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Hello All,

I am currently preparing CDR Documents for Spouse skill assessment.

Qualification: Bachelors in Civil Engineering
Work experience: in Technical Sales

I am really confused how to prepare the career episodes. So here are my questions:

1. Can I include the degree project as my career episode 1 and episode 2 & 3 from my work experience as a technical sales person.

2. Can someone share sample career episodes done based on a) academic project, b) Technical Sales or c) a combination of both.

3. If I decide to not include my work experience and prepare the CDR based on academic qualification only, how will I provide 3 career episodes since there was only 1 Project work done as a part of the curriculum?

Hoping somebody to help me out of this situation,

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Yes you can prepare 1 CDR from your degree project and rest from your work experience or in any combination. But be sure that nowadays EA is asking for original report for the degree project. So the report should be free from plagiarism. (EA uses "Turn It In" Turnitin - Technology to Improve Student Writing which is a universal plagiarism detection engine. It compares submissions against both previous submissions as well as public information (white papers, manuals, websites, etc.)

Firstly, in which Category you are going to apply?
Engineering Manager
Professional Engineer
Engineering Technologist
Engineering Associate

Then read the respective category roles and responsibilities from the MSA booklet. This will give you an insight what to write.

Again for the CDR format refer Page 19 in MSA booklet from below link
https://www.engineersaustralia.org.a...rch%202018.pdf

I prepared my CDR without referring to any sample files. It is not that hard. The problem with the sample you tend to copy the format unknowingly and end-up in similarities and possible ban for one year. (My friends got one year ban for the mismatch in the dates in his CDR report and college report submitted. As he could not able to provide proper evidence for the mismatch.)

To the final question, In general all the students do at least 2 Mini project and 1 main project as part of their curriculum. If you have done any mini project you can include that. In your case you are lucky that you have the option to include work experience as well to cover the minimum requirement of 3 CDR's.

Please refer to this thread to get some idea

https://www.expatforum.com/expats/au...l#post11831113
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