ICTTech advisors are appointed to cover the giving of advice to all ICTTech candidates, regardless of location.
ICTTech advisors are members with detailed knowledge of the requirements and routes to ICTTech registration. They are able to review individual cases and advise on whether a candidate is ready to apply. They will also be able to advise on the presentation aspect of making a formal application.
Main duties and responsibilities:
- To assist candidates to complete their applications and to present their case in a way that will assist the registration panel in their assessment. You may recommend that candidates send you a completed application form or CV;
- To give specialist advice, particularly when a candidate has been unsuccessful. In such cases copies of the application form, and where appropriate, the interview report and assessment panel comments, are made available to the advisor;
- Meet a candidate face-to-face, or correspond by telephone and email.
- Recommendations for advisors are made to IET staff. A CV is requested and submitted to a panel of at least three members of the registration group for approval;
- Following approval by the registration group, nominated advisors will be advised of their formal appointment.
Period of appointment:
- Fixed three year term;
- Possible reappointment for another three years, if appropriate.
- Annual PRA conference;
- Specific ICTTech workshop.
- Advisors should be ideally a Member or Fellow of the IET and ECUK registered engineers. Wherever possible, they should have had experience in an active role on a committee or group, or as an interviewer;
- Have an up-to-date working knowledge of the IT/ICT sector, relevant disciplines and current technology pertaining to technicians working in this field.