IEng and CEng Training Day- Fast Track your IMechE Application   Fully Booked

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Professional development event
30 June 2016 09:30 - 15:30
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Description

Why attend this course: Many engineers have expressed a wish to become Professionally Registered Engineers and Members of the IMechE. This course has been designed to help you through each of the UK-SPEC competence statements and application paperwork; preparing you for the submission of your papers and Professional Review Interview. The interactive training sessions will help you to submit an application for Membership with guidance and advice from one of the Institution’s Business Development Managers and a Professional Development Consultant.

What you'll be able to do at the end of this course:

  • Understand how your qualifications, career and experience map across to the requirements for IEng or CEng Registration
  • Compose Personal Competence Statements and Development Action Plan
  • Submit an application for Membership
  • Prepare for interview

Topics covered:

  • The application form and Competence statements
  • The Development Action Plan
  • The Professional Review Interview

Costs attached: Attendance is Free of Charge

This course is NOT suitable for those on MPDS. For further guidance on completing MPDS, please refer to the MPDS FAQs on our website or contact mpds@imeche.org.  

Bookings:  Please book with Stephanie Baggett - bdm@imeche.org.  Pre-registration is required, and places are limited.  These will be issued on a first come, first served basis.

Lunch will be provided, please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.

 

Speaker(s)

Farah Baksh, Business Development Manager Scotland Professional Development Consultant

Address

Antrim Civic Centre
50 Stiles Way
Antrim
BT41 2UB
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Stephanie Baggett
0207 304 6970
IMechE
1-3 Birdcage Walk
Westminster
SW1H 9JJ
London, United Kingdom
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