Placement on an international register strengthens the reach and mobility of qualified engineers. Explore the pages below to learn more about different international engineering registers.
APEC Engineer Register
The APEC Engineer Register connects professional engineers from all disciplines in the Asia-Pacific region.
Register of International Professional Engineers
The Register of International Professional Engineers is a platform for Australian Professional Engineers to leverage their skills in the global marketplace.
Agreement for International Engineering Technicians
The Register of International Engineering Technicians is a platform for Australian Engineering Associates to leverage their skills in the global marketplace.
International Engineering Technologists Agreement
The International Engineering Technologists Agreement allows for the mutual recognition of the substantial equivalency of standards establishing the competency for practicing Engineering Technologists.
Search the International Registers
International Registers are intended to promote engineers’ mobility and profile internationally. Search International Registers to find skilled, highly professional engineers in a particular discipline in certain regions.
This event will focus on the cyber-security experiences of field consultants and large regulated organisations, and also give insights from academia.
The aim is to provide:
• knowledge of best practice from renowned experts in the field • lessons from which to benefit and pitfalls to avoid • increased awareness of the challenges presented by cyber-security • continuing professional development for practising engineers
Please join Engineers Australia’s Structural Committee (SA Chapter) for a presentation on design of multi- rise buildings in steel. Tim Boulton, Director Enstruct will present the design methodologies and solution based approach required in design of high rise steel framed building in both residential and commercial space. Optimisation of the structure by bringing innovative solutions currently being used in composite steel design in Australia will be part of the talk.
Annual Full Day Seminar: Coastal Entrances
The seminar is open to anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the underlying physical processes or strategies for improved management of coastal entrances from local ICOLLS and estuaries to major ports.