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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The finalists for the 2020 Australian Engineering Excellence Awards have been announced! Each finalist is a testame… https://t.co/j231G7KN0I
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In 2016, two newborns were given nitrous oxide instead of oxygen after lines were mixed up in the operating theatre… https://t.co/NKKkgeZ5jl
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For decades, engineers have been designing spectacular skyscrapers, tunnels and dams that defy the natural world. N… https://t.co/9TGDEQ342t
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  • @EngAustralia - 2 days ago
In the last few years, a lot of progress has been made towards introducing mandatory registration schemes for engin… https://t.co/D0HMmYzGhC
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  • @EngAustralia - 2 days ago
In the last few years, a lot of progress has been made towards introducing mandatory registration schemes for engin… https://t.co/D0HMmYzGhC
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The Chartered credential is one of Engineers Australia’s key offerings and is also an important marker to industry.… https://t.co/DTNUaxPwxI
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  • @EngAustralia - 2 days ago
The Chartered credential is one of Engineers Australia’s key offerings and is also an important marker to industry.… https://t.co/DTNUaxPwxI
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  • @EngAustralia - 3 days ago
@fultonhogan CEO of Australia Construction, Duncan Gibb, believes that we need to do more to empower and show young… https://t.co/OYfhxY2NW4