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6 JANUARY 2015
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.
Member , Non-member
Membership information , Professional development
London , South East England
Do you want to become a Chartered (CEng) or Incorporated (IEng) Engineer? If so, this is your opportunity to progress to ICE Professional Review.
The workshop will take place during four two-hour sessions between January and April 2015.
7 JANUARY 2015
This story begins with emptying chamber pots out into the street, moves on to the 'Night Soil Personnel', and continues Sewage Treatment up to the modern aerobic and anaerobic systems.
Environment & Sustainability , Water
8 JAN - 12 MAR 2015
Do you want some help in putting together a Career appraisal submission?
These four workshops are a series of interactive practical sessions designed to clarify the process, help you identify appropriate experience, and document it. By the end of the course you should have completed your:
Experience Report and CV
12 JANUARY 2015
The North West Regional Support Team is holding an ongoing programme of membership surgeries for individuals who want to find out about routes to membership. If you want to know more about the application process, you can book an individual consultation with Membership Development Officer, Gillian Elvy who will be able to answer your questions and offer advice.
This technical meeting is titled 'Dredging, Debris and River Management' and is delivered by Jeremy Benn, JBA. This is a joint meeting with CIWEM.
Associated Societies , Industry initiatives , Municipal engineering , Water
13 JANUARY 2015
Two seminars (back-to-back in one day) offering a comprehensive insight into key legislation and occupational health and welfare issues that graduates should be conversant with in order to sit the professional review. Other engineers wishing to learn more in this area are also welcome.
Associated Societies , Health and safety
A newly qualified chartered engineer will discuss the route to chartership with the ICE along with the advantages of becoming chartered and how it has benefited their career.
From the design concept through to decommissioning in offshore engineering.
13 JAN - 3 MAR 2015
A course designed to provide helpful advice and guidance for delegates preparing to sit their Chartered or Incorporated Professional Review.
Associated society member , Member , Non-member
South East England
Jeremy Jones of Dŵr Cymru Welsh will talk about retrofitting a variety of surface water management techniques, aimed at reducing the amount of surface water entering the combined sewer system in the Grangetown area whilst also enhancing local amenities.
Environment & Sustainability , Municipal engineering , Water
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
The legal implications of using Building Information Modelling on a construction project.
Part of our 2015 series of “Almost Everyone’s Guide to Engineering” talks, covering different engineering disciplines including Water, Transport and Energy. Talks will be delivered in pairs, with the first aiming to give an overview of how our local infrastructure works and the second focusing on a local project in that field. Ideal for cross-discipline learning or for the non-engineer.
Associated Societies , Environment & Sustainability , Water
Colin Eddie will be presenting his own perspective on the past, present and future of Tunnelling.
Associated Societies , Geospatial engineering , Ground engineering , Innovation and research
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