Information for engineers

A guide to the National Engineering Register.

About NER Search

Engineers Australia (EA) recently introduced a new registration framework called the National Engineering Register (NER).

When you are listed on the NER it becomes a badge of professionalism, demonstrating professional recognition and public trust.

Registration and application fees:

  • From 1 July 2016 an annual fee of AU$96 (GST incl.) will be invoiced with your annual EA membership renewal.
  • The assessment fee for Chartered members includes the NER registration fee for the balance of the current EA membership subscription year in which Chartered is obtained.
  • EA Members pay an assessment fee of AU$330 (GST incl.) which includes registration on the NER for the remainder of the current membership subscription year (30 June). Thereafter an annual fee of AU$96 (GST incl.) will be invoiced with the member’s annual EA membership renewal.
  • Non members pay an assessment fee of AU$550 (GST incl.) which includes registration on the NER for the remainder of the current financial year (30 June). Thereafter an annual fee of AU$165 (GST incl.) will apply.

Already on the Register?

If you are already on the NER and wish to add a further area of practice, apply here.

Registered Professional Engineers Queensland (RPEQ)

If you're a Professional Engineer on the NER from anywhere across Australia, you can be recognised by the Board of Professional Engineers Queensland to become a Registered Professional Engineer Queensland (RPEQ). Referring to Victoria, legislation is pending with introduction expected in 2017.

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