Engineers Australia welcomes the Joint Statement of Principles for Professional Accreditation developed in cooperation with Universities Australia and Professions Australia.
“Engineers Australia accredits all University undergraduate engineering courses, supporting the integrity of the profession,” said Ron Watts, Executive General Manager, Professional Standards & Practice at Engineers Australia. “The Engineers Australia accreditation process is based on competency standards that are recognised globally through our membership of the International Engineering Alliance (IEA). Engineers Australia is the only Australian professional association recognised by IEA to represent the engineering profession in Australia.”
The Joint Statement of Principles – signed by Professions Australia President Michael Catchpole (left) and Chair of Universities Australia, Professor Barney Glover – is a joint undertaking by Universities Australia, representing 39 universities with 1.3 million students, and Professions Australia, representing 21 peak professional organisations including Engineers Australia.
Engineers Australia is the peak body for the engineering profession, representing more than 100,000 members from all disciplines of engineering and maintaining representation in every state and territory. “The agreement documents arrangements in place and will benefit both students and professionals,” Mr Watts said.
Read the Engineers Australia Media Release.