The Engineers Australia’s Professional Year in Engineering program was developed by Engineering Education Australia (EEA) to equip international graduates of Australian universities.
The Professional Year in Engineering
The Engineers Australia’s Professional Year in Engineering program was developed by Engineering Education Australia (EEA) to equip international graduates of Australian universities with the skills and experience they need to start a successful career. The program consists of training and an engineering internship placement to provide a pathway from study to employment in Australia.
44 weeks, as gazetted by DIBP
Professional training specific to the industry
Australian work practices
Professional Australian Engineering internship for 12 weeks
Completed an undergraduate or postgraduate award in Australia in engineering
Hold or applied for a 485 visa (either stream) or a Higher Education Sector visa (subclass 573)
Evidence of a minimum of IELTS 6.0 in all bands
A valid skills assessment from Engineering Education Australia.
Professional development and career and resume building in the IT industry.
Become a member of ACS (Australian Computer Society)
Enhanced workplace communication skills and an introduction to the Australian business workplace culture and ethics.
Provide an integrated and practical application of relevant career skills
Provide a platform where the students in the PYP/ICT can learn the Australian workplace professional code of conduct..