The Electrical Engineering Group membership is open to anyone with an interest in Electrical Engineering - including students, technicians, draughts persons, local body, engineering sales staff, management and consultants. As a member, you'll have access to benefits such as: socialising with other like minded professionals, seeing a range of electrical engineering beyond your immediate field, opportunity to grow business and technical contacts.
The Electrical Engineering Group supports those working on extra low, low, medium and high voltages within the built environment, power, industrial, controls and automation sectors of industry and commerce.
This is a technical home for electrical engineering professionals which brings together the extensive skills, expertise and experience of professionals to encourage excellence; influence and promote the highest standards of skills and competence to the industry; gain recognition for and advance the electrical engineering profession.
What we do
The Electrical Engineering Group is in its infancy and the interim committee is developing its objectives, join now to keep up to date. Current member benefits include:
Access to an online community for discussion, sharing of information and networking.
Attendance at technical presentations, networking events and seminars.
Be kept up to date with the latest industry news.
If you would like to participate in our subcommittees, let us know. Standards New Zealand approaches Engineering New Zealand form time to time to ask for nominations of people to serve on standard development committees. Engineering New Zealand disseminate these request to relevant Technical Groups for consideration. The EEG is presently taking part in two standard reviews namely: AS/NZ 1020 The control of undesirable static electricity, AS/NZS 2293.1 Emergency lighting and exit signs for buildings - Part 1: System design, installation and operation and
AS/NZS 2293.3 Emergency lighting and exit signs for buildings - Part 3: Emergency luminaires and exit signs. Education Sub-committee looks at the supply and demand of graduates into the industry. We participate in conversations about matching supply and demand and national and regional levels across the board including technician, technologies and professional engineers (NZDE, BEngTech, BE programmes)
Engineering New Zealand
EEG is a technical group of Engineering New Zealand. Engineering New Zealand is a non-profit membership organisation, dedicated to promoting the interests of engineers and engineering and do so by having a voice on topical issues. Our members are professional, credible and up to date with industry changes. We support them every day to be the best engineers they can be, and shout their contribution to our communities from the rooftops. Put simply, we bring engineering to life. As New Zealand's professional body for engineers since 1914, we create a community of learning, collaboration and support for engineers from all disciplines throughout the lifespan of their careers.