Engineers Australia is the national forum for the advancement of engineering and the professional development of our members. We are committed to promoting and advocating for our profession, its many industries and those who proudly bear the title of engineer.
As a member, you gain access to the knowledge, activities and networks that will guide your career at every stage. Engineers Australia provides support from student level - well into retirement – and all the places of achievement, leadership and contribution that lay between.
Explore the pages below to find out more about joining and the many benefits and rewards of an Engineers Australia membership.
A step by step guide to becoming a member with Engineers Australia
Membership benefits & guides
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Exclusive rewards (Ignite)
Our members enjoy world-class services from a variety of affiliates.
How to attain the invaluable credential of Chartered status.
Calculator to help you assess fees for all grades of membership.
Managing your membership
Important information for managing your membership.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and helpful advice relating to membership.
Transitioning from one engineering category to another.
A quick guide to occupational categories for engineers.
Learn about Stage 1 and Stage 2 assessments of qualifications and competencies.
With a lifting capacity of up to 800 t, Sydney City Marine is a full-service shipyard which caters for all types of marine craft, from small recreational vessels to large commercial vessels, tugs and superyachts.
Join the Mid North Coast Group on a tour of the Pacific Highway upgrade from Oxley Highway to Kundabung, constructed by Lend Lease. Roads and Maritime Services is upgrading about 37 kilometres of the Pacific Highway to a four lane divided highway from north of the Oxley Highway to south of Kempsey.
Does presenting or talking in public put the fear of Sith into you? Come along and learn and practise in a safe space!
Come along and learn (and more importantly practise) some tips and tricks to becoming a Public Speaking Jedi with Women in Engineering and Young Engineers on May 4th.
We will have members of Toastmasters along to run through some drills to improve your public speaking skills.