Aimed at introducing overseas qualified engineers to the norms of the Australian workplace and culture, the program has been developed in consultation with the engineering profession and includes 16 days of face-to-face and on-line coursework delving into:
All delivered within a project management context and cultural diversity framework.
Is your business, state/regional authority or industry group seeking to address your requirement for engineers through the recruitment of International engineers?
The EEA transition program for Experienced International Engineers will assist you to ensure that your International recruits have a good understanding of the Australian operating environment.
This EEA program assists experienced International engineers in obtaining a comprehensive understanding of the Australian operating environment, the approach to engineering practice, compliance and project management.
It provides engineers with case studies, scenarios and work-based activities to integrate their professional development into their everyday work. It also familiarises overseas qualified engineers with the norms of the Australian workplace and culture including OHSE and safety to ensure a smooth transition into the workforce and longevity in the profession.
Whilst the core modules of the program are based on a lengthy consultative basis with the profession and employer groups, each organisation is different. Alterations to the basic model of the program can be negotiated on a case-by-case basis.