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CDR stands for Competency Demonstration Report. A CDR in


itself contains five documents, the combination of which makes
it whole. There are three Career Episodes along with their
corresponding Summary Statements and a Continued
Professional Development (CPD) document.

Who needs CDR ?

Students and Professionals alike who possess an overseas


Engineering degree are required to submit CDR for the
migration skills assessment. Engineers who deem the need to
immigrate to Australia for better prospects have to get approved
from Engineers’ Australia through Migration Skills Assessment
process. MSA recognises the qualifications either from
designated Australian Institutions of Higher Learning or from the
institutions based in countries who are a full signatory of Sydney
Accord, Dublin Accord or Washington Accord.
Applicants/Engineers belonging to countries other than those
mentioned in the accords above must submit CDR for skills
assessment.
Steps in preparation of CDR

Step 1. Read Guidelines and Samples


The first point in the process is to carefully read the MSA Guidelines
provided in the MSA booklet containing minute details about the
preparation of Career Episodes, Summary Statement and CPD. Any
sample CDR that one can muster concerning the respective Engineering
field can also be used as a reference.

Step 2. Making a Strategy:


Once the guidelines have been checked and information has been drawn
from it regarding CDR preparation; projects to consider, technicalities to
include in the CDR Etc. It must be carefully planned.
Steps in preparation of CDR

Step 3. Writing:
Once you have chosen the three projects to base your three Career
Episodes on, writing should be started. This is the part which is very
crucial. As the projects are very elaborate sometimes, you have to decide
what to keep and what to leave. Essential technical details must not be
left out including figures, simple calculations etc. and details which aren’t
that critical needs to be left out in the wake of the word count limitation of
each Career Episode. Hiring a tutor at this point is one idea to follow.

Step 4. Revise and Reflect:


The next part after writing the Career Episodes, their corresponding
summary statements and the CPD is to revisit all the documents and see
if all the technical parts have been included or not. In addition to that
grammatical mistakes and spelling errors must also be thoroughly
checked to maintain language quality.

Step 5. Look for Advisors:


Even though you might have used all the techniques told before and
developed the documents inclusive to CDR, you need to seek advice and
suggestion about the quality of the CDR you have prepared. Since you
have no idea about how it is going to be assessed by EA, it is a good idea
to have someone else take a look at it, note down the points that can be
improved and tell you accordingly about it.
Rules for writing

Career Episode
The range of word count for each career episode must be
between 1500 to 2500 words.
The emphasis in the career episode must be on the
explanation of technical responsibilities (personal roles in the
project) so that possession of engineering knowledge and
skills can be seen from it.
The language, tense and sentence structure must be clear,
free of jargons and to the point rather than unnecessary
elaboration or repetition of similar statements.
First person narrative must be used during the CE.

Summary Statement
The summary statement is written in first person narrative just
like the career episode.
Each competency element mentioned in the format must be
addressed.
The word count in a single Summary Statement for a Career
Episode should be more than 900 words.
Rather than copying all the words from career episodes, only
a few sentences must be taken from it and rest of the things
explained a concisely.
Rules for writing

Continuing Professional Development


(CPD)

Table format should be used while enlisting the professional


development oriented activities.
All the regular activities including education, work experience,
internship, training, certifications must be included in a linear
sequence based on the date of those activities.
Some informal activities like short courses, online training can
be included.
It should not exceed one page.
Components of CDR
Assessment

1. Personal Information
Passport Style Photo: You need to provide a recently taken
passport size photograph of yourself with clear visibility of your
face.

Prime ID: You ought to provide your current passport bio-data


page or a scanned national identity card wherever applicable.

Name change documentation: If the name you have been


using has changed over the course showing different names in
academic documents and documents after that, you need to
provide the supporting document for a name change.

Curriculum Vitae (CV)/ Resume: You are required to provide a


fully summarised form of your Engineering level education as
well as work experience gained up until now (if any). The
activities that you have followed up in your career must be shown
in your CV with the mention of inactive periods as well. Bear in
mind that the CV needs to contain a chronological listing of the
work you have done rather than the projects. Don’t use more
than three A4 pages to dictate your activities in the CV.
Components of CDR
Assessment

For each place you worked, the details should include:

Name of the organisation with location (Also provide the


contact details if possible)
Employment dates and duration
Clear Mention of the Position occupied in the period of work (if
multiple positions at different time frames/projects, you can
mention them as well)
Finally, you should provide a summary of the roles you
performed in the organisation. In hindsight, you can also
include the specific projects that you did in the period you
worked for the company.

