What are Stage 2 Competency Claims?
Stage 2 Competency Claims, also referred as Engineering Competency Claim (ECC) is a crucial written statement for Stage 2 Competency Assessment.
The competency claims are the foundation for Stage 2 Assessment. It is submitted to Engineers Australia to demonstrate engineering competencies. It is required for achieving “Chartered Engineer in Australia” status.
There are 4 Stage 2 Competency Claims, which are:
- Personal Commitment
- Obligation to the Community
- Value in the Workplace
- Technical Proficiency
There are 16 competency elements that are categorised under these competency claims. However, depending upon the pathway to be chartered, the number of elements can vary from 11-16. Here are all the 16 elements:
Group 1: PERSONAL COMMITMENT
- Deal with ethical issues
- Practice competently
- Responsibility for engineering activities
Group 2: OBLIGATION TO COMMUNITY
- Develop safe and sustainable solutions
- Engage with the relevant community and stakeholders
- Identify, assess, and manage risks
- Meet legal and regulatory requirements
Group 3: VALUE IN THE WORKPLACE
- Taking action
Group 4: TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY
- Knowledge of technology
- Local knowledge
- Problem analysis
- Advanced operation
And each element of competence serves several indicators of attainment.
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Stage 2 Competency Claims Writing: Things to Consider
Understand the specific elements and indicators of attainment for each competency for your nominated engineering discipline.
Utilise resources provided by Engineers Australia, such as online guides and webinars.
Use a clear, concise, and professional writing style. Write in the first person ("I did this").
Be specific about the outcomes and impact of your work.
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