APEGS International Mobility Australia
APEGS International Mobility (Australia) route applies to only those engineers who have been provided with the registration status of MIEAust NER or MIEAust CPE
APEGS International Mobility (Australia) route applies to only those engineers who have been provided with the registration status of MIEAust NER or MIEAust CPEng NER by Engineers Australia and whose membership is in good reputation. It doesn’t include those who are granted registration by means of a third-party mutual recognition agreement (MRA).
Having told you what APEGS International Mobility (Australia) is, now, we are about to tell you about its application process.
The following are the 12 steps of the APEGS application process for International Mobility (Australia):
1. Create an account in APEGS Central, or log in if already have one.
2. Check your mail for an ‘APEGS sign-up verification’ from email@example.com. The link in this mail will help you reach directly the APEGS Central homepage.
3. From there, you need to click on the ‘Applications’ quick link on the left side of the page.
4. Choose ‘Apply Now and choose the ‘Engineer-in-Training – International Graduate’ application type. For the submission of your application online, pay the application fee by credit card. Hire an APEGS report writing expert to know more about additional payment options.
5. Contact APEGS and indicate that you are applying under the Mutual Recognition Agreement with Engineers Australia.
6. After that, apply for the World Education Service (WES) ICAP document-by-document credential assessment. If unable to obtain a WES assessment, contact APEGS for more information. Alternatively, notarized/certified copies of related university transcripts/diplomas can be sent to the authority by mail. Scanned or faxed copies will not be accepted.
7. Submit the necessary documents to APEGS, including:
Your identification proof
Your most updated resume
8. APEGS will confirm your Registration with EA and inform you by mail when you have been approved.
9. An invoice for pro-rated annual Registration fees will be posted to your online profile. When you have paid your registration fees, use the ‘engineer-in-training’ title.
10. You will automatically be provided with a credit of 36 months of work experience towards professional membership.
11. After that, you need to complete a Competency-Based Assessment to show Canadian Experience Competencies (CECs). You also need to pass the PPE (Professional Practice Exam), which is on Canadian law, ethics, and professionalism.
12. Finally, after completing the above-mentioned requirements, you need to submit a Professional Member application.
For a successful academic assessment, you need to go through the APEGS self-assessment. So, you should hire an expert who can help you to prove your academic eligibility.