Language Competency (English): The process of skills


assessment must be supplemented with the proof of English
language competency which is a must.

2. Application Information
You need to make a selection about the engineering occupation
in which you seek an assessment. After that, you need to
provide the evidence of your professional registration if
applicable.
Components of CDR
Assessment

3. Education

You need to provide all your degrees, certificates as well as official


transcripts. In case you have more than one engineering
qualification, those should also be provided. Also, if you have
currently enrolled in any formal education program, letter of your
enrollment and your current transcript must also be made
available.

4. Employment

All the work experiences mentioned must be supported by


documentary evidence. If the document is not in English language,
it should be translated by an authorized translator. Both the
original language and translated copy should then be provided.
Applicants who have claimed engineering employment for more
than 12 months or have based their career episodes upon
professional experience must provide a reference letter from the
employer. The reference letter should be on official company
letterhead stating your title/position, dates of commencement and
termination of work signed by the company’s manager.
Components of CDR
Assessment

5. CDR Report

The CDR report must contain three distinct career episodes along
with a merged summary statement for all three and a Continuing
Professional Development document (CPD).

Plagiarism and Warning from Engineers


Australia
Plagiarism is a serious issue when it comes to Engineers’
Australia. Care should be given during the draft preparation of
Career Episodes and Summary Statement. If any plagiarised
content is found in your documents, you will receive a warning
from Engineers’ Australia first asking for an explanation of why the
plagiarised content was used. If you fail to explain the reasons, the
issue can lead to you being banned for 12 months in addition to
your details being reported to the department of home affairs.
Reasons for rejection of
CDR

There can be several reasons for the rejection of your CDR. Some
of them are listed down and explained below:

1. Lack of technical portions in the career


episodes:
The assessment of your CDR is solely done to see your
competency towards your engineering occupation for which you
want to get your skills assessed. Hence the engineering-oriented
technical activities specific to your occupation must be seen in
your career episodes. If enough technical details aren’t present in
your career episodes, your CDR has high chances of facing
rejection from EA.

2. Improper Documents/Proofs:

If the proofs that you provided as references for the CDR you
submitted are not sufficient enough to prove that the information in
career episodes is correct, your CDR will get rejected eventually.
Similarly providing misleading information in your documents will
make the matter even worse.
Reasons for rejection of
CDR

3. Plagiarised content:
Your CDR needs to be prepared based on your original work. If
plagiarised content is found in your CDR, it will not be acceptable
to EA at all.

4. Word Limit:
Each career episode in your CDR must be between 1500 to 2500
words and not more or less than that. Please remember that
lesser word count might not include all your technical details of the
project, and higher word count would be in similar lines with a
report which is not desirable by EA. Hence word limit should be
maintained for the CDR not to get rejected.

5. Distinct Career Episodes:


There are three career episodes in the CDR. All three must be
trivial with no similarity between each other. Some general parts
can be similar, but the core technical parts of all three must speak
of different projects. Another thing to be clear about is to use the
first-person narrative in detailing your work rather than the group
activities. Remember it is your competency EA is trying to assess
and not your group’s.
Things to consider before
hiring a CDR writer

The CDR Writing Service should be registered


in Australia
Selecting a consultant based in Australia itself is imperative. Often
it can be seen that the consultants based outside Australia
prepare the CDR which has high chances of facing rejection from
EA. The consultants outside Australia are not very familiar with the
Australian Work Environment and legislation scenario leading to
the rejection rate being high for them.

CDR writing service provider should be


familiar with the immigration process
Every service provider for CDR writing must know the immigration
process followed by the Australian Government. The Migrations
Skills Assessment (MSA) process must be clearly understood and
known by them. In addition to that requirements and criteria to be
fulfilled, type of visa suitable for an applicant etc. must also be
known by them. Proper knowledge of these factors can help a
writing service provider to write a perfectly tailored CDR for every
client.
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CDRReportWriters.com is registered in Australia, and we are


familiar with the standards set forth by Engineers’ Australia. It is
of paramount importance that your CDR is being written by an
Engineering Major Writer rather than any other academic writer.
Thus, choosing a writer possessing a deep understanding of the
engineering occupation you plan to apply to, the technicalities
involved with that occupation and exceptional English language
skills are vital in preparing a good CDR. We have Engineers from
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