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The evening will cover in detail the requirements for professional registration.

Date and Time

30 April 2013 - 18:30-21:00

Location

Evesham, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Hereford and Worcester local network.


About this event

A series of workshops have been planned in the West Midlands to assist members applying to the IET for the award of CEng or IEng qualification under the UK SPEC requirements, and for advice and/or help with the application process.

The workshop commences with a presentation on the requirements for both CEng and IEng status, followed by guidance on the detail of what sort of evidence should be included. This is then followed by a general question and answer session, after which there will then be the opportunity for you to discuss any queries you may have on a one-to-one basis with local Professional Registration Advisors (PRAs).

Those who have graduated in the last one or two years will find it beneficial to attend and get an early feel of what is required. 

Anyone wishing to discuss their own particular case is strongly recommended to prepare a draft of their application.

Further information on professional registration can be found on our website. 

Speaker 

The IET Professional Registration Advisors - John Lorriman and James Sweetman. 

Programme

18:30 for 19:00

Registration information

Prior registration is required.



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