CDR is a must-have in obtaining a skilled migration visa, for which your CDR report needs to stand out amongst various Engineer applicants in Australia. And hence you can say that writing a CDR requires a lot of focus, experience, and time. If you believe you have good CDR writing skills, that's great, but if you are somewhat uncertain about writing a CDR, you should be seeking professional help.
Why do Most CDR Reports Gets Rejected?
Engineers in Australia without qualifications in engineering are required to show their competency through a CDR report. A CDR Report can help EA test your talents and abilities to decide whether you could get permission to stay and work in Australia. The CDR comprises the following essential components: Curriculum Vitae (CV), Three Career Episodes, Continuing Professional Development (CPD), and Summary Statement.
Many applicants try to create their own CDR report. However, when applicants are less experienced with the rules, guidelines, and CDR writing skills of EA, they tend to make more mistakes which can eventually lead their reports to get rejected. Below are a few common reasons for the rejection of the CDR reports by Engineers Australia (EA):
CDR report is not according to EA guidelines Improper structure and word count Grammatical errors and the presence of plagiarism Absence of essential scanned document Irrelevant career episodes and other information Wrong structure of the Career Episodes, summary statement, and CPD Lack of enough evidence to support the ideas in the CDR report CDR in a different language other than English Career episodes are too technical
CDR Report plays a crucial role to demonstrates your engineering skills and knowledge to meet Australian standards. Suppose you are an engineer from a country other than Australia and want to relocate to Australia.
To know more about the problem and it's solutuon you can read the article Complexity in Engineers Australia CDR requirement
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By Happy and lucky
Hi All, being on 489 visa can we visit New-Zealand or we need tourist visa?
For tourists visa do we have to get it done from our home country or from Australia?
At last, if we want to visit Europe from Australia(while on 489 visa), from where I will apply Schengen visa, Australia or home country?
if someone had similar experience and want to share their perspectives/thoughts please:)