To achieve Chartered status is the pinnacle of the engineering profession around the world.
Chartership is the highest available technical credential for an engineering professional. It’s nationally and internationally recognised as a measure of excellence and signifies a certain level of skill, talent and experience.
In partnership with Engineers Australia, Protest Engineering has a number of engineering professionals working toward Chartership through the Engineering Workforce Credentialing Partnership (EWC). The partnership aims to accelerate the attainment of CPEng status across our business, demonstrating our commitment to exceptional engineering professionalism.
The partnership is essential to ensure our people are aligned with the increasing statutory requirements for engineering registrations around the country. The EWC Partnership offers Protest Engineering employees a streamlined process to engineering chartership!
We are excited to announce that the first of our 20 EWC participants have now achieved Chartership!
Stephen Moss, Associate Director – Structural Engineering
Jonathan Bennett, Senior Structural Engineer
Blake Thomas, Practice Director – Gold Coast
Justin Taing, Associate Geotechnical Engineer
Rob Spurr, Senior Drafter / Structural Modeller
A Chartered credential is a reflection of the years an engineering professional has dedicated to their field and shows employers, clients and stakeholders alike the importance of excellence.
At Protest Engineering, we’re dedicated to fostering the growth of our employees and advancing the engineering field as a whole. This achievement aligns perfectly with our mission and showcases the value we place on continuous improvement.
Congratulations to our team members! Your success is a reflection of our collective commitment to engineering excellence.