Territory-first credentialling program for Territory Generation engineers

Territory Generation is pleased to announce we have partnered with Engineers Australia to offer our engineers access to a new Engineering Workforce Credentialing (EWC) program, which is the first of its kind in the Territory.

Engineers Australia Chartership is a globally recognised accreditation that is a mark of excellence, demonstrating the highest level of professionalism in an area of practice. Through the EWC program, Territory Generation will fund annual membership for its engineers and accelerate their attainment of Chartered status.

The EWC program offers Territory Generation engineers opportunities to develop their skills locally, achieve a globally recognised accreditation and reach the top of their profession. It supports Territory Generation’s focus of ‘growing our own’, which in turn benefits the Territory and the local economy. The EWC program will elevate the capability of Territory Generation’s engineering workforce and support the delivery of major projects, including the Darwin-Katherine battery energy storage system and the installation of the hydrogen-capable TM2500, which offer exciting hands-on challenges for engineers.

“Territory Generation is proud to partner with Engineers Australia on this Territory-first workforce credentialling project” said Territory Generation Chief Executive Officer, Gerhard Laubscher. “A highly capable and innovative engineering workforce is critical to our delivery of service as the Territory’s trusted and respected energy services provider. The program is proof of Territory Generation’s commitment to excellence as we contribute to sustainable energy solutions and provide power and a range of energy and Essential System Services across the Territory.”

“Chartered engineers are recognised throughout the world for their skills, competency and professionalism; attributes that will see Territory Generation engineers well placed to deliver on major Territory projects such as the Darwin-Katherine battery energy storage system and the installation of the hydrogen-capable TM2500,” said Engineers Australia Chief Executive Officer, Bronwyn Evans.

The formal signing.