What is Career Episode Writing?
Career episode writing is a crucial aspect of CDR. As per EA guidelines, there must be 3 career episodes. Each episode should show the applicant's application of engineering knowledge and skills in the nominated occupation. To be more specific, each career episode should showcase the applicant's specific individual contributions to each engineering project mentioned in the episode.
The content in a career episode should always match with the competency requirements of one of these occupational categories:
- Professional Engineers
- Engineering Technologists
- Engineering Associates
- Engineering Managers
In simple words, career episodes and competency elements are integral. Thus, career episode writing must address EA's competency standards. Remember that a well-written professional career episode is your ticket to getting acceptance for the MSA CDR application in the desired occupational category.
Career Episode Writing: Things to consider
Elaborate engineering work in first person narrative and keep it within 1000 to 2500 words for each Career Episode.
Focus on showcasing your engineering knowledge and work experience for fruitful assessment.
Portray engineering evidence, such as diagrams, calculations, and tables, for a strong career episode.
Precisely describe engineering hurdles and problem-solving techniques used.
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Aadya Sharma, our CDR writing expert for Civil Engineering, says this about the Career Episode –
"Career Episode is the real deal of a CDR report. It really is the game-changer. These episodes are the crucial sections for an engineer to showcase what they have achieved- qualifications, skills, and experience. Basically, if you want to move to Australia as a recognised engineer, you need career episodes that demonstrate your expertise!"
In our Career Episode Writing Service, we explain your challenging engineering journey and how you tackled it with your skills. Our expert CDR writers guarantee error-free, original, and concise career episodes, which significantly increase the chances of positive skill assessment.
Our Career Episode Writing Format
Our experts strictly follow EA’s career episode writing format which includes: Introduction, Background, Personal Engineering Activity, and Summary.
The introduction is around 150 words. Here, we clearly state:
- The dates and duration of the career episode,
- The geographical location where you gained the experience, and
- The name of the organisation
Background (200-500 words)
The background section is between 200 to 500 words. When writing background in the career episode, we clearly mention:
- engineering project’s nature
- the objectives of the project
- your particular work area’s nature
- a chart featuring organisational structure and your position
- a statement of your responsibilities
Personal Engineering Activity (600-1500 words)
Our CDR report writing experts ensure to write this section in between 600 to 1500 words. In this part, we best describe your actual work in the project. Our goal is to craft compelling personal engineering activity by giving your ‘contribution’ the centre stage. Also, we never miss addressing the technical difficulties/problems you faced and how you solved them. Along with that, we explain the strategies you devised and collaboration you did with other team members.
We perform summary statement writing with precision of each career episode. Our focus is to provide your personal perspective and overview regarding the project. And, we also include the project's success and how your role helped the project.
The Specifics of Our Career Episode Writing Service
Align with Specific Engineering Occupational Category
Each career episode must cover the competency standards of the relevant engineering occupational category. Hence, our licensed CDR experts always focus on writing career episodes that align with the requirements of the targeted occupational category.
Adherence to EA Guideline and Format
Engineers Australia is strict when it comes to its Career Episode format. At CDR Writer Australia, we strictly abide by the format and writing guidelines set by Engineers Australia. We make sure that every word in the career episode is thoughtfully-written and shows your competency.
Clear, Concise Organogram
We give equal importance to crafting meaningful organograms in every career episode. The visual representation of the organisational structure and your roles in the hierarchy are presented clearly.
Technical + Creative Writing Style
We avoid using too many technical terms or jargon words when writing career episodes in CDR report writing. Our approach is practical, ensuring that your career episodes always meet the technical requirements of EA while also keeping it engaging.
Highlighting Your Contribution, Not the Project
We put effort into understanding your role with an aim to show how important you were for the project before writing the career episode section. Why? Because career episodes demand a demonstration of what you did, how you did it, and what difference you made in any engineering project.