Entura celebrates initial outcomes of workforce credentialing partnership with Engineers Australia

September 20, 2022

Entura is celebrating the initial outcomes of our 3.5-year workforce credentialing partnership with Engineers Australia.

Announced in March, the business-to-business pathway offers Entura’s engineers a streamlined way to achieve chartered status, with targeted support and resources.

Our first engineers to achieve chartered status through the pathway are Hydrologist Ash Rasheed, Senior Civil Engineer Beth Scott and Electrical Engineer Daniel Minnucci. They were recognised recently at the Tasmanian division of the Engineers Australia Engineering Excellence Awards, where Beth was also a finalist in the Young Professional Engineer of the Year category. A further 4 Entura engineers have achieved their CPEng since.

“It feels great to be recognised by the engineering community with the support of Entura and Engineers Australia,” said Beth.

Chartered engineer (CPEng) is one of the most important technical credentials for an engineering professional, and is nationally and internationally recognised. It is a measure of excellence, and signifies that the recipient holds a certain level of skill, talent and experience.

“We are proud to help further the professional development of our exceptional engineers,” said Entura’s Managing Director, Tammy Chu. “Attaining chartered status offers important recognition of the quality of our people, both nationally and internationally, and gives confidence to our clients.”

“It’s a pleasing initial result from this partnership, and we look forward to seeing more of Entura’s engineers achieve this credential over the next three years.”