Training and events for graduates and young engineers

Gain new skills and start your continued professional development with Engineers Australia.

When you’re in the first stages of your career you face a myriad of options for what to do next. You could decide to pursue an internship, start work on a special project or even take your skills abroad. Engineers Australia provides you with the means to not only start your engineering journey, but to move towards the future you dream of.

Young Engineers Australia

Young Engineers Australia (YEA) is one of Engineers Australia's Special Interest Groups. YEA is a community of peers for young engineers that provides events for early career engineers.

Learn more about Young Engineers Australia

Engineering Education Australia

Engineering Education Australia (EEA) is the training arm of Engineers Australia and has a variety of programs on offer for recent graduates.

EEA delivers Engineers Australia's Graduate Program, an 18-month course designed to develop key business skills and transform graduates into competent professionals and future leaders.

Aside from graduate-specific programs, EEA has a large selection of technical courses for engineers. By continually growing your skills with EEA you will stand out as a proactive young engineer.

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Engineers Australia and volunteering

For those seeking entry into a dedicated humanitarian program, we recommend RedR Australia and Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Australia as options for the engineer who seeks to make a difference.

Conferences and Events

As a recent graduate or engineer in the first years of your career, it’s never too early to grow your network and it’s never too late to learn new skills. Engineers Australia offers events that serve both of these needs.

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