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27 JANUARY 2015
These surgeries offer members and potential members of any grade an opportunity to discuss issues with their local Membership Development Officer on a one-to-one basis over the phone.
Appointments are strictly limited to 30 minutes and pre-booking is essential.
Member , Non-member
Membership information , Professional development
London , South East England
Are you unsure about the professional qualifications available?
Do you have out-of-the-ordinary academic qualifications?
Would you appreciate advice on how to work towards the Professional Review attributes in your present job (maybe whilst not in a mainstream civil engineering job)?
Do you want to know about Fellowship, the Benevolent Fund, the Retired Members’ section, any of the committees or the Specialist Registers?
We have arranged a Membership Surgery to give people who would not normally be visited by a Membership Development Officer (MDO) an opportunity to receive advice on a one-to-one basis.
This webinar is an introduction to ICE Fellowship, providing guidance on the requirements and how to approach your application for the highest level of ICE membership. For further information please see www.ice.org.uk/fellowship
East Midlands , East Of England , London , North East , North West , Northern Ireland , Scotland , South East England , South West , Wales , West Midlands , Yorkshire and Humber
The purpose of this briefing is to relay more information on the ICE Membership Streamlining processes that are being introduced throughout 2015, and help you to prepare for the changes being introduced and rolled out from the 19th January.
This briefing will discuss more details of all these processes, including screen shots of the Online IPD tool, and introduce to you the new Professional Review Guidance documents.
This lecture will cover how the Scottish Government’s national transport agency, Transport Scotland worked with major event organisers and key stakeholders both at the transport planning and the operational delivery stages in the lead up to and during 2014.
This will be of particular interest to graduates preparing for MPR, CPR, and CPRP.
Subjects to be discussed will be those that could feature in written exercises at a Professional Review.
East Of England
This talk will set out the main requirements of the ICE Professional Reviews for IEng and CEng candidates based on ICE’s new Professional Review Guidance document.
The Roger Chantrelle, ICE Membership Development Officer and Reviewer, will also explain the competence standards which form the basis of the Review and the candidate’s submission documents.
Speaker: Dr Ian Heritage of The Concrete Society.
An update on Technical Report 32, the national guidance document on analysis of hardened concrete in the UK.
Innovation and research , Structures and buildings
The geological, geotechnical and hydrogeological aspects of the York Potash Limited Mineral Transport System Tunnel.
Associated society member , Member , Non-member
Associated Societies , Ground engineering
Yorkshire and Humber
This course will cover all the required Health & Safety content to help you successfully prepare for your Professional Review.
Health and safety , Professional development
You are invited to attend this meeting of the Railway Correspondence & Travel Society which will be of particular interest to railway buffs and bridge engineers.
Associated Societies , Structures and buildings , Transport
South East England
28 JANUARY 2015
Membership surgeries offer members and potential members of any grade the opportunity to discuss issues about routes to membership with a Membership Development Officer on a one-to-one basis.
The importance of providing high quality cycle infrastructure in our towns and cities is increasingly recognised. Higher levels of cycling can help to tackle congestion, encourage healthier lifestyles, reduce transport’s impact on the environment, and enable those on lower incomes or without access to a car greater levels of mobility and access to opportunities.
Come along to learn, and share, how to design effective cycle infrastructure in different urban settings to deliver a safer and more attractive environment for cyclists.
Environment & Sustainability , Transport
Streamlining the ICE's Membership Process
You are invited to this very important SCE/DE session following the recent announcements of the changes that are to take place in January 2015 to the ICE’s processes.
28 JAN - 18 MAR 2015
A must do course for anyone preparing to sit their professional review this coming Spring or Autumn (other interested candidates also welcome).
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