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What is the National Engineering Register?

The National Engineering Register (NER) has been created by Engineers Australia to provide a means of presenting registered engineers and their services to the public. It also provides assurance to consumers that engineers engaged from the NER meet the high standards of professionalism expected in the engineering profession.

Do you want to locate an Engineering practitioner?

The NER is available to allow consumers to search for a qualified engineering practitioner by name, area of practice and geographic location.

Engineering practitioners fall into three categories:

  • Professional Engineer (MIEAust or FIEAust) - completion of an Engineers Australia accredited four or more years engineering qualification in Australia, or equivalent.
  • Engineering Technologist (TMIEAust or TFIEAust) - completion of an Engineers Australia accredited three year engineering technology qualification in Australia, or equivalent.
  • Engineering Associate (AMIEAust or AFIEAust) - completion of an Engineers Australia recognised two year engineering associate qualification in Australia, or equivalent.

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