In-house corporate training

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About Engineering Education Australia's in-house corporate training service

When your business depends on the skills of engineers, their professional development is more than an interest — it’s an investment.

Engineering Education Australia (EEA) is a trusted provider of in-house corporate training for businesses across Australia. We work with you to customise and deliver cost-effective training programs for your teams. If you need training for groups larger than six, our in-house program will provide even greater value for your business.

EEA provides consultation and support, program customisation and multiple delivery options. There are over 70 courses and workshops to choose from, covering technical, business, and management skills. All of our courses contribute to your employees’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD), providing added benefit in maintaining Chartered Status.

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To learn more about developing an in-house corporate training program, visit the EEA website or contact the team today.

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