The Biomedical College is suited to those members of the engineering team who work closely with medical practitioners, health-industry professionals, and vehicle and safety equipment manufacturers to enhance human life. It conducts a range of activities that support and promote members and the profession: from standards-setting to facilitation and mentoring.
Engineers Australia's eight Colleges provide continuing professional development (CPD) for members through regular conferences, publications and visiting speakers.
The Colleges broadly cover all areas of practice in engineering.
To learn more or to get involved please browse the Colleges below.
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The Chemical College maintains, develops and promotes chemical engineering knowledge; develops accreditation standards for tertiary degrees and Chartered Status; provides expert advice for CPD courses; and mentors graduates.
The Structural College attracts graduate and experienced structural engineers, who participate in a range of activities including: evening talks, field visits, seminars, short courses and training workshops.
The Structural College promotes the special interest of structural engineering wherever applicable and provides an avenue for structural engineers to share in the affairs of their professional body.
The College of Leadership and Management strengthens Engineers Australia's strategic priority to provide a "professional home for life" for all engineers in Australia. The College will be the home for engineers who are leaders in their roles in the community, have management roles in their organsation or who are technical specialists in an area not already covered by the existing Colleges.