CDR Reports

A CDR is competency demonstration report submitted by an engineer in the field of profession for which he shows he fits well into. CDR report writing is a popular medium through which engineering aspirants are seeking a skilled migration visa for Australia. Preparation of a CDR is done by many engineers who are trying to go for the skilled migration process. Authority in Australia that checks the CDR is EA; a short form for the engineers Australia. They have devised a certain benchmark for a CDR. If the submitted CDR matches the guidelines and is up to the mark, it is selected for the skilled immigration application and visa process is eased up.

Our CDR reference reports for various Engineering disciplines are prepared by highly professional engineers’ team. These CDR reports contain all the elements and sections required for Competency Summary Statements in the Career Episodes. We have highlighted the key phrases and clauses in the CDR reports so that you can adapt them to make your own CDR with convenience.

Referring to our CDR reference reports will definitely save your precious time and make it convenient for you to write a quality Summary Statement yourself that enhances your chances for approval of your application by IEAust and Engineers Australia Membership.

A career episode describes your engineering education and job experience. Each career episode must mention a unique period or aspect of your engineering work. Moreover, each career episode should represent how you applied your engineering skills in the nominated occupation.

You can base your career episode upon following items:
• A project on which you have worked on or are currently working on;
• an engineering task undertaken as part of your educational program;
• a specific position that you occupied or currently occupy;
• a particular engineering problem that you were responsible to solve.
You should number each paragraph in each of your career episodes. This is must to prepare the Summary Statement. An example of this is given below:
Career episode 1 (paragraphs 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3)
Career episode 2 (paragraphs 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3)