Continuing Professional Development Free CDR template

Civil Engineer - Sample CDR Template

Continuing professional development Free CDR template An example of the demonstration of Continuing professional development section for use as part of your Competency Development Report – Free CDR template

If you are a qualified engineer looking to emigrate to Australia then download this Continuing Professional Development template to better help you understand the types of information Engineers Australia will be looking for when assessing your skills.

Sample text from the Continuing Professional Development Template

I completed my secondary education in science and mathematics stream from xxxxxxState Education board, xxxx.

I always keen to know the modern marvels of engineering, science and development around the world in technological front. I was keen to read the news and information about the new inventions and development in the field of engineering. So I thought that it would be appropriate to choose engineering stream as my career path to sharpen my skills.

So I opted to join the engineering course with the specialization in Electronics and Communication Engineering from xxxxxxx University, xxxxxxx and India…

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All our Free CDR templates are provided in PDF format. You’ll need a PDF reader to open these files which if you don’t already have can be downloaded from the adobe website by clicking here (free of charge of course).

Please remember to use our Free CDR templates as a guide only

An engineer applicant who submits a CDR for skills assessment to Engineers Australia must make a signed declaration stating that the CDR is all their own work and is a true representation of their personal competence. If someone gets their CDR written by someone else or copies a CDR, then the declaration which the applicant will be signing and submitting with their application will be false.

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