Accelerating Careers with Engineers Australia

BG&E Resources (BGER) had the pleasure of hosting Darren Purple from Engineers Australia to meet with our Discipline Leads, to share information about the recently established Engineering Workforce Credentialing (EWC) partnership between BGER and EA. This partnership provides a supported pathway for our Engineers to achieve Chartered status.

BGER is pleased to announce that this partnership has already seen Rhys Ledger, EIC Discipline Lead, as the first to be awarded Chartered Professional Engineer status by Engineers Australia.

We are immensely proud of Rhys’s dedication to technical excellence and professional growth. His achievement reflects our ethos of supporting our team members to excel in their respective fields.

We also extend our congratulations to the following individuals on also becoming chartered professionals via the BGER EWC partnership:

• Jamie Cigulev, Mechanical Discipline Lead
• Brendan Frichot, Senior Mechanical Engineer
• Ben Pereira, Lead Mechanical Engineer
• Daniel Ausling, Principal Mechanical Engineer
• Steve Evans, Technical Director – Civil

Chartered engineers are recognised throughout the world for their skills and their professionalism. At BGER, we recognise the passion our people share for problem solving and development of knowledge, and our Chartership program is just one of the that we are working with our teams to fulfil their career aspirations and deliver increased value for clients.

“I congratulate BG&E Resources on their commitment to credential their engineers against global engineering standards of practice” says Romilly Madew, AO, HonFIEAust, CEO Engineers Australia.

Are you interested in joining a dynamic engineering consultancy that promotes from within and supports career development? Please reach out to Sarah Hackney or Nicole Bowdell, from our Talent Acquisition team, for a confidential discussion.

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