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The answer to this question is in most cases linked to the model for development of professional competency. The first stage is the attainment of an educational qualification as an important foundation. During the training and experience phase the candidate progressively performs more demanding work and takes on more responsibility. In the final phase the candidate should be working at the level expected of a person who has just become registered but will be under the supervision and control of a registered person.  
While working at this level, the candidate will be undertaking work that require problem analysis and solution, taking impacts and regulation into account, managing processes to ensure that the engineering goals are met, behaving ethically, exercising judgement in decision making and taking full responsibility to the supervisor for the work completed. Effective performance of this work is therefore evidence of competence. The applicant for registration must document this evidence for the registration applications and must undergo documentary interactive assessment by engineering professionals who judge the demonstrated competency against the defined standards.  
Detailed guides are available to the competency standards for each Professional Category:
•         Guide to the Competency Standards for Registration as a Professional Engineer;
•         Guide to the Competency Standards for Registration as a Professional Engineering Technologist;
•         Guide to the Competency Standards for Registration as a Professional Engineering Technician.

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