IMECHE UK SPEC PDF

The Purpose of UK-SPEC. 4. The EngTech Standard. The IEng Standard. The CEng Standard. Professional and ethical behaviour. Glossary. The UK Standard for Professional Engineering Competence (UK-SPEC) sets out the competence and commitment required for registration as an Engineering. aligned with UK-SPEC for EngTech, IEng, CEng and the ICTTech. Standard for About: With a year heritage supporting IMechE, today’s Institution.

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Each profile provides a detailed description of each competence A-E specific to each industry, the role of engineers within each industry and examples of suitable Continuing Professional Development CPD activities.

In most cases, you can download at least one case study which includes examples of how to meet the requirements for each competence area in the specific industry. The profiles are aimed at:.

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Royal Engineers Case study: Automobile Industry Case study: Biomedical Engineering Case study: Building Services Case study: Engineering Consultancy Member to Fellow. Higher Education Establishments Case study: Management Consultancy Case study: Manufacturing Industries Case study: National Health Service Case study: Nuclear Engineering Case study: Power Generation – Non-Nuclear Case study: Railway Engineering Case study: Royal Air Force Case study: Steel Production Case study: Water Industry Case study: If you have a question about Initial Professional Development schemes, we’d like to hear from you.

If you have a question about Continuing Professional Development, please contact us. Knowledge and understanding Design and development of processes, systems, services and products Responsibility, management or leadership Communication and inter-personal skills Professional commitment.

The profiles are aimed at: Guidance notes from the Engineering Council.