Professional writers do work on CDR-RPL and is a 7 year old independent organization with a highly experienced team of professional writers, providing complete guidance/assistance for Migration Skill Assessment by Engineers Australia, ACS and IPENZ for Migration to Australia and New Zealand.
We assist varied background engineers in there respective domains to write there Competency Demonstration Reports (CDR), Recognition of Prior Learning (ACS RPL) & Knowledge Assessment 02 (KA02) report for successful migration skill assessment.
we offer services – from writing or reviewing any particular section of the CDR for EA, RPL for ACS and KA02 for IPENZ to writing/proofreading entire reports.
Our professional writers belong to several engineering disciplines and have profound knowledge in their respective engineering disciplines. They have extensive experience and keen understanding of the elements/factors that are necessary for positive skill assessment from EA, ACS or IPENZ.
The purpose of the CDR is to demonstrate
• How you have applied your engineering knowledge and skills;
• That such application meets the competency standards of the relevant occupational category
The major assessable features of the CDR are your narratives written in English of three career
episodes and a Summary Statement of the competency elements you
For each workplace provide:
• Organisation name and location including contact details where possible
• Dates and duration of employment
• Title of position occupied by you
• Your defined role (provide a duty or appointment statement where available) and/or a brief
description of your activities
The CV is to be a chronological listing of employment, not projects.
RPL is a way introduced by Australian computer society to provide opportunity to the people who have Degree qualification but their degree is not listed ICT list provided by ACS to demonstrate their practical experience and claim a residence in Australia.
There are two categories for applying in RPL
If a person has degree education and has a six years of relevant experience as listed in the key skill areas ACS then one can apply for RPL
If a person don’t have qualification but have a relevant eight years’ experience then one can apply for RPL by ACS
The Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand is revamping its membership structure to appeal to a broader range of engineering professionals, including engineering geologists.
Categories of Chartered Member for engineering technologists, engineering technicians and engineering geologists will provide enhanced status and credibility for these important groups of engineering professionals.
While IPENZ currently operates registers of current competence for these groups (ETPract, CertEtn and PEngGeol), these have had very limited take up and will be discontinued. Anyone currently on one of these registers will be eligible for the equivalent category of Chartered Membership without any further assessment.
Similarly, current Technical Members (TIPENZ) and Associate Members (AIPENZ) will become Chartered Members in the equivalent category without any further assessment. And if you are a Professional Member (MIPENZ) now, you will automatically become a Chartered Member (CMIPENZ) on 1 October.
Another important change is that we are broadening our membership eligibility criteria to ensure that we provide a professional home for engineering geologists at all stages of their career. Currently, engineering geologists only have the option to join IPENZ as Affiliate members, but in the new pathway, they’ll be eligible for all classes of membership from Student through to Chartered Member.
If you’re not currently a member or on a register, becoming a Chartered Member will continue to involve an assessment of engineering competence to an internationally benchmarked standard. A more holistic approach will ensure that this assessment is accessible to engineering leaders, academics and other engineers in less design-focused roles.
As part of IPENZ’s commitment to raising standards of ethics and professionalism, from 1 October all IPENZ members will be required to commit every year to the Code of Ethical Conduct and continuing professional development. Alongside this annual commitment, Chartered Members will be required to submit to a periodic review of their CPD practice after a two year transition phase.
These changes do not have any impact on Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) registration, which is separate from IPENZ membership. If you are CPEng plus Professional Member (MIPENZ) now, then on 1 October you will be CPEng plus a Chartered Member.
The Membership Pathway changes coincide with a name change for IPENZ, to Engineering New Zealand. The name change signals a major shift in the organisation’s strategy, and makes it clearer to the public and other stakeholders who we are and what we do. We will continue to reflect our heritage by using the tagline “Institute of Engineering Professionals”. Retaining the word “Professionals” helps reinforce it’s at the core of everything they do – and removing the term “Professional Engineer” is key to being more inclusive, relevant and attractive to a broader range of engineering professionals.