Civil engineers are highly trained professionals who design and oversee the construction of public works, such as roads, bridges, dams, tunnels, buildings, airports, water and sewage systems, and other large infrastructure projects. They can either work for a government organisation or in private industry competing for government contracts. Much of the work is done in an office, but civil engineers also go to project sites to monitor construction.
To become a Civil Engineer in Australia a university degree in engineering (with a major in civil engineering) is usually required.
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Some courses you may like to consider;
- Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours)
- Masters of Civil Engineering
To work independently as a Civil Engineer you will need to register with the appropriate organisation to gain a Professional Engineer’s Licence.
- Project Management
- Consulting Services
You may like to think about moving on from this career, some transferable skills can be utilised in roles such as;
- Project Engineer
- Senior Civil Engineer
- Project Manager