Becoming an Incorporated Engineer
Times are changing and workplaces are becoming increasingly competitive. It is now more important than ever to consider the next steps in our career development, and how to achieve professional registration. This course aims to support candidates to achieve Incorporated Engineer (IEng) status.
The course is structured around the UK-SPEC and the IET’s IEng process and outlines what this process entails, why this route is important, the benefits of taking this route and what to expect in terms of a timescale and time commitments. Becoming registered as an IEng requires you to display a specific level of competence and commitment. The UK-SPEC have divided these into 5 clearly defined categories, A-E, and this course considers each category in terms of understanding the requirements of each competency, how to put them into practice and how to keep records of your development. The course also presents real-life case studies of each competency in practice.
The course also equips you for your competence review: the final step in becoming professionally registered. This course will guide you in what you should do once professional registration is achieved, such as undertaking CPD and perhaps considering your next steps in achieving Chartered Engineer (CEng) status.
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|Partner Details||BSSEC, Building Services Sustainability & Environmental Consultancy, is in the business of helping commercial organisations become more energy efficient. BSSEC was founded by current Executive Chairman Paul Bennett in 2005. Paul started his career as an electricians apprentice and has worked up to become an Executive Chairman of international businesses. Paul is a Chartered Engineer and Chartered Director with 30 years’ experience in electrical and mechanical building engineering design, contracting, maintenance and operation. Paul’s specialisms include management, company direction, energy efficiency and renewable infrastructures. Paul acts as an ambassador to the Institute of Directors and is a member of the IET. In 2016 Paul was awarded the Institute of Directors' “New Chartered Director” title and is a fellow of the IoD.|
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• Practical examples.
• Case studies of how others have met the key competencies.
• Next steps guidance.