Registration will soon be compulsory for Victorian engineers. If you provide an engineering service you’ll need to be registered. When considering how it will affect you, you’re probably wondering how much it’s going to cost?
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If you have completed 150 hours, you are one step closer to getting registered with RPEng
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Engineer registration is one step away from becoming law. Are you ready for the change?
Earlier this month, The Professional Engineers Registration Bill 2019 passed the Lower House in the Victorian Government by a resounding 55-22 votes. Now, registration is one step from becoming law in the state of Victoria. Next week, the Bill will be debated in the Victorian Upper House.