Accreditation for programs at the level of Engineering Associate - curriculum based

Information for program accreditation at the level of Engineering Associate (curriculum based).

The Accreditation Management System (AMS) establishes the policy, criteria and guidelines for the accreditation of curriculum based engineering education programs at the level of Engineering Associate.

The AMS has been designed to assist engineering education providers to plan their courses and to perform a quality check. The content is displayed in modules to make it easy to navigate and find the information you require. It also provides explicit guidance for the development of submission documentation in preparation for an accreditation visit.

System and context

One of the stated purposes of Engineers Australia describes the importance of admitting only the highest quality candidates to the profession of engineering. In accordance with this purpose, Engineers Australia evaluates the courses and institutions that award engineering degrees in the career category of Engineering Associate.

The key objective of this evaluation is to accredit those programs deemed to adequately prepare graduates for a career as an Engineering Associate and for membership with Engineers Australia.

Resources include:

Guidelines, process & resources

The Accreditation Board's policies, procedures and guidelines are in place to maintain consistency in submissions from education providers and in the quality of the evaluation process itself.

Policy

The below policy documents are part of the engineering program accreditation system, which is managed by the Accreditation Board of Engineers Australia.

The Accreditation Board's policies, procedures and guidelines are designed to ensure consistency in the quality of the assessment process itself.

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