Summary Statement for Professional Engineer


Summary Statement writing needs to be done in the form of a table in the particular format prescribed by the Engineers Australia (EA). You need to mention the correct numbers of the indicators, units and elements you are referring to and link them to the text that refer to them in your Career Episodes (CEs). In the Career Episode writing, we told you how to number the paragraphs. Now, you have to mention the number of the paragraphs allowing the EA assessor to look directly at the relevant paragraph to find a particular element or indicator without having to go through the entire CDR report first.


  1. Demonstrates commitment to critical self-review and performance evaluation against appropriate criteria as a primary means of tracking personal development needs and achievements.
  2. Understands the importance of being a member of a professional and intellectual community, learning from its knowledge and standards, and contributing to their maintenance and advancement.
  3. Demonstrates commitment to life-long learning and professional development.
  1. Manages time and processes effectively, prioritizes competing for demands to achieve personal, career and organizational goals and objectives.
  2. Thinks critically and applies an appropriate balance of logic and intellectual criteria to analysis, judgment and decision making.
  3. Presents a professional image in all circumstances, including relations with clients, stakeholders, as well as with professional and technical colleagues across wide-ranging disciplines.

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