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Writing evidence for Professional Registration

Topics covered

  • Competency frameworks
  • What is the right amount of evidence
  • Writing evidence to support a competence
  • Desensitising / declassifying evidence for Professional Registration

Course objectives

  • Through discussion, present at least 5 ways to keep written evidence clear, concise and action-oriented
  • Modify a piece of written evidence to showcase best practice for Professional Registration application form, with reference to your workbooks.

During this e-class, delegates will learn how to create concise evidence to support competences. It also teaches applicants how to avoid revealing sensitive information.

By working with the competency framework set out and maintained by the Engineering Council, the UK-SPEC, this e-class will take you through writing evidence to capture information that demonstrates the qualities and behaviours required to showcase an applicant’s competence.

Working with a detailed case study, delegates will be able to extract the information needed for Professional Registration to ensure evidence is clear, concise and desensitised/declassified.

Aligned with UK-SPEC Competence

C: Responsibility, management or leadership

Who should attend?

This course is aimed at anyone who is ready to write their evidence for Professional Registration or is coaching an applicant on their written evidence for Professional Registration with the IET.

If you are looking to attend both our Professional Registration courses, we advise you attend ‘Preparing for Professional Registration’, before attending ‘Writing Evidence for Professional Registration’.

Past attendee feedback

“Brilliant course will definitely help me to submit my application”.

“Case studies helped with writing evidence and interacting with others.” 

“It was particularly useful to analyse case studies, and to be able to take learning material away”. 

‘Presenter was clear and concise’.

‘Just what I needed for the next step in my application’.


If you would like to book five delegates or more on to this course you may benefit from having this course delivered in-company.