How CDR Report Helps in The Migration Skills Assessment Of Australia

Are you an engineer? Is it your dream to settle in Australia? Do you want to both settle in Australia and work as an engineer over there? If your answer is a resounding yes to all 3 of these questions, you are at the right place. We at are here to help you clear the initial hurdle that stands in the path of you and your goals.


Australia has a point-based immigration system that provides permanent residency to its applicants. The Migration Skills Assessment (MSA) program is taken by the applicants who are applying for a permanent skilled migration visa to move to Australia and become eligible to get a high skilled job. This general skilled migration (GSM) program is an Australian work visa program for skilled individuals like engineers and has a variety of subclasses of visas to offer of which only subclass 189 (skilled independent subclass) and subclass 190 (skilled nominated subclass) provide permanent visas.


The Migration Skills Assessment is a paper-based test to assess the credibility of your qualifications and work experience to determine the compatibility of your skills with the Australian standards of a skilled job. To apply for the MSA, you have to choose your assessment pathway based on your educational qualifications which can be accredited by either one of the following:

  • Engineers Australia
  • Washington Accord
  • Sydney Accord
  • Dublin Accord

Engineers Australia is the assessing body for all engineers applying for general skilled migration. In the Engineers Australia Skill Assessment, applicants need to qualify and score points based on their educational qualification and work experience, the data of which is provided in a Competency Demonstration Report (CDR).


The CDR contains documents which prove the credibility of the educational qualifications and work experiences of the applicant. A lot of points are scored based on this CDR report so care is taken to make sure that the data provided in here is accurate otherwise the applicant will face lots of unnecessary difficulty in the migration process. This report should be written following the guidelines of Engineers Australia Skill Assessment and should be authentic and plagiarism free.


Since lots of patience and guidance is needed to write a Competency Demonstration Report (CDR), most engineers don’t have the luxury to spare time from their busy routine to write a proper CDR by themselves and it is not expect