we are excited to announce the launch of five brand new virtual courses plus two we have adapted for virtual delivery, to help engineers with their continuing professional development (cpd). having delivered around 200 virtual classrooms to organisations globally last year alone, we have the experience to ensure that you are fully engaged and able to make the most of each session. we plan to keep these courses as permanent features of our online portfolio and continue to work behind the scenes to make more of our most popular online courses available to you.
to find out more about our four masterclasses, pick up some actionable tips and discover how they can benefit you and your organisation, join us for a webinar on the 30 april. the imeche online learning portal is both intuitive and easy-to-use, featuring a number of useful resources for engineers to improve their skills remotely. or, if you would like to chat to us about any of our courses, either on or offline, simply get in touch today.
if your primary qualification is accredited by us or accredited by another uk professional engineering institution – you will have already met part or all of the benchmark academic requirements for becoming an ieng or ceng. in the first instance, complete our qualification checker to find out if your degree is accredited. we accept degrees accredited by other professional engineering institutions without the need for further review. recognition of graduates of programmes accredited by any signatory by registering or licencing bodies in other signatory jurisdictions is subject to the following restrictions. the graduate must have completed the programme: we will accept qualifications accredited by the washington, sydney and dublin accords.
if you have been advised that your qualification isn’t accredited by us or accredited by another professional engineering institution, or covered by one of the mutual recognition accords, you’ll need to go through the academic review process. you’ll also need to complete this review process if you don’t have any formal qualifications or if you only have pre-degree qualifications, such as hnc/hnd. to find out if your open university degree is accredited please complete the qualification checker. should you wish to find out which modules must be completed to receive an imeche accredited degree, please either contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the open university directly. if you are currently studying for an unaccredited master’s qualification we recommend that you finish your course before applying for academic review – you should also complete the qualification checker form before applying.
upcoming courses and qualifications introduction to structured problem solving using lean sigma (part of our mechanical engineering careers guide is aimed at graduate and experienced mechanical engineers in the uk and seven new courses added to imeche’s online learning portfolio. . evelyn alves. (credit: nick morrison)., .
webex meeting, n/a. this course will provide top tips and best practices for how to fill out your mpds quarterly reports. training. develop your team’s skills – and your own – with our industry-leading courses and qualifications, designed by you can also review the engineering council’s accredited course database. we accept degrees accredited by other,
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