What is KA02 Report Writing?
KA02 Report writing is a technical report which demonstrates engineering knowledge equivalent to qualification from the Washington Accord.
KA02 writing must:
- Focus on 3-4 engineering projects that showcase diverse and growing skills.
- Explain how you applied technical knowledge and solved problems in each project.
- Highlight your individual contributions and impact.
- Demonstrate commitment to continuous professional development.
The KA02 report is assessed by Engineering New Zealand, the engineering authority in New Zealand (formerly known as IPENZ).
An engineer must obtain a positive KA02 knowledge assessment from ENZ to migrate to New Zealand with a skilled visa.
- Submitting a high-quality report the first time is encouraged by ENZ.
- ENZ does not typically re-assess KA02 reports.
- Resubmitting the report requires significant revisions and a new application fee. And, success is not guaranteed.
KA02 Report Writing: Things To Consider
Demonstrate your engineering knowledge profile equivalent to the Washington Accord.
Highlight your ability to apply knowledge and skills to solve complex engineering problems.
Show all eight elements that are expected from an engineering graduate of the Washington Accord in your knowledge profile.
Provide a list of your employment history. Job records should be in chronological order.
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Our KA02 Report Format
Our KA02 report format includes:
1. Summary statement form
The summary statement form explains how an applicant's studies and work experience meet the requirements for Washington Accord equivalence.
Here, we demonstrate your knowledge profile in eight elements/areas. These knowledge elements in are:
Understanding of systematic and theory-based natural sciences applicable to your discipline.
Understanding of conceptually-based mathematics, numerical analysis, statistics and computer science skills to support analysis and build models applicable in your discipline.
Capable of formulating a systematic and theory-based engineering fundamentals required in your discipline.
Having engineering specialist knowledge of your discipline, including theoretical frameworks and practical methods.
Having knowledge that supports engineering design.
Having knowledge that supports engineering design.
- Understanding the role of engineering in society
- Identifying issues in engineering practice in your discipline
- Understanding ethics and the professional responsibility of an engineer to public safety
- Understanding the impacts of engineering activity: economic, social, cultural, environmental and sustainability.
Engaging with research literature of your discipline.
Our writers understand the context and performance indicators for each element. So, we make it easier for assessors to find evidence for each knowledge element by linking them to specific paragraph numbers of the work/study episode.
2. Evidence of application of knowledge
3-4 engineering samples/projects are required from your Work/Study Episodes to demonstrate your application of knowledge.
Here, we describe:
- overview of the project
- background of the project
- objectives of the project
- your roles and responsibilities
- complexities and challenges of the project
- how the project demonstrates application of your engineering knowledge
3. Self assessment form
This form is all about explaining how you believe you have met the standard for Washington Accord equivalence.
When writing a self assessment, our writers ensure to explain 'your point of view' on meeting the criteria. We aim for 500 words per element.
4. Work history summary / CV
It is a list of your employment history. It highlights your key responsibilities, activities undertaken, and major achievement projects.
We list from your most recent job up to your first job.
5. CPD activities summary
It is a record of all relevant CPD activities.
For Example: tertiary course, formal study, short course, technical lectures, seminar, conference, workshop, research, discussion group, non-routine technical meeting, self-learning, voluntary service roles, etc.
Here, we show how your CPD activities helped you reach the high standards equivalent of the Washington Accord. Here, we include:
- Date of activity
- CPD area (where we specify: technical, professionalism, business/leadership, professional engineering engagement, and health and safety)
- CPD topic
- CPD provider
- Activity type
- Learning outcomes
- Total hours
The Specifics of Our KAO2 Report Writing Services
Adherence to Engineering New Zealand's guidelines
The KAO2 report must follow Engineering New Zealand's KA02 assessment guidelines. We understand the expectations of ENZ assessors and make the report clear, precise, formal, original and error free.
Showcase your project in the best light
Since the KA02 report is your chance to stand out as an engineer, conveying how your abilities have grown is crucial.
Hence, we do not just list projects - but tell a story that highlights your skills and impact. We use action verbs and real results to show your technical knowledge and problem solving skills.
Right writer for the right project
At CDR Writer Australia, we have seasoned and proficient KA02 report writers from every engineering domain. All of these writers have a track record of successful outcomes.
Strategic writing and planning
Strategic writing and planning is a must for creating a successful report for KA02 knowledge assessment. Our writers ensure to write each section of the report strategically. This approach enhances the readability and hence impresses the assessors.