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After reading the MSA booklet over a couple of more times it appears my qualifications are ideal to be considered an engineering associate. So how do I apply as a mechanical engineering associate? Can't find the options. Has anyone got the steps I need to do? I have emailed engineers Australia to ask incase nobody here knows how.

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Your first step should be to see whther you qualify in an occupation that is on an Australian skilled occupation list.
hello, i would like to humbly ask, regarding the Occupation List in Engineers Australia. I am an Industrial Engineer, from Philippines. I was confused on what occupational list in EA should i apply, bec under Professional Engineer, IE is on the list, but the qualification must be: gotten your degree in Australia? i got my degree in the Philippines, so does this mean that i dont qualify for Professional Engineer occupation list? I have 7 yrs relevant work experience in the manufacturing industry before i got my degree, and after i got my degree, i have work experience in engineering field (manufacturing) for almost 4 yrs now (currently employed) here in Japan. Should i apply under the Professional Engineering even if i got my degree in the Philippines and not in Australia? thank you so much and i hope to hear from you
 

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Most RP engineering degrees are assessed as comparable to an Australian degree, but there is no mutual recognition of engineering competency. To satisfy the requirements of the mandatory pre-migration skills assessment You would have to prepare a Competency Demonstration Report, which is a considerable task. If you want me to have a look at your case, go to my website: pinoyau.com and use the contact form.
 
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