CDR Report Sample for Electrical Engineers (ANZSCO Code: 233311)

 

CDR Report Sample: Electrical Engineer

ANZSCO Code: 233311

The Competency Demonstration Report Sample for Electrical Engineer includes all the necessary reports such as Three Career Episodes, Continuing Professional Development, Summary Statement and Curriculum Vitae. The Content of the CDR Report Sample is as follows:

  • Curriculum Vitae: Resume based on a professional template.
  • Continuing Professional Development Sample: CPD Sample clearly explains the author’s  Engineering Knowledge- 1000 words.
  • Electrical Engineer Career Episode Report Sample – 1:“MATLAB Simulation of Solar Photo Voltaic Module and Hydropower Plant”- 2080 words.
  • Electrical Engineer Career Episode Report Sample – 2: “Master Plan and Feasibility Study on Extension and Reinforcement of Power Distribution System in Pokhara valley in Nepal”- 2100 words.
  • Electrical Engineer Career Episode Report Sample – 3: “Optimal Allocation of Static and Dynamic Reactive Power Support for Enhancing Power System Security”- 2100 words.
  • Electrical Engineer Summary Statement Sample: Detail explanation of all the competency element- 1120 words.

Electrical Engineer Career Episode Report Sample 1

Project Name: MATLAB Simulation of Solar Photo Voltaic Module and Hydropower Plant

In first career episode, the author describes the project he carried out for the fulfilment of Bachelors in Engineering (Electrical and Electronics) from Pokhara University. The project’s name was “MATLAB Simulation of Solar Photo Voltaic Module and Hydropower Plant”. The responsibilities of the author were:

  • To design solar voltaic module using MATLAB
  • To study the output characteristics of the system using simulation
  • To design hydropower plant using MATLAB
  • To study the characteristics of hydropower by simulation
  • To study the characteristic curves and effect of variation of environmental conditions like temperature and irradiation on them
  • To study the PV module’s behavior under partial shading condition

Electrical Engineer Career Episode Report Sample 2

Project Name: Master Plan and Feasibility Study on Extension and Reinforcement of Power Distribution System in Pokhara valley in Nepal

In second Career Episode, the author explains the engineering skills he used in the project he carried out for the fulfilment of Bachelors in Engineering (Electrical and Electronics) from Pokhara University. His duties and responsibilities in the project “Master Plan and Feasibility Study on Extension and Reinforcement of Power Distribution System in Pokhara valley in Nepal” were:

  • To detect the status of the transmission of electricity by NEA in Pokhara valley
  • To sort the problems faced by the transmission of electricity
  • To understand the issues that cause the problem of lossless transmission
  • To research and provide possible improvement in the present system to reduce the loss
  • To make the maximum utilization of the available resource regarding the context of the power distribution

Electrical Engineer Career Episode Report Sample 3

Project Name: Optimal Allocation of Static and Dynamic Reactive Power Support for enhancing Power System Security

In third Career Episode, the author explains the engineering skills he used in the project he was involved in as a senior student. His duties and responsibilities in the project “Optimal Allocation of Static and Dynamic Reactive Power Support for enhancing Power System Security” were:

  • To develop an approach to identify severe contingencies and vulnerable buses so that voltage prone areas can be outlined in the network that need reactive power support
  • To identify the degree and nature of voltage problem
  • To develop a methodology to better identify optimal locations with reduced integer (location) optimization complexity
  • To develop a methodology for optimally allocating static and dynamic VAR source for a single contingency
  • To develop a methodology with reduced complexity for optimally allocating static and dynamic VAR source for multiple severe contingencies considered simultaneously

Electrical Engineers CDR Summary Statement Sample:

For CDR Report, summary statement written by author represents all the competency elements required as a Electrical Engineers. As guided by Engineers Australia migration skills assessment booklet, summary statement comprises of cross references to the relevant paragraph of the episodes. The Summary Statement written with CDR must be in accordance with the requirements of the Engineers Australia.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Sample for CDR:

The CPD list to be included with CDR Report includes professional courses, non-professional courses and private study. Author’s Electrical Engineers Knowledge is judged based on the CPD provided to EA.

 

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