Fellows of Engineers Australia

Experienced, knowledgeable and invaluable to the global engineering community.

As a Fellow of the institution of Engineers Australia your skills have served our nation, and perhaps the world, for many years. Engineers Australia is here to provide a platform for networking and advocacy that will serve you well into your next decades of engineering.

You have the expertise to make a difference to your profession and its next generation of practitioners. We have the experience to maximise your impact.

We host major events for you to speak at, bestow prestigious awards you and your peers may be nominated for and offer continual training to ensure you are as up-to-date as you are experienced.

Engineers Australia is your connection to special groups and societies that can help you make a difference. From preserving our legacy through Engineering Heritage Australia to helping those in need with RedR Australia, you will find industry and interest specific networks to join and participate in.

As an accomplished engineer, your voice will inspire others and influence the future of engineering. Engineers Australia is your ally in the effort to take your career to even greater heights, spread your insights to industry newcomers and share your achievements with the greater body of engineering in Australia.

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