For Engineers

How Understanding Finance Helps Your Engineering Career.

Finance and Engineering

The relationship between Finance and Engineering is a simple one. Engineering costs money and finance provides it. It is easy for an engineer to become focused on the technical detail of their profession, particularly when a project is technically sexy or is large or innovative. In these circumstances it is easy for an engineer to Read more…

The link between Engineering and Innovation

The link between Engineering and Innovation

Innovative engineering projects were celebrated at the recent 2012 New Zealand Engineering Excellence Awards.  Sir Peter Gluckman, the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor, gave the keynote address at the Awards. Sir Peter’s speech focused on three main points that have global relevance. The role of engineering and science in creating innovation and prosperity The role Read more…

CPD Requirements for Engineers in Texas-USA

CPD requirements for engineers

CPD requirements for Engineers in Texas are regulated by the Texas Board of Professional Engineers. The Board protects the health, safety, and welfare of the people in Texas by licensing qualified engineers and by regulating the practice of engineering. The Board’s role in the protection of the public is to license qualified engineers, enforce the Read more…

CPD Requirements for Engineers in UK

CPD requirements for engineers

As the UK regulatory body for the engineering profession, the Engineering Council sets and maintains internationally recognised standards of professional competence and ethics. These are detailed in the UK Standard for Professional Engineering Competence (UK-SPEC) which describes the value of becoming registered as an Engineering Technician (EngTech), Incorporated Engineer (IEng) or Chartered Engineer (CEng). It Read more…

CPD Requirements for Engineers in Canada

CPD requirements for engineers

Established in 1936, Engineers Canada is the national organization of the 12 provincial and territorial associations that regulate the practice of engineering, set CPD requirements for engineers in Canada and license the country’s more than 250,000 professional engineers. Engineers Canada serves the 12 Associations, which are its constituent and sole members, by delivering national programs Read more…

CPD Requirements for Engineers in Australia

CPD requirements for engineers

To maintain Chartered status engineers in Australia must complete Continuing Professional Development (CPD), which is subject to audit every five years. CPD Requirements for Engineers in Australia CPD must be relevant to the Competency Standards for Professional Engineers. The 2012 Australian Engineering Competency Standards Stage 2 for Professional Engineers provide the basis for registration on the National Engineering Read more…

CPD Requirements for Engineers in New Zealand

CPD requirements for engineers

The Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) is the professional body which represents professional engineers from all disciplines in New Zealand. The terms “engineering profession” and “professional engineer/engineering” are used by the Institution in the broadest possible way, to include all those who use a systematic process of analysis, design/synthