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Topic Title: CEng Evidence Problem
Topic Summary: Working abroad using another language
Created On: 08 October 2012 02:45 PM
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 08 October 2012 02:45 PM
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donner86

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Hi, I feel ready to go for chartership and have already compiled a folder of evidence and marked it against the competency criteria. However I would like to include a lot of evidence that is written in Spanish. Will it be okay to present this as evidence ?
 09 October 2012 03:24 PM
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roybowdler

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You need to speak with your potential supporters, their purpose is to confirm that your application is "true and fair". It may be possible to explain to a supporter how the evidence confirms what is written in English within the application form

The IET will not ask you to send a large portfolio, although it may prove valuable if questions arise. Some people like to bring something like this along to an interview and a well constructed portfolio can help to support a presentation. Diagrams charts calculations etc shouldn't need much translation. The IET is required by Engineering Council rules to assess in English (or Welsh by special request).

Seek the support of a Professional Registration Advisor (PRA) so that your application is presented to your best advantage.

http://www.theiet.org/membership/profreg/find-advisor/

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