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Engineers Australia | August 2022

AMS-GEN-09 Accreditation information guide for EA volunteers

Read this guide if you're an EA member volunteering to assist with accreditation of engineering education courses from higher education or VET providers.

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Engineers Australia | August 2022

Strengthening the engineering workforce in Australia

Solutions to address the skills shortage in the short, medium, and long term.
Women in engineering: June 2022
Engineers Australia | June 2022

Women in engineering

Identifying avenues for increasing female participation in engineering, by understanding the motivators and barriers around entry and progression. 

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Transport Australia Society | April 2022

Universal design for transport - TAS discussion paper

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Engineers Australia | April 2022

Commercialisation of engineering innovation

Despite having one of the world’s most educated and wealthy populations, Australia remains a chronic underperformer when it comes to the commercialisation of engineering innovation.

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Engineering for Australia Taskforce | March 2022

Increasing women's participation in engineering education: actions for change

Engineering should be as diverse as the people it serves. For all Australian workplaces, diversity is good for culture and outcomes. Businesses thrive with a mix of ideas and views from people with different backgrounds and experiences. This paper explores actions for change. 

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Engineers Australia | March 2022

Discussion paper: integrating DER in the grid

This discussion paper is intended to stimulate a conversation about what is possible for DER integration, and how Engineers Australia should engage with it.

Enhancing productivity in infrastructure delivery policy directions paper
Engineers Australia | March 2022

Enhancing productivity in infrastructure delivery

This document provides recommendations for implementation by Australian governments, in collaboration with industry and academia, to increase productivity in the infrastructure sector and to determine how engineers can best contribute to these aspirations. 

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Engineers Australia | October 2021

Barriers to employment for migrant engineers

Overseas-born engineers make up over 58 per cent of Australia’s engineering workforce but are significantly more likely than their Australian-born counterparts to be unemployed. To find out why and identify how to overcome the barriers to employment these engineers face, Engineers Australia commissioned research to identify potential barriers to employment.

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Engineers Australia | October 2021

Energy governance and the engineering voice

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Engineers Australia | May 2021

AMS-MAN-11 Procedures manual for higher education

This manual sets out the process and procedures you'll need to follow to have your higher education (tertiary) institution's courses accredited with Engineers Australia.

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Engineering for Australia Taskforce | March 2021

Barriers to participation in engineering and the value of interventions to improve diversity

Despite considerable effort, there is still much to be done to improve girls’ participation in STEM education and careers. The Engineering for Australia Taskforce has appreciated the need to act based on four issues they have identified. This paper reviews the international research literature that not only focuses on barriers to girls’ participation in engineering, but more importantly focuses on the value of interventions to improve diverse participation in engineering.

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Engineers Australia | March 2021

Engineering in the Australian curriculum F-Year 10 and Senior Secondary

There is no discrete definition of engineering or engineering capabilities in the Australian curriculum, unlike mathematics, science and technology. Rather, for foundation to year 10, engineering is addressed primarily across three learning areas: science, technologies and mathematics and through a specific focus on engineering principles and systems in the design and technologies strand within technologies learning area.

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Engineers Australia | August 2019

AMS-MAN-10 Accreditation criteria user guide for higher education

This document sets out the accreditation criteria you'll need to follow to have your higher education (tertiary) institution's courses accredited with Engineers Australia. Use this with the AMS-MAN-11 procedures manual.
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Transport Australia Society | May 2019

Transport engineering education

This discussion paper is intended to guide the benchmarking of transport engineering streams in Civil Engineering Bachelor degree programs in Australia.

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The Warren Centre | February 2017

Professional performance: a user’s guide

This is an introduction to the application by Professional Engineers of the Performance Protocol, developed and implemented as part of the PPIR (Professional Performance Innovation and Risk) Program by the Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering.

Engineers Australia | 2017

The state of the engineering profession: engineering in Australia

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The Warren Centre | November 2016

PPIR protocol for performance

This protocol documents the essentials of performance for Professional Engineers acting in a professional capacity.

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