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About Engineering Education Australia's tailored training for engineers

When your business depends on the skills of engineers, their professional development is more than an interest — it’s an investment. 

Our training provider, Engineering Education Australia (EEA) is trusted partner of public and private sector organisations across Australia. EEA can customise and deliver cost-effective training programs for your teams through their Tailored Training service.  

For groups of six or more, Tailored Training is up to 30% less expensive than standard scheduled training and includes consultation and support, program customisation and online delivery options. 

There are over 100 courses and workshops to choose from, covering technical engineering, business, and project management skills. All of our courses contribute to your employees’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD), providing added benefit in maintaining Chartered Status. 

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To learn more about developing a tailored training program, visit the EEA website or contact the team today.

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