09 Oct 1-minute guide to the RPEQ system
Momentum is building across Australia to register and recognise professional engineers. As the only Australian State or Territory with a comprehensive and mandatory system of registration for engineers Queensland leads the way for the rest of the country.
What does RPEQ stand for?
Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland
When did the RPEQ system start?
Who manages the RPEQ system?
The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland
Which engineers need to be registered?
BPEQ recognises 26 areas of engineering ranging from Aeronautical and Civil to Mechanical and Structural. Any engineer working in or for Queensland must be registered with BPEQ
How do you become a RPEQ?
1. Complete a four-year engineering degree. 2. Develop competency on the job. 3. Be assessed as qualified and competent. 4. Apply to BPEQ for registration