guide. If you better understand what the person interviewing you for a job is looking for, you’d be in a better position to secure the job. In the same way, if you better understand what an evaluator of your CDR assessment is looking for. You might be better placed to present the information which will present yourself in the best way.
Click the button below to download our Engineers Competency Evaluation Guide
As always, please see this as a guide and use your own sound judgement when documenting your own Competency Demonstartion Report.
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