Training for graduates

Continuing professional development is the driver of your success.

Step up, stand out and move ahead

Engineers Australia supports the efforts of graduate engineers and those who hire them. We provide specialised training for graduates that complements their university study and early workplace experience.

If you’re a recent graduate and new to the workforce, specialised training programs strengthen your career efforts by increasing your skillset with technical and non-technical knowledge. You will stand out through the diligence and dedication associated with self development.

For businesses, continuing the education of a new employee through engineering graduate training exhibits unmatched dedication to your staff. Graduate training ensures their first years serving your industry are as successful as possible, providing immense returns to your organisation.

Learn more about graduate training by exploring the pages below.

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