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 13 January 2015 06:29 PM
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20did99

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Joined: 24 June 2012

I am looking to register for EngTech, I have started to fill in my competances questions, but im now stuck on section E.
Do they even look at these sections, because when I preview my application I dont actually see any of this.

Any help would be great.
 13 January 2015 09:01 PM
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jcm256

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Could be wrong but is this below what you mean: You could do a couple of these things, like take a H & S test. But better ask an IET advisor.

E Make a personal commitment to an
appropriate code of professional conduct,
recognising obligations to society, the
profession and the environment.
Your commitment will be to become part of the profession
and uphold the standards to which all members subscribe.
You need to show that you have read and understood
your institution's Code of Conduct.
E1 Comply with the Code of Conduct of your
institution.
The professional review involves demonstration of, or
discussion of, your position on typical ethical challenges.
E2 Manage and apply safe systems of work. Provide evidence of applying current safety requirements,
such as risk assessment and other examples of good practice
you adopt in your work. You will need to show that you have
received a formal safety instruction relating to your workplace
(such as a CSCS safety test in the UK), or an update on
statutory regulations. In the UK an example would be COSHH
requirements.
E3 Undertake engineering work in a way that
contributes to sustainable development.
This could include an ability to:
. Operate and act responsibly, taking account
of the need to progress environmental,
social and economic outcomes
simultaneously.
Show examples of methodical assessment of risk in specific
projects; actions taken to minimise risk to society or th


http://www.theiet.org/membersh...rofreg/profregfaqs.cfm
 13 January 2015 09:35 PM
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peteTLM

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Are you sure you are looking at the right form 20did99?
The Engtech application pack used to use the same form as IEng and CEng, but that changed a few years ago.

Not sure what it currently asks you on carear manager

The newer form asks you at section E:
Please indicate which category of registration you wish to apply for............


Get an IET mentor to guide you through the process. You will have one by the end of the week.

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 14 January 2015 06:31 PM
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davidwalker2

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Hello 20did99

As peteTLM sayss, it looks as though you have the wrong form, download the correct one from
http://www.theiet.org/membership/profreg/app-form.cfm

Speak to the registration people at the IET, they are really helpful, and will also get you your own Profesional Registration Advisor (PRA) who will help you present your best case.

To answer your question, yes they look at all the information in all the sections in making their decision.

David
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