AMS-TPL-313 Staff CV pro forma template
AMSi-CKL-04 EP Data references for evaluation template
AMS-MAN-11 Procedures manual for higher education
This manual sets out the process and procedures you'll need to follow to have your higher education (tertiary) institution's courses accredited with Engineers Australia.
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.
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.
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
Building Reform Consultation: Continuing Professional Development
This letter is a submission for the Northern Territory Government’s request for feedback to develop priority reforms
that target continuing professional development (CPD) for building practitioners.
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.
Barriers to participation in engineering and the value of interventions to improve diversity
Despite considerable effort, there is still much to be done to improve girls’ participation in STEM education and careers. The Engineering for Australia Taskforce has appreciated the need to act based on four issues they have identified. This paper reviews the international research literature that not only focuses on barriers to girls’ participation in engineering, but more importantly focuses on the value of interventions to improve diverse participation in engineering.
Enhancing productivity in infrastructure delivery
The purpose of this document is to engage Engineers Australia members and the engineering-adjacent community in a discussion about what it will take to increase productivity in the infrastructure industry, and to determine how engineers can best contribute to meaningful evidence-based policy development.
Australia's skilled migration program
In this submission, Engineers Australia demonstrates that demand for engineers in Australia will always outstrip supply from domestic entry level graduates. A skilled migration program will, therefore, always be needed.
National Water Reform Draft Report
This letter builds on our August 2020 submission to the Productivity Commission’s National Water Reform Issues Paper, and highlights areas of strength and weakness from the Draft relative to our previous submission.
Future Fuels Strategy
Engineers Australia is a strong supporter of initiatives to reduce emissions, grow Australian industry, workforce and
strengthen our domestic fuel security. This submission provides general comments as well as specific answers to the questions posed under the priority initiatives.
This document has been produced with an aim to improve aviation in Australia and is intended to inform discussions contributing to Australia’s aviation economy, which is essential for communities, industries, businesses, and tourism. The focus of the paper is on the airport, from the air to the land side, including transport infrastructure planning and engineering, today and in the future.
Engineering in the Australian curriculum F-Year 10 and Senior Secondary
There is no discrete definition of engineering or engineering capabilities in the Australian curriculum, unlike mathematics, science and technology. Rather, for foundation to year 10, engineering is addressed primarily across three learning areas: science, technologies and mathematics and through a specific focus on engineering principles and systems in the design and technologies strand within technologies learning area.
External Voice Project
The External Voice Project (EVP) is a mechanism for delivering on a set of Engineers Australia Board priorities. This document explains the EVP model.
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