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Reaching Chartered status empowers your reputation and engineering career. Your post-nominal assures the world you are dedicated, reliable and at the top of your industry.

When you become Chartered as a Professional Engineer, Engineering Technologist or Engineering Associate - you stand out as one who is truly dedicated to advancing their career and contributing to a sustainable world for us all. 

We are here to support your next steps in your career progression.  We guide and assist Chartered engineers in reaching new milestones such as taking the lead in an organisation as an Engineering Executive, leading your industry at conferences or in our communities.  

The measure of excellence continues from here, with the support and resources of Engineers Australia.

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