Articulation

Information on transitioning from one occupational category to another.

What is articulation?

Articulation is the process of transferring from one occupational category to another. It is an important part of the engineering journey for Engineering Associates and Technologists who are interested in acquiring a new set of skills. Eligible Affiliate and Companion Members seeking to expand their engineering knowledge may also be interested in the articulation process.

Engineers Australia helps Engineering Technologists and Engineering Associates and even sometimes Affiliates and Companions working to bridge the gap between occupational categories.

Click here to download the Engineers Australia articulation guide

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