Engineers Australia CDR sample / CDR Australia

August 17, 2016

Engineers Australia CDR sample / CDR Australia:

 

Writing your Three Career Episodes

 

A career episode is an account of your engineering education and/or work experience.  Each career episode focuses upon a specific period or distinct aspect of your engineering activity. Each career episode must focus on a different period or aspect of your engineering activity. Each episode should focus on how you applied your engineering knowledge and skills in the nominated occupation.

 

You may base your career episode upon:

 

• an engineering task undertaken as part of your educational program;

• a project you have worked on or are currently working on;

• a specific position that you occupied or currently occupy (in this case, the career episode must comprise more than a mere duty statement);

• a particular engineering problem that you were required to solve.

 

Each career episode must be written in English, in your own words and will act as evidence of your communication skills to your assessor.

Do not present large amounts of technical material. It is recommended that each narrative be a minimum of 1000 and maximum of 2500 words.

 

Each career episode must clearly demonstrate the application of engineering knowledge and skills in the nominated occupation. That is, state what you did and describe how you did it, emphasising your own personal role in episode (for example I designed, I investigated etc.) Please do not include excessive technical details (photos, calculations, tables).

Each career episode should emphasise any engineering problems identified by you and any particular problem solving techniques you applied. The purpose of this is to assess your personal contribution in meeting project and task objectives.

 

Please Note:  It is not sufficient to merely describe work in which you were involved. Career Episodes must be written in the first person singular clearly indicating your own personal role in the work described. Remember, it is what I did, not what we did or what ‘I was involved in’ and describe how you did it.

 

You must number each paragraph in each of your career episodes. This is necessary to construct the Summary Statement. The following system is recommended:

Career episode 1 (paragraphs 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 etc.)

Career episode 2 (paragraphs 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 etc.)

Career episode 3 (paragraphs 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 etc.)

Career episode format

Each career episode should be in essay form and not formatted into a table.

 

 

Reference:

1)   MSA BOOKLET

2)   CDRFOREA

3)  Engineers Australia CDR sample / CDR Australia

 

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