If you decide to join the Association of Professional Engineers Australia (APEA) we’ll waive the $500 assessment fee. Meaning for a single fee annual fee of $712, you get membership + RPEng + RPEQ assessment.
The Association of Professional Engineers Australia (APEA) today called on the South Australia Government to adopt mandatory registration of all engineers, following revelations that almost half the State’s 1500 bridges are in disrepair.
BPEQ’s disciplinary and compliance investigation processes help protect the public, maintain public confidence in RPEQs, and maintain the standard of practice of RPEQs. This month the focus is on compliance, following on from the article on professional conduct contained in the November 2016 e-news.
A PARTICULARLY heinous brand of sexism faced by Australia’s most educated woman has been exposed in a damning survey of professional industries including engineering and IT.
Estimated $150 million wasted on Perth Children’s Hospital as delays continue with engineering capacity problems
A leading engineer association has said that the debacle that is the Perth Children’s Hospital is another reminder to West Australians of their state’s poor engineering capacity.
Skilled migration plays a crucial role in filling gaps in our national engineering capacity, especially when there are skill shortages.
This report was produced to provide you with a short update on the state of the Association’s membership, finances and staffing as well as a summary of what we have achieved and what we are still progressing.
Registered Professional Engineer of Professionals Australia (RPEng); Recognising your professionalism
The Professional Engineer (PEng) post-nominal represents your commitment to professionalism and is a public demonstration that you stand-apart from other, unqualified engineers.
Both the Association of Professional Engineers Australia (APEA) and Engineers Australia have now made submissions to the Skilled Occupations List (SOL) review.
We’re asking for engineering professions to be removed, while Engineers Australia is advocating for them to remain listed.