Competency Demonstration Report (CDR) for Australian Immigration
Personal Information
Full Name: [Your Full Name]
Date of Birth: [Your Date of Birth]
Nationality: [Your Nationality]
Email Address: [Your Email Address]
Contact Number: [Your Contact Number]
Application Information
Application ID: [Your Application ID]
Engineering Discipline: [Your Engineering Discipline]
Date of Submission: [Date of Submission]
Career Episodes
Career Episode 1: [Project Title]

Introduction:

Dates: [Start Date – End Date]
Location: [Location]
Organization: [Organization Name]
Position: [Your Position]
Background:

Overview of the project.
Your role and responsibilities.
Objectives of the project.
Personal Engineering Activity:

Detailed description of tasks you performed.
Challenges you faced and how you overcame them.
Use of engineering knowledge and skills.
Summary:

Outcomes of the project.
Your personal contribution to the project’s success.
Skills and competencies demonstrated.
Example:

In this project, I was responsible for designing and implementing a wastewater treatment system for a manufacturing plant. The project aimed to improve the efficiency of the treatment process and ensure compliance with environmental regulations. I conducted extensive research, designed the treatment system using advanced software, and supervised the installation and testing phases. The project was completed on time and resulted in a 30% increase in treatment efficiency.

Career Episode 2: [Project Title]

Introduction:

Dates: [Start Date – End Date]
Location: [Location]
Organization: [Organization Name]
Position: [Your Position]
Background:

Overview of the project.
Your role and responsibilities.
Objectives of the project.
Personal Engineering Activity:

Detailed description of tasks you performed.
Challenges you faced and how you overcame them.
Use of engineering knowledge and skills.
Summary:

Outcomes of the project.
Your personal contribution to the project’s success.
Skills and competencies demonstrated.
Example:

During this project, I led a team to develop a renewable energy solution for a remote community. My role involved conducting site assessments, designing the solar power system, and coordinating with stakeholders. I applied my knowledge of renewable energy technologies and project management to ensure the system was both efficient and cost-effective. The project provided sustainable energy to the community and reduced their reliance on diesel generators.

Career Episode 3: [Project Title]

Introduction:

Dates: [Start Date – End Date]
Location: [Location]
Organization: [Organization Name]
Position: [Your Position]
Background:

Overview of the project.
Your role and responsibilities.
Objectives of the project.
Personal Engineering Activity:

Detailed description of tasks you performed.
Challenges you faced and how you overcame them.
Use of engineering knowledge and skills.
Summary:

Outcomes of the project.
Your personal contribution to the project’s success.
Skills and competencies demonstrated.
Example:

In this career episode, I worked on the design and optimization of a chemical processing unit. My responsibilities included performing process simulations, optimizing the design for efficiency, and ensuring safety compliance. Through rigorous analysis and innovative problem-solving, I was able to enhance the unit’s performance by 20%, reducing operational costs and improving safety standards.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Provide a list of all professional development activities you have undertaken. This can include workshops, seminars, courses, conferences, and other training activities.

Example:

Attended a workshop on Advanced Project Management Techniques (June 2022).
Completed a course on Renewable Energy Systems (March 2023).
Participated in the Annual Engineering Conference (September 2023).
Summary Statement
The summary statement links your career episodes to the competency elements for the nominated occupation as per Engineers Australia's Migration Skills Assessment guidelines. Each paragraph in the career episodes must be linked to the relevant competency elements.

Example:

PE1 Knowledge and Skill Base: Refer to specific paragraphs in your career episodes where you applied engineering principles, theories, and techniques.
PE2 Engineering Application Ability: Link to instances where you demonstrated problem-solving, design, and project management skills.
PE3 Professional and Personal Attributes: Highlight your communication, leadership, and ethical practice.
Documents to Attach
Academic Transcripts: Certified copies of your academic transcripts.
Curriculum Vitae (CV): Updated CV detailing your professional experience and achievements.
Employment References: Letters from employers verifying your work experience and roles.
This structure ensures that your CDR is comprehensive, organized, and adheres to the requirements of Engineers Australia. Be sure to personalize the content with specific details of your projects, roles, and achievements to effectively demonstrate your competencies and skills