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Climate change CPD taskforce cover
Engineers Australia | April 2022

Climate change CPD taskforce: research findings and proposed CPD program

Engineers Australia invited relevant contacts to submit an expression of interest to contribute to the curation of CPD content focusing on sustainability. This report details the findings of that research activity. 

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Engineers Australia | April 2022

Education Services for Overseas Students Review 2022

Engineers Australia provides feedback to the Department of Education, Skills, and Employment’s review of the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) legislative framework.

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Engineers Australia | April 2022

Review of International Offsets consultation

Engineers Australia submission to the Climate Change Authority’s review of assessment principles for international offsets markets.

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Engineers Australia | April 2022

Engineers Australia submission: Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations

Engineers Australia responds to the update of the Australian Bureau of Statistics classification of occupations and recommends a future review considers adding a unit group under 233 ‘Engineering Professionals’ for ‘Construction Engineers’.

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Transport Australia Society | April 2022

Universal design for transport - TAS discussion paper

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Engineers Australia | April 2022

Changes to building energy efficiency provisions in Northern Territory

Read our submission which supports the adoption of National Construction Code (NCC) 2019 Section J into the future design and construction process.
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Engineers Australia | April 2022

Commercialisation of engineering innovation

Despite having one of the world’s most educated and wealthy populations, Australia remains a chronic underperformer when it comes to the commercialisation of engineering innovation.

Engineers Australia | April 2021

Vulnerable Supply Chains

Submission to draft medium density residential housing code Western Australia
Engineers Australia | April 2021

Proposed amendments to the Residential Design Codes: Medium Density Housing

This submission to the WA Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage provides comment focused on how the Code addresses the four elements of design rather than detailed review. 

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Engineers Australia | April 2021

Building Queensland: Debt Reduction and Savings Bill 2021

Engineers Australia submission to the Debt Reduction and Savings Bill 2021 which looked to abolish Building Queensland (BQ) and the BQ board; and integrate BQ’s staff, assets, records, resources and liabilities into the Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning.

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Engineers Australia | April 2021

Brisbane City Council: Green Bridges - Toowong to West End and St Lucia to West End

Engineers Australia supports Council’s initiative to invest in more active transport infrastructure, including the Green Bridges Program and encourages Council to broaden the program where possible to include planning for a network of Green Bridges that service inner city movements

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Engineers Australia | April 2021

Building reform consultation: Continuing professional development

This letter is a submission to the Northern Territory Government’s request for feedback to develop priority reforms that target continuing professional development (CPD) for building practitioners.

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Engineers Australia | April 2021

Building Reform Consultation: Third Party Reviews

This letter is a submission for the Northern Territory Government’s request for feedback to develop priority reforms that consider Compulsory Third-Party Review in Structural Design.

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Engineers Australia | April 2020

Engineers Australia’s Diversity and Inclusion Positioning Statement

Engineers Australia is committed to an engineering profession that is as diverse as the community it serves and as the peak body for Australian engineering, we must lead the way.
Engineers Australia | April 2019

Visa Nomination Occupation List Review

This submission draws on the Engineers Australia's experience as the authorised assessing authority for skilled migration visa applicants who use engineering as the basis for their application. It is also informed by our engagement with industry and engineering professionals, which provides us with insight to skills supply and demand issues.

Engineers Australia | April 2019

Liquid Fuel Security Review

Engineers Australia | April 2019

National Hydrogen Strategy

Engineers Australia | April 2019

Naval Shipbuilidng Strategic Workforce

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