Engineering Education Australia

Expert training delivered in-house and customised to meet the needs of your business.

A partner for excellence

Engineering Education Australia is your trusted partner for training and developing talent within your organisation. Our courses are administered by experienced professionals and provide CPD hours to your employees. They can be delivered in-house, fully customised to suit the specific needs of your business.

As the dedicated training division of Engineers Australia, EEA is positioned to provide the best instruction possible to your engineering team. The value gained equals value added to your clients, team building for company culture and increased performance at every level.

Our comprehensive range of courses provides professional development opportunities for all engineers, from those new to the discipline to experienced professionals and beyond to project managers and leaders.

Training for graduates

When you take on a graduate you’re investing in both the future of Australian engineering and in your business. Promising young talent poised to innovate with the latest technical training — further enhanced by our graduate program to gain essential skills not found in their degree coursework.

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Developing your engineering team

We offer courses that are both technical and non-technical, and with training programs customised to your business you are ensured your team is developed extensively and efficiently. We teach engineers the latest codes and regulations, strengthen project management skills for successful outcomes and train highly technical professionals to be mentors and leaders.

Explore our wide range of courses for engineers.

In-house, on-target

When you’re charting a course for growth there are many factors to consider. One of the most important is the talent and capability that will get you to the next horizon and beyond. In-house corporate training for engineers is the most effective, valuable method of increasing your engineering team’s skills.

Any of our courses and programs can be customised to fit your needs. We work with your business to develop a comprehensive solution that can be delivered Australia-wide.

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Our commitment

Engineering Education Australia is committed to Australian engineers and industry. With the history and experience of Engineers Australia and insights of over 100,000 engineering members, our ability to assist you in the development of your team is only matched by our dedication to the profession and its practitioners.

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