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Professional Qualification for Civil Engineers: Roads to Chartership & Advice for the Dynamics Specialists

Event organised by Society for Earthquake and Civil Engineering Dynamics

Date
17 March 2022
Time
12:30 - 13:40 GMT
Location
Online

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Overview

In this Young SECED event, Alison Jones (ICE) and Mark Scorer (Atkins) have been invited to provide guidance on how to become a chartered civil engineer. Recognizing that individuals who work in the field of dynamics often have a diverse educational background and professional experience, Alison Jones will discuss the different routes to chartership, including the European route. Subsequently, Mark Scorer will share his experience as SCE at Atkins, presenting common challenges that individuals face whilst preparing for Chartership and giving practical advice on how to tackle those.

Although this event targets individuals who work or study in the field of dynamics, it can benefit any engineer on their path towards ICE Chartership.

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Speakers

Alison Jones

Alison Jones

ICE

membership development officer

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Alison Jones

Alison is a Chartered Engineer who has worked for the last 18 months as a Membership Development Officer for the ICE. Alison began her career working with London Underground and has more latterly worked for a large consultancy. She was a DE and SCE for many years and is an ICE Reviewer for EngTech, IEng and CEng.

Mark Scorer

Mark Scorer

Atkins Ground Engineering

chief engineer

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Mark Scorer

Mark is a Chief Engineer who is Atkins Ground Engineering’s Discipline Lead for Seismic Geotechnics. He has fifteen years’ experience working on and managing a range of sensitive projects in the nuclear, defence, oil & gas, dams and building development sectors both in the UK and internationally.

Mark is a SECED committee member and helped establish their Young Members Group. He is also a qualified Urban Search and Rescue Engineer with the UK charity SARAID and their Engineering Training and International Development Officer. Mark has been a DE and SCE for several years, providing support to many young engineers during their Chartership journey.