General Tips –Career Episodes Preparation
Engineers, in continuation to our previous post, if you are now preparing your CDR for migration skills assessment with the Engineers Australia (EA), here are more tips on Career Episodes preparation.
Important things to pay attention to in Career Episodes preparation
When you are writing your Career Episodes there are technicalities you must pay attention too. The most important one is to write your Career Episodes using “I” language. This means that you describe the work you have personally carried out. You should not use “we” or “our” or reduce usage of these words to minimum. If you describe them work – give a short background of the team work and then describe in details part that was carried out personally by yourself using “I” language.
Also, try not to use passive tense, always use active tense when writing your Career Episodes. Example of passive tense: “The X work was carried out”. Example of active tense: “I have carried out the X work”.
Another important matter is to use the right paragraphs numbering: The guidance in regards to paragraphs numbering is given on page 19 of the EA booklet which you can download from EA website.
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