Sarah, our CDR writing Expert for Mechanical Engineering, says this about Career Episode Report –
“Career Episode Report is the real meat of CDR. Whatever the applicant has really done, goes in there. I wouldn’t be lying if I say that it is here, where the applicant should really jump out of the page if he/she wants to get her CDR approved ”
Sarah is one of our our finest CDR Report writer, who has helped close to 100 applicants so far get to get to Australia so when she says something, one has no choice but to listen. 🙂
A career Episode demonstrate your engineering work and/or education. It should highlight how you applied engineering skills to your nominated occupation.
A career Episode demonstrates your engineering work and/or education. It should
highlight how you applied engineering skills to your nominated occupation. Engineers
looking to migrate to Australia must apply under one of the four occupational categories
defined by Engineers Australia for Skilled Migration:
One can check competencies for each of these categories at Engineers Australia. Your Career
Episode Report must demonstrate that you have all the competency elements required for the
occupation category for which you are applying.
To be written in 1000-2500 words, each career episode must look to address one competency unit and its subsequent elements. Each episode may be based on –
Another important aspect to be considered is that it (Career Episode) needs to be written in an essay format rather than a table. However one must number each paragraph to provide ready reference in the summary. Following format is recommended as per EA MSA booklet.
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.)
One has to write 3 career episodes in a CDR; with each demonstrating a competency unit and its subsequent elements. And each career episode report is to be written in an essay format rather than a table.
Here is the format of career episode report –
As per Monica, our CDR expert for Civil Engineering, if the following 4 points are kept in mind before one actually gets down to writing the career episode report, a lot of rework can be saved.
If you are stuck with Career Episode Report Writing, do fill in the form on the side and our team will get in touch with you. With experience of writing more than 200 Career Episodes till date (and 100% Success Rate), we are a safe and trusted bet.Engineers Australia most probably asks engineers to write their CDR Report on their own as to demonstrate the communication skills to the assessor. But, if you present a poorly written CDR to the EA, you will be getting your CDR report rejected by Engineers Australia instantly.
I took their help in writing my one career episode. I wasn’t so sure of the format that’s why looked out for help. And have to admit, these guys didn’t disappoint at all.
Electrical Engineer, UAE
I had written the CPD myself but wasn’t comfortable in writing career episodes. Therefore I took an external help. Am happy with their output.
Mechanical Engineer, Canada
Good Work on my Career Episodes.
Civil Engineer, India
I had outsourced my entire CDR to them. I was pleasantly surprised to interact with Monica who takes care of Civil Engineering. Not only she wrote me a CDR that got approved but also kept me apprised of every fine detail. I am in Australia just because of Monica.
Production Engineer, Singapore