EngExec

Innovator. Leader. Engineer.

The engineering profession has proven to be an ideal training ground for managers and leaders capable of shaping a sustainable world. Engineers enjoy a highly-respected profile and are sought after for leadership roles.

The EngExec post-nominal immediately communicates the well-earned prestige of those leading at the highest tier of their industry. It builds on the respect and recognition accorded to the Chartered post-nominal CPEng, CEngT and CEngA. Chartered status is not a prerequisite for EngExec.

Through its College of Leadership and Management, Engineers Australia has developed an EngExec framework based on 10 competency areas. For many practitioners the EngExec competencies marks a transition to leadership roles whilst for others it will complement technical engineering careers.

For more information on how to become an EngExec, contact the Registration Team by phoning the Member Services Team on 1300 653 113.

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