Entura joins workforce credentialing partnership with Engineers Australia

March 17, 2022

Entura is pleased to announce that the business has entered a three-year partnership with Engineers Australia.

This partnership will offer a business-to-business pathway for Entura’s engineers to achieve chartered status via the Engineering Workforce Credentialing (EWC) Program.

“Chartered status is a demonstration of an engineer’s professionalism and capability. I applaud Entura’s commitment to assessing their engineering workforce against globally recognised engineering standards,”said Dr Bronwyn Evans AM, CEO, Engineers Australia.

Entura strongly encourages ongoing career development for its workforce.

“At Entura, we highly value the professionalism and exceptional competencies of our engineers,” said Tammy Chu, Managing Director, Entura.

“Attaining chartered status offers important recognition of the quality of our people, both nationally and internationally, and gives confidence to our clients.”

“In a further testament to the depth of Entura’s engineering talent, a number of Entura engineers have received recognition through the Engineers Australia Engineering Excellence Awards,” said Tammy Chu.

Recent Entura recipients of Engineering Australia awards include Richard Herweynen (Professional Engineer of the Year, Tas, 2012), Donald Vaughan (Professional Engineer of the Year, Tas, 2018), Seth Langford (Professional Engineer of the Year, Tas, 2020) and Paul Southcott, Professional Engineer of the Year, Tas, 2021).

Furthermore, Entura’s Beth Scott will serve on Engineers Australia’s National Committee for Women in Engineering in 2022.