Role and Activities
Engineers Australia is the national forum for the advancement of engineering and the professional development of our members. With over 100,000 members embracing all disciplines of the engineering team, Engineers Australia is the largest and most diverse professional body for engineers in Australia.
Policy and Media
We actively seek to make our position known on policies, inquiries and other government initiatives. We contribute regularly via policy statements, government submissions, media statements and the generation of advocacy resources.
Engineers Australia is steered by a representative body, the National Congress, who elects and monitors the Council of Engineers Australia. There are numerous committees, colleges, technical societies and other groups that actively contribute to the organisation as a whole.
We publish a wide range of reports to assist members and the organisation achieve its goals. Reports range from the members' Strategic Plan to Council-approved regulations and policies.
Complaints Against Members
We have a rigorous set of procedures for managing complaints about members. If you want to make a complaint, or seek information if another member has lodged a complaint against you, read this section to find out about Engineers Australia's discipline and complaints processes.
We work closely with academic institutions to accredit courses and programs, and ensure they are aligned with international benchmarks.
Statement of Commitment to Indigenous Australians
Read Engineers Australia's formal commitment to Indigenous Australians.
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