Engineering Graduate Program

Expand your abilities and increase your value as an employee with essential skills.

About the Engineering Graduate Program

University study equips young engineers with the necessary technical skills to begin their career. Engineers Australia’s Graduate Program was designed to complement these skills. Delivered by Engineering Education Australia, this 18-month program has been carefully developed to give graduates a professional head start, teaching core business and leadership skills that will prove invaluable to your career.

Stand out from your peers by learning the crucial, non-technical skills making graduates more well-rounded, employable engineers.

Who should study this Program?

Engineers Australia’s Graduate Program is suitable for recent graduates and engineers with less than five years’ work experience. If you are new to the workforce or want to improve your skills prior to starting your career, this program is an ideal choice.

Non-technical skills for engineers

Add the communication and management techniques necessary to connect intent to invention. Throughout Engineers Australia’s Graduate Program, you will acquire professional writing skills, learn management processes and prepare for your journey to Chartered Status.

Free Engineers Australia graduate membership is included, opening the door to a wide network of communities, special interest groups, events and more.

Graduates — an investment for the future and your business

Employing graduates enables you to engage fresh talent, empowering your organisation with new ideas and the energy of emerging talent. Engineers Australia’s Graduate Program is tailored for graduates to better equip them for everyday challenges they will face in their career. Continue your graduate’s training to ensure maximum ROI on your investment.

Increase your skills and plan for your future

Ready to learn the skills necessary to help you shine in the workplace? Go to Engineering Education Australia’s website to learn more about Engineers Australia’s Graduate Program today.

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