Industry partners

National and global affiliations that provide value to engineers and the industries they serve.

Engineers Australia is dedicated to the advancement of the engineering profession and those who practice in it. We aim to improve the work and lifestyles of Australian engineers as well as the capabilities of our industries for the benefit of the community. Engineers develop and build life’s essentials for society and Engineers Australia’s members are at the forefront of cutting edge innovation.

Engineers Australia is connected to all key international and national bodies and provides our members with global mobility through our Mutual Recognition Agreements and partnerships.

Explore the pages below to learn about our partnerships with key national and international industry bodies and how they provide benefits and global mobility to Australian engineers to grow the profession for the benefit of the community.

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  • @EngAustralia - 37 minutes ago
Engineers are working on the cyber resilience of the nation. Join EA’s new Cyber Engineering Community of Practice… https://t.co/ubyokhEvuR
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"It's really important for the community to have assurance that their water and environment is protected," says lea… https://t.co/bVX0w8GBOD
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  • @EngAustralia - 23 hours ago
Cyber engineering is known as the building blocks of #cybersecurity. To help build Australia’s cyber resilience we… https://t.co/s3vLY1KXaO
  • Engineers Australia
  • @EngAustralia - 1 day ago
“We need to look at how we can bring it from cradle to cradle, not cradle to grave,” says @AECOM Associate Director… https://t.co/7KHuEwSVpU
  • Engineers Australia
  • @EngAustralia - 2 days ago
The #COVID19 lockdown may have disrupted the career plans of recent engineering graduate Kimberley Chu GradIEAust,… https://t.co/MxednBBZab
  • Engineers Australia
  • @EngAustralia - 4 days ago
Two Australian firms have come together to design a new system for constructing small bridges that will be a boon f… https://t.co/xtL7iOZK3O
  • Engineers Australia
  • @EngAustralia - 4 days ago
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  • @EngAustralia - 5 days ago
Change is inevitable, but Joyce Ferng believes that we need to be more future focused in our approach as #engineers… https://t.co/6TZqZudkBP
  • Engineers Australia
  • @EngAustralia - 5 days ago
How has the engineering landscape changed since the bushfire crisis and COVID-19? We are bringing back the experts… https://t.co/qYocn3VPTJ
  • Engineers Australia
  • @EngAustralia - 5 days ago
It is critical that Australia builds its cyber resilience through increasing capacity and capability. Join our Cybe… https://t.co/goLJjpBvSu
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  • @EngAustralia - 6 days ago
“So many people in this world, they don’t have proper sanitation. If I am able to get this understanding and this r… https://t.co/nAHsVagia8