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Anywhere you have internet access.

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Learn from those that have been there. Not the academics with the theory, or the humanities version.

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A month after training have you forgotten it? Get cheat sheets for later reference, with practical tips (not theory).

At The Questioning Engineer we’re harnessing the power of online education in new, innovative ways.

Are you a questioning engineer?
Online training and professional development for engineers and infrastructure professionals should keep you curious. You need real world, non-technical skills, and we deliver them without boring you to tears.
Writing skills, sales tools that win proposals, and project management used to be things that were nice to have in an engineer.
Now?  Leave them out and you might be left out in the cold.
Whether it’s to nail your job, or climb to the next career rung, we’ve got you covered with courses and resources.

Step up with training for engineers that want more

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The training comes to you with instant online access to courses, or access to customised coaching or in-house training for your team. This is real engineering training for real-life engineers.

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Engineering Email Masterclass

It’s simple. You need busy people to read your emails, understand them the first time, and take action. Our free 10-minute masterclass is packed with simple tips and strategies to get your emails noticed and get the results you need.

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Time Management For Engineers

Why is time management any different for engineers? If you feel like you spend all day troubleshooting with no chance for ‘real’ work… get some help from engineers who’ve been there.

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Writing skills for engineers

Do your engineering reports make eyes glaze over? Do they make your colleagues, boss and clients switch off? If you struggle to communicate technical information to non-technical people, we help you get your point across.

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Winning good work

Are you spending too much time on proposals? Winning the wrong engineering projects, or getting the scope wrong so you’re working for nothing? Become the engineer known for writing winning, profitable proposals. We know how, and we’re ready to share.

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The tools in the course have definitely helped me get my message across in simple terms. The biggest help has been the cheat sheets. Being able to have the sheets as a quick reference guide at my desk when I’m writing my technical reports has been a huge aid – at a glance, I can see exactly what I should be cutting out and reducing. I can quickly identify what is padding, and it jogs my memory. I’ve still got a bit of a way to go to be an excellent writer. But in terms of getting the gist across to the non-technical reader, and being able to simplify my message, I'm way ahead of where I used to be.

James HopgoodPrincipal Engineer, AECOM, Sydney Australia

The tools in the course have definitely helped me get my message across in simple terms. The biggest help has been the cheat sheets. Being able to have the sheets as a quick reference guide at my desk when I’m writing my technical reports has been a huge aid – at a glance, I can see exactly what I should be cutting out and reducing. I can quickly identify what is padding, and it jogs my memory. I’ve still got a bit of a way to go to be an excellent writer. But in terms of getting the gist across to the non-technical reader, and being able to simplify my message, I'm way ahead of where I used to be.

James HopgoodPrincipal Engineer, AECOM, Sydney Australia

The Questioning Engineer’s online course was easy to navigate and to the point. I was able to employ a few simple techniques to change the way I write emails. The changes mean I get a better response to the emails that need to be actioned. Thank you!

Narelle BerryDirector, Water Licensing - Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal

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