Professionals Australia understands that you may have multiple engineering registrations and that you may also have just completed CPD log review. However, you are still required to provide all of the required information that Professionals Australia requests to ensure that your RPEng remains up to date.

Time to renew your RPEng or RPEQ assessment

The renewal process is important to ensure that you’re maintaining your status as a competent, up-to-date and ethical professional engineer. That doesn’t mean it has to be tedious.  

The renewal period is three years, and we try to make it as hassle free as possible.

Below is a summary of the renewal process, the renewal requirements, fees and online renewal form.

Renewal process

Step 1: Make sure you’re logged in (you can log in by clicking the little plus symbol in the top right corner of this page

Step 2: Ensure you have the required documentation and information on-hand

Step 3: Fill out the online application form below and submit

Step 4: One your renewal is submitted, an assessor will review the contents and follow-up with either you as the applicant, and/or your referees if further assessment of clarification is required.

Renewal requirements 

» Updated curriculum vitae, detailing experience over the past three years

» Contact details of one Professional Engineer referee (see referee eligibility criteria here)

»  Completed CPD log with a minimum of 150 hours over the past three years



RPEng renewal for members is


For three years


3 yearly audit of CDP Log for Non-Members – $250 (this includes the BPEQ being notified that your CPD log is up-to-date). Please note that this is completely voluntary, and not a requirement of the Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland for ongoing registration as an RPEQ.