The Emerging Engineers Leadership Program (EELP) supports the development of rising young engineering talent.
Built for engineers with three - six years' experience, the EELP program is designed to bridge the gap between graduate capability and the Chartered credential.
The eight-month program consists of seven core modules selected to build the professional skills, business acumen and independent practice early career engineers need to become a Chartered Engineer. Increasing their value in the workplace and empowering them to springboard into more senior roles.
Beyond the core modules, participants can customise the program with one or more electives, for an additional fee.
On completion of the program, participants will earn recognition in the form of a digital badge and have built a portfolio of evidence for their CPD log for when they commence their application for Chartered status.
EA member: $3,390 ex GST
Non-member: $3,898 ex GST
Starts 16 September 2022
RSVP: 15 September
Exclusive delivery for groups of 10+.
8 months or customisable
- duration, and
This program is available for individual engineers with three to six years' work experience or organisations employing this cohort.
For organisations looking to upskill graduate engineers, visit the Graduate Program page.
For organisations looking to understand their engineering workforce capability, visit the Engineering Skills Framework page.
This seven module program contains 48 learning hours includes interactive virtual workshops, self-paced courses and Engineers Australia micro-credentials with built-in learning and assessment.
Beyond the existing seven module program, participants also have the option for an additional fee to include further elective modules.
Take this course to build skills and knowledge in the following Engineers Australia Chartered status competencies*:
1. Dealing with ethical issues
2. Practice competency
4. Deliver safe and sustainable solutions
6. Risk management
13. Local engineering knowledge
*Completing this course does not automatically guarantee you a competency. However, you will gain the base knowledge you need to develop these specific Chartered competencies.