Mechanical Engineer 1 CDR Sample

Mechanical Engineer 1 CDR Sample $49.50 AUD

The Author of this CDR is a Professional Mechanical Engineer in the beginning of his Career.
In this Mechanical Engineer CDR the author describes three projects including a project he was working during his final year of degree studies (Career Episode 3). Two other Career Episodes describe two projects the author was working on in a full time Mechanical Engineer position.

In his work on these projects the author has demonstrated his technical skills, and skills in design, ability to select the most appropriate components for design implementation and propose the best possible solution to problems arise during his work. When the author was responsible for the whole project, he delivered solutions according to project’s schedule and within the project budget. The author worked in close coordination with his colleagues prepared various reports and made presentations to the customers and academic staff.

The author has demonstrated all professional elements required by the Engineers Australia in his CDR. The author has proved both his technical interpersonal skills providing customers with projects carried out in timely and efficient manner. This, good English level of his Career Episodes and high quality of the CDR enabled the author to pass the migration skills assessment with the Engineers Australia successfully in 2011.

More details about the content of the Career Episodes could be found below.

The structure of this Mechanical Engineer CDR is very clear; the author makes use in the sentences from Competency Elements from the Migration Skills Assessment booklet, which makes adaptation of this CDR to your own CDR very easy.

Before each episode there is a brief explanation of the responsibilities taken in the position described in the episode.

Complete Mechanical Engineer CDR

Purchase the complete Mechanical Engineer CDR including three Career Episodes, Summary Statement, and Continuing Professional Development. Purchasing the complete report is highly recommended, for better understanding of the complete work scope of writing of the Competency Demonstration Report.

Episode 1: Mechanical Engineer

In the first Career Episode the author describes his work in a position of the Mechanical Engineer in a big machine producing company. Author’s main responsibility in this position was design of a new machine. His work involved investigation of market, preparation of 2D and 3D drawings, carrying out necessary calculations, estimating the approximate machine cost and finding the best solutions to problems occurring during the design implementation.

Episode 2: Mechanical Engineer

In the second Career Episode the author describes his work as a Mechanical Engineer in the same company as in Career Episode 1. In this Career Episode the author was working in the technology department and was responsible for provision of technical support to the current specific machine production, and to design several new modules to this machine. The design work included cost estimation, preparation of drawings, purchasing of the necessary components and assembly of the new modules.

Episode 3: Mechanical Engineer – Final year University Project

This Career Episode describes author’s final year project in Mechanical Engineering. The author was responsible for design and optimization a small innovative technology bio-reactor, equipped with all pipes, pumps, valves and connections. During the work on this project the author has made calculation, chose the most appropriate components assembles and tested the system and produced a report summarizing the whole project.

Summary Statement

In this summary statement all of the competency elements required for Professional Engineer are presented. There are cross references in the summary statement to the relevant paragraph of the episodes, as explained in the Engineers Australia migration skills assessment booklet. The Summary Statement is in complete accordance with the today’s requirements of the Engineers Australia.

Continuing Professional Development

Includes professional courses, non professional courses and private study.