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The ICE South West Bristol & Bath GSA Committee is delighted to bring you the next session in their series of informal Attribute Workshop sessions, with a focus on Attribute 3 – Commercial Ability.
The workshop will allow you to get additional support from your local ICE Membership Development Officer, Suzanne Willis (Bristol). Suzanne will provide an overview of the attribute including recent changes through Membership Streamlining.
Suzanne will be joined by a recently qualified engineer, Piotr Bzdzola CEng MICE who will share examples on how he demonstrated knowledge and experience specific to this attribute on his IPD. Joe Barrie EngTech MICE will also discuss how he demonstrated this attribute as part of his Technician Professional Review.
The workshop will be followed by a Q&A session, so bring your questions about the attribute to the event and ask away!
The session is intended to support all those working towards ICE membership, whether you are a student who is just starting out, a technician or an experienced graduate close to sitting your Professional Review.
Please note the workshop will be on Zoom and will be recorded.
Piotr is a civil/structural engineer who holds a Masters Degree with honours at Cracow University. He started his career working in Warsaw-based companies performing concrete design with BIM methodology. Afterwards, he moved to the UK to work on Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Station, where he has been working for over 2 years. Currently he is working as a BIM Coordinator managing the Field Change Requests by incorporating changes into BIM models at HPC.
Joe started working in the industry as a Trainee Technician for a regional highways contractor in Cornwall. Since completing his apprenticeship, he has worked in a variety of roles, including as an estimator. Other notable experience includes his role as a Highways Technician working as part of a small team responsible for the design, programming and implementation of schemes as part of Cornwall Council’s Capital Maintenance Budget. He is currently working for Stantec as a Technician which sees him support Engineers with the production of design packages for a range of public and private highways and drainage schemes.
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