Becoming an Incorporated Engineer Unit 7: Competence E - Demonstrating Personal Commitment
This unit will discuss Competence E and its requirements, outline how it can be applied, explain how your development can be recorded and show you a real life example through a case study.
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Understand an employer's perspective on Competence E.
Understand the Engineering Council UK-SPEC requirements for Competence E.
Learn how to put Competence E into practice.
Recognise how to keep records for Competence E.
Appreciate the application of Competence E through a real life case study.