Engineers Australia’s micro-credentials are a demonstration of a specific competency or skill.
They have been developed in collaboration with industry and are designed to measure and assess your results in the workplace. Each micro-credential is aligned to industry standards of practice or a recognised framework.
The range covers professional skills that are relevant for all engineers including communication, risk management and ethical practice, and specific sector skills relevant to rail engineers.
As an engineering professional, earning and displaying an Engineers Australia micro-credential is a way to showcase your professional ability to prospective employers and clients.
There are three online pathways available for each micro-credential. Which one is right for you will depend on your level of skill, knowledge and experience in that area.
Depending on your pathway, you’ll complete a short course of study or progress directly to preparing an assessment submission which showcases the work you do.
How you will be assessed
Each micro-credential has a set of criteria aligned to the relevant, industry-recognised standard of practice or framework.
To earn a micro-credential, you need to demonstrate how the work you do meets these criteria.
You will need to provide:
- workplace examples and evidence to support them
- a written explanation of the evidence and how it relates to the criteria
- a video interview.
On successful completion of the assessment, you’ll receive a digital badge to verify and showcase your achievement.
Explore the range
If you’re ready to showcase your professional ability, explore our range of micro-credentials and find out more and apply on the Engineering Education Australia website.