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  1. 1. Becoming a Professional Engineer Who is an Engineer ? Who is a Professional Engineer ?
  2. 2. Who is an Engineer? Engineers are the people who apply the principals of science and mathematics to develop economical solution to technical problems. Their work is he link between scientific discover less and the commercial applications that meet social and consumer needs.
  3. 3.  Most Engineers specialize in one particular discipline of Engineering.There are 17 Engineering specialties covered by the Federal Government ofStandard Occupational classification system. Following are the most popular Engineering specializations.  Civil Engineering  Electrical Engineering  Electronics Engineering  Mechanical Engineering
  4. 4. Who is a Professional Engineer A Professional Engineer is an Engineer who is registered or licensed within an Engineering Authority to offer professional services to directly to the public. The professional statues and the actual practice of professional engineering is legally defined and protected by a government body A licensed or Registered Engineer is the authority to sign and seal or stamp engineering documents such as reports drawings and calculations.
  5. 5. Electrical Engineering Technicians Who is an Electrical Engineering Technicians ? What is the Educational Requirement for this Job ? Skills and abilities Duties What is the opportunity in this career ?
  6. 6. Who is an Electrical Engineering Technicians An electrical engineering technician is a specialist who applies electrical theory and related knowledge to test and modify developmental or operational electrical machinery and electrical control equipment or commercial plants and laboratories. . The work of engineering technician is more of application pointed and more limited in scope than that of engineers.
  7. 7. What is the Educational Requirement forthis Job? People who want to work as electrical engineering technicians need to minimum qualification like: Associate degree in electrical engineering technology. Course work varies for each specialized task. Courses in algebra, science and basic science are required.
  8. 8. Skills and abilities: Trouble shooting Critical Thinking Active Listening Written Expression Repairing Equipment Selection Monitoring
  9. 9. Duties Install and maintain electrical control systems. Prepare project cost and work-time estimates. Build, maintain, troubleshoot and repair electrical instruments or testing equipment. Visit construction sites to observe conditions impacting design and to identify solutions to technical problems.
  10. 10. Images of ElectricalEngineering Technicians
  11. 11. What is the Opportunity in thiscareer? They are given more difficult assignments. One can progress to become Supervisors.
  12. 12. The Professional Registers ICT Technician (ICTTech) Engineering Technician (EngTech) Incorporated Engineer (IEng) Chartered Engineer (CEng)
  13. 13. Incorporated Engineer Incorporated Engineers maintain and manage applications of current and developing technology, and many undertake engineering design, development, manufacture construction and operation. Incorporated Engineers are variously engaged in technical and commercial management and possess effective interpersonal skills
  14. 14. IEngEducation Knowledge and understanding are important components of professional Competence. Formal education is the usual, though not the only, way of Demonstrating the necessary knowledge and understanding, and the following Qualifications exemplify the required knowledge and understanding for Incorporated Engineers:
  15. 15.  An accredited Bachelors or honors degree in engineering or technology Or a Higher National Diploma (HND) or a Foundation Degree in engineering or Technology, plus appropriate further learning to degree level Or an NVQ4 or SVQ4 which has been approved for the purpose by a licensed
  16. 16. Engineering institution Applicants who do not have exemplifying qualifications may demonstrate the required knowledge and understanding in other ways, but must clearly demonstrate they have achieved the same level of knowledge and understanding as those with exemplifying qualifications. Ways to demonstrate this include: Taking further qualifications, in whole or in part, as specified by the institution to which they are applying
  17. 17.  Completing appropriate work-based or experiential learning Writing a technical report, based on their experience, and demonstrating their knowledge and understanding of engineering principles Until 2011, taking Engineering Council examinations. Applicants should consult their licensed professional engineering institution for advice on the most appropriate option.
  18. 18. Professional recognition Do you have the talent to apply technology in a practical and creative way? Do you see yourself? Working in an engineering role where on a daily basis it is your skills and know-how that ensure success? If the answer in both cases is yes, then you will also want to see your professionalism recognized – an ambition you can achieve by gaining the title Incorporated Engineer (IEng).
  19. 19. How to get Register inEngineering Council UK (ECUK)
  20. 20. UK Engineering Council Engineering Council UK (ECUK) is a "designated authority", under the implementing. ECUK has professional registration routes . This is depending on the professions.  Eg. Chartered Engineer (CEng) Incorporated Engineer (IEng) Engineering Technician (EngTech)
  21. 21. Why have compulsory registration? Because the registration improve the quality. Further Same Profession has different grades.  Eg. CEng – Electrical Engineering EngTech – Electrical Engineering
  22. 22. Typical Steps For the Registration• Apply the membership through our professional engineering institution .• Attached the CV and Job Qualification letters(mention electrical engineering qualification) to the application.• Then Send the application to the Engineering Council.
  23. 23. Someone going to give anengineering license toyou.
  24. 24. 1)About the Engineering council2)What is IEEE ?3)Engineering Technician4)Incorporate Engineer5) Charted Engineer6) How to get Register in “ec”
  25. 25. About the Engineering Council The Engineering Council is the UK regulatory body for the engineering profession. We hold the national registers of 235,000 Engineering Technicians (EngTech), Information and Communications Technology Technicians (ICTTech), Incorporated Engineers (IEng) and Chartered Engineers (CEng). In addition, the Engineering Council sets and maintains the internationally recognised standards of professional competence and ethics that govern the award and retention of these titles. This ensures that employers, government and wider society - both in the UK and overseas - can have confidence in the knowledge, experience and commitment of registrants.
  26. 26. What is an IEEE ? IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community through IEEEs highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.
  27. 27.  EngTechs solve practical engineering problems. They are professionals with supervisory or technical responsibility, and apply safe systems of working. They contribute to the design, development, manufacture, commissioning, decommissioning, operation or maintenance of products, equipment, processes or services.
  28. 28.  Professional registration as an Incorporated Engineer (IEng) recognises your proven competence, commitment, skills and experience. It is an important milestone in the career of any engineer or technologist. In particular, IEng registration shows your employer and peers that you have demonstrated a commitment to professional standards, and to developing and enhancing your competence.
  29. 29.  Chartered Engineers develop appropriate solutions to engineering problems. They may develop and apply new technologies, promote advanced designs and design methods and introduce new and more efficient production techniques, or pioneer new engineering services and management methods. The title CEng is protected by civil law and is one of the most recognisable international engineering qualifications
  30. 30. How to get register in “ec”Gaining IEng or CEng status is just as straightforward forengineers who are teachers or researchers as it is for anengineer working in industry. Evidence of competence canbe provided in a variety of ways, such as coursedevelopment, involvement in research, managing researchprojects, an industrial placement, working independentlyon consultancy or voluntary engineering work.A leaflet outlining how teachers and researchers canachieve professional recognition and explaining thebenefits is available.
  31. 31.  Engineering Council was formed in 1964. After 37 years……… per year :- 6500
  32. 32. A License holder Not a License holder
  33. 33. Motor vehicledriving license
  34. 34. Our mission & Our vision
  35. 35. “one more thing”
  36. 36. “If you do anything youshould do best”“Never give up’’
  37. 37. I can do it
  38. 38. ExerciseQ ) Fill in the blanks with the correct letter a,e,i ,o,u

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