Engineering Education Australia (EEA) has developed new on-demand training courses, especially for graduates. They have been designed by engineers, for engineers to help keep you a step ahead.
Carefully curated to develop the skills and knowledge you need to excel throughout your engineering career, these courses cover essential professional and transdisciplinary topics as well as highly technical engineering content.
Each course is designed by an engineering or industry expert. So you'll learn about the latest industry trends and leading-edge practices based on the insights of a nationally and internationally recognised professional.
An easy and convenient way to keep on top of your professional development, each course will take about eight hours to complete with the ability to pause in-between.
And as Engineers Australia's training provider, all EEA Online courses can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours. Find out more about EEA Online.
Price: $411.76 ex GST for Non-members & $350 ex GST for EA members
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Recommended for Graduates.
Engineers enter into contracts every day. All contracts contain legally enforceable elements and complex jargon, so understanding what you're signing - or have signed - is essential.
In this self-paced course, you'll learn the basics of contract law from an experienced lawyer. You'll learn about your legal rights and responsibilities under a typical contract. You'll also look at your obligations when drafting, designing or administering a contract.
Safety in Design
Recommended for Graduates.
Designers, engineers and architects aim to address aesthetic and functional requirements. This should never be at the expense of safety. Legislation demands that designs are safe to build, operate, maintain and demolish.
This self-paced course outlines WHS legislation. It covers how the legislation applies to design practices across each state and territory of Australia. You'll explore your obligations and the consequences of non-compliance with the law.
Starting in the Australian Engineering Workplace
Recommended for 3rd or 4th-year Students and 1st year Graduates.
You've just gained your engineering qualification and won your first job as a junior engineer. Your next step is to master the core workplace skills you need to be recognised as a valuable contributor to your team. This course will help you transition from student to professional working engineer.
In this self-paced course, you'll learn how to apply your academic knowledge within a team so your input is effective and relevant.