You've just gained your engineering qualification and won your first job as a junior engineer. Your next step is to master the core workplace skills you need to be recognised as a valuable contributor to your team. This course will help you transition from student to professional working engineer.
In this self-paced course, you'll learn how to apply your academic knowledge within a team so your input is effective and relevant.
Using scenarios, practical tasks and quizzes, you'll learn to:
- proactively manage your workload
- understand team roles to enhance your communication skills
- make sound decisions based on ethical, legal and regulatory guidance
- document your engineering work
You'll learn strategies to analyse your tasks, from identifying deliverables to undertaking peer reviews. You'll also learn how to inform stakeholders of project changes and suggest solutions to challenges.
These skills are essential for building on your formal qualifications, so you perform effectively.
After completing the course, you'll have the strategies and knowledge to contribute to your team, company and profession. You'll be on your way to becoming an exceptional engineer.
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Once you register, you will be provided with access to the EEA Online platform to start this course.
We can arrange a bulk corporate registration for 10 or more learners.
This course can also be customised to align to your business objectives or L&D needs.
Find out how we can help you and your team by completing an enquiry form or calling us on +61 3 9321 1700.
- Prioritise your workload
- Break down tasks into key outcomes, actions and deliverables
- Develop methodologies to achieve outcomes
- Develop a sound level of engineering judgement
- Document and record engineering decisions
Is this course for you?
This course suits engineers, technologists and program managers.
It also suits engineering students about to graduate or those who are new to the engineering workplace.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics we'll cover
- Prioritising workload and providing focus
- Breaking down tasks by understanding the requirements
- Methodologies and actions to achieve outcomes
- Exercising engineering judgement to ensure success
- Documenting and recording engineering decisions
Nick Stanton is a leader in engineering and management, and an accomplished writer and speaker. A Chartered Professional Engineer, Nick delivers training courses on engineering, communications, ethics, safety, leadership and management.
During his award-winning 40-year career as a senior military executive in the defence force, he built and led teams to deliver complex programs and projects—in Australia and overseas.
Nick shares his extensive engineering knowledge during his innovative training courses.
This course is delivered through EEA Online, our new digital learning platform.
You'll learn using a mix of practical case studies, quizzes and reading, audio and video materials. You'll also apply your knowledge in practice with a variety of assessment tasks.
It will take approximately 8 hours to complete.
As it is self-paced, you can start anytime and save your progress as you finish each module.
Once you start the course, you have 90 days to complete it.
EEA Online access
EEA Online is powered by leading Learning Management System (LMS), Canvas by Instructure.
Once you register for a course, you will be provided with access to the EEA Online Canvas platform to start this course.
If you are registering for your first EEA Online course, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org inviting you to set up your EEA Online account.
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