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Seminar

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CEng or IEng?

Date and Time

27 January 2014 - 18:00-20:00

Location

Stafford, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the North West Midlands of England local network.


About this event

The evening will cover in detail the requirements for professional registration, mainly concentrating on CEng and IEng. The process will be explained and it will be shown that the form filling is not as daunting as some people may think. The second part of the evening will give ideas on how to compile and produce the “evidence of competence”, focusing on the need for all to keep records. At the close of the formal talks there will be an opportunity for individuals to discuss their particular case with experts. The evening is suitable for all who have started on the path to obtain professional engineering qualifications. 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.

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Unless stated, registration is not mandatory but it does help us to plan and manage the programme more effectively if the system is used. In addition we can send alerts of late changes to arrangements or event cancellation.

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