Becoming an Incorporated Engineer Unit 2: Navigating into the Engineering Profession
Often, the engineering workplace is very different to what you may have been used to, so this unit aims to give you an idea of what to expect. It will introduce you to the engineering workplace and different workplace environments, and outline what it is like to work as a developing engineer.
For those of you already in the workplace, this unit will provide you with a deeper understanding of the workings of engineering organisations.
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Appreciate an employer's perspective on working in the engineering profession.
Understand what it is like to work in an engineering organisation.
Understand what it is like to work in engineering teams.
Understand what it is like to work as a developing engineer.
Know how to report to others, and why we do so.