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CDRReportWriter provides one of the finest services in the market. Experts from different engineering fields like Mechanical, civil, Telecommunication, Electrical, Electronics, mechatronics, Aeronautical, Agriculture, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil engineering draftsperson, Electrical engineering draftsperson, Engineering professionals (NEC), Environmental engineer, Geotechnical engineer, Industrial engineer, Materials engineer, Structural engineer, Transport engineer are available for you to help you get positive skill assessment from Engineers Australia.
All the Engineers who are interested in getting the job or the permanent residency (PR) in Australia needs to go through this process. You are eligible for the application even though you do not have an Australian degree. But on the other hand, those candidates who have their qualification accredited from Washington accord, Sydney accord, or the Dublin accord only need to submit all the documents to the Engineers Australia portal.
We know how important it is for you to get a positive assessment so understand it and know that we make it simple for you.
Complete CDR Report Writing Service
One of the most requested services for us and also one of the most popular services that are on-demand is for writing the complete CDR report service. The complete CDR report writing Service includes 5 documents which are 3 career episodes, summary statements, and the competency demonstration report.
Career Episode Writing
The other most favorite option that our client’s avail is writing the career episode. This is one of the trickiest parts of the skill assessment. Even though the MSA booklet has all the needed information, it has failed to explain a lot of information there like what kind of project to select….
Summary Statement Writing
Summary statement writing can be one of the easiest and one of the hardest sections in the CDR report. The format of the summary statement would already be provided in the MSA booklet but most of the clients get confused on how to accommodate all the 3 career episodes information in the summary statement.
Stage 2 Competency Assessment
The Engineers Australia Stage 2 Competency Assessment reflects the expert’s experience, expertise, engineering ability, professional level of working practice, and optimistic attitudes.
CDR Review Service
Many candidates which to write their career episode themselves but at the end they do want to run their work through professionals who are experts in this field to avoid any possible mishaps. The CDR review can also be done in two ways:
Frequently Asked Questions
CDRReportWriter can answer each question related to the project/CDR writing service. We help you prepare the highest-quality Engineering document, maintaining grammatical accuracy and meaning in writing, the level of writing, congruent with the engineering content.
Competency demonstration report (CDR) is the pathway for Engineers whose degree/qualifications don’t fall into the direct accreditation category of Engineers’ Australia. Suppose you are a graduate engineer accredited by the Australian Education wing (Sydney Accord, Washington Accord, Dublin Accord). In that case, you don’t need a CDR for registering yourself as a registered engineer in Australia. Else, CDR is the only pathway for you to register yourself as a registered engineer in Australia.
The following documents are required for preparing a complete CDR application:
• One Passport Size Photograph
• Bio Page of Identity Proof
• CV / Resume
• English Proficiency Certificate (IELTS, TOEFL iBT, and PTE)
• Certificate of Graduation
• Certified Academic Transcripts
• 3 Career Episodes
• Summary Statement
• Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
If you do not meet the requirements for your nominated occupation, you will be sent a letter stating that you did not complete the pre-migration skills assessment. The assessment components where your application did not meet the requirements will be indicated in the letter. If you don’t agree with the outcome of your application, you are highly recommended to talk to the assessor, who will then recommend you the available options for a reassessment.