Accreditation for programs at the level of Engineering Technologist

Information for program accreditation at the level of Engineering Technologist.

Engineers Australia's accreditation management system (AMS) runs through guidelines for the accreditation of education programs for engineering technologists.

The AMS is presented in a modular format to provide for ease of navigation and the procedures for review, approval and version control are in line with best practice.

This document should enable education providers to plan their educational design and to maintain continuously high levels of quality. It should also provide guidance for the development of submission documentation in preparation for an accreditation visit.

System and context

In accordance with one of Engineers Australia's objectives, to instill confidence in the community that only qualified individuals are certified as engineering technologists, the system evaluates courses or programs that offer engineering degrees and diplomas.

Guidelines, process & resources

The Accreditation Board of Engineers Australia is responsible for ensuring submissions from education providers are of a consistently high quality.

Policy

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

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