Date: Thursday 9 November 2023
Time: 12.30pm - 1.30pm (AEDT)
Where: Online webinar
Cost: Student & Graduate members: Free
As a graduate engineer you’re looking to the future. This information session will help you understand how you can start working towards Chartered status, today.
It’s never too soon to set your sights on getting Chartered.
As a graduate engineer you’re ready to kick some career goals and be the best engineer you can be.
The Chartered credential gives you superior market value and signals your ability to exceed expectations with professionalism and respect.
While you build your professional experience, there are lots of steps that you can be taking to work towards Chartered status. In fact, the more you do as you gain experience, the easier the overall Chartered application process will be for you.
In this information session we will explain:
- Why engineers should become Chartered
- The six-step application process and the focus that graduate engineers can take
- Our evidence-based approach
- Continuing professional development (CPD) requirements
- How Chartered and the National Engineering Register are pathways to state-based registration
During the webinar you can ask any questions you have about the Chartered credential and Engineers Australia membership.
Please note that you require at least 5 years’ experience before you can formally commence a Chartered application.
"David did a fantastic job delivering his presentation about graduates aiming for Chartered."
"The speakers are very informative, and the ideas are clearly presented."
Who should attend?
This information session is designed for graduate engineers with less than 4 years’ professional experience.
You do not need to be a member of Engineers Australia to attend.
About the presenter
Darren Purple AffillEAust, Team Leader Graduate Engagement and Client Manager, Western Australia
Darren is a Team Leader and Client Manager at Engineers Australia. He has over fifteen years of experience in building strong working relationships with engineering organisations and professionals across various sectors, and supporting the attraction, retention, and development of a credentialed engineering workforce. As an Affiliate Member of Engineers Australia, Darren has a thorough understanding of EA's membership offering, Chartered pathways, and professional development functions. He is a trusted contact and advisor to EA's members and clients, providing them with the best opportunities and resources to enhance their engineering career or team.