General Tips Career Episodes 3

Engineers, if you are now writing your CDR for migration skills assessment with the Engineers Australia please read this article. This article as well as other articles you can find on our provide you with guidelines on how to approach Career Episodes preparation in the right way.

In continuation our previous article, we would like to expand here about writing of the Personal Engineering Activity part of the Career Episodes. We have already mentioned that you should start from your duties statement and expand it in this part of the Career Episode paying particular attention to your design related duties.

Career Episodes writing – representing your design experience

Along with the design experience description, you will need to include the following in your Career Episodes: you will need to include information about professional software you used for design and documentation, calculations you made for the design, mention what drawings you have made.

Next thing you need to do is to think about significant problematic situations you faced in your work and describe one or two major problematic situations on your Career Episodes. You will also need to describe in detail the solutions you found for these problems. The problematic situations could be related to technical side of your work or related to the project as a whole or could be related to financial aspect of the project or any other significant problem you have faced during your work / project.

In the next article we will describe what additional important information needs to be included in the Career Episodes in order to generate strong CDR that have high chances to pass the Engineers Australia assessment on the first attempt.If you have any questions on CDR form writing or you need a professional to check your ready (or draft) CDR please contact us on