The Competency Demonstration Report Sample for Transport Engineer includes all the necessary reports such as Three Career Episodes, Continuing Professional Development and Summary Statement. The Content of the Transport Engineer CDR Report Sample is as follow:
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3 Career Episodes, 1 Summary Statement and 1 CPD
Transport Engineer Career Episode Report 1
Project Name: “Contract E1002- Architectural and Engineering Consultancy Services for the proposed Eastern Western Region Line (EWRL) Stations”
In first career episode, the author describes the project he did when he was working as Senior Transport Engineer in Maldives. This career episode is based on his project named as; “Contract E1002- Architectural and Engineering Consultancy Services for the proposed Eastern Western Region Line (EWRL) Stations”. During the time, the responsibilities of the author were to:
- Planned traffic diversion schemes based on proposed track alignment and construction methods
- Reviewed architectural and engineering drawings and reports
- Designed and prepared road diversion schemes such as the proposed lane provision, temporary carriageway alignments, and diversion sequences
- Prepared a traffic impact assessment report to assess the impact of traffic diversion schemes on the road network
- Took an assessment of the traffic impacts on the existing conditions, such as car park ingress/egress to/from buildings, bus stops, pedestrian crossing facilities, parking, loading and unloading facilities within the study area
Transport Engineer Career Episode Report 2
Project Name: “Provision of Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy Services for proposed Development at Woodlands North Coast (WNC)”
In second career episode, the author explains the engineering skills he used when he was working as a Road Design Lead. During this time his duties and responsibilities in the project “Provision of Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy Services for proposed Development at Woodlands North Coast (WNC)” were:
- To promote the identity of the district as a new business center for innovation-driven industries
- To promote connectivity and accessibility of cyclists and pedestrians
- To promote smart and sustainable urban design features
- Plan for public facilities and amenities to address the needs of community and industry
- Establish development quantum for individual precincts to address the land use requirements for the districts
- Maintain land use compatibility and connectivity within the study area and with the existing surrounding estates
Transport Engineer Career Episode Report 3
Project Name: “Modification to Woodlands North Station to Facilitate Construction of Future Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link”
In third career episode, the author explains the engineering skills he used when he was working as Project Manager in Tokyo. During this time his duties and responsibilities in the project “Modification to Woodlands North Station to Facilitate Construction of Future Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link” were:
- Prepared the project plan defining the work to be undertaken, the programmer, task organization and deliverables
- Developed the monthly progress reports to demonstrate an overview of work accomplished and the work to be performed in the subsequent month
- Studied both architectural and engineering drawings to review the pop-up structures including entrances, shafts, cooling towers and proposed levels based on a previous design
- Carried out the preliminary and detailed design of interim road layouts serve station entrances including the proposed lane provision, carriageway horizontal and vertical alignments
- Studied commuter facilities such as bus bays, Taxi stands, pick up/drop off bays serve station entrances during the interim period
Transport Engineer Summary Statement
In his summary statement the author presents all the competency elements required for Professional Transport Engineer. 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. His Summary Statement is in complete accordance with the today’s requirements of the Engineers Australia.
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1 Summary Statement and 1 CPD
Transport Engineer Continuing Professional Development
The CPD includes professional courses, non-professional courses and private study. CPD Sample clearly explains the author’s Transport Engineering Knowledge.
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