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Topic Title: C.Eng. for trainers / Lecturers
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Created On: 28 January 2010 02:37 PM
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 28 January 2010 02:37 PM
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michael barrett

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Hi all,
My early career was in the electrical control area during which time I registered as I.Eng.
For the last 20 years my career is in a technical training role - industrial automation. My qualifications are BSc.(hons) and M.Eng.
I am considering applying for C.Eng. but am deterred by my lack of engineering experience in the field. I have published several peer reviewed papers at conferences (IEEE. etc)
Can I progress to C.Eng. ?
Comments please.
 28 January 2010 04:42 PM
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The IET has recently issued a guidance note to assist applicants in this type of situation. Registration is based on the demonstration of professional competence not just qualifications, but there are many opportunities for competence to be demonstrated in Universities, Colleges and other training establishments. Registration and standards staff can e-mail it to you and it will apear on the website in due course.

Roy Bowdler IEng FIET FCIPD
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 31 January 2010 07:07 PM
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Good Luck Mike! It is a very precipitous, rocky route with many monsters to fight and dragons to slay. Think of the Lord of the Rings meets Narnia.

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