Engineering Registers

Recognition of your talent, skill and experience.

Engineering registers: accessibility, agency and accomplishment

Attaining the status of registered engineer is an important step in any engineer’s path. Your visibility increases, your viability is proven and your career gains newfound versatility.

Engineers Australia is dedicated to helping you build upon the invaluable foundation provided by membership through platforms such as the National Engineering Register (NER).

As a member of Engineers Australia with a place on the NER, you attain recognition and are primed for continued growth and success. We support your efforts to spread your presence further, providing you with information on International Registers that increase your mobility and opportunities.

Explore the pages below to learn more about engineering registers such as the National Engineering Register (NER), the Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation register (APEC), the International Register of Professional Engineers (IntPE) and more.

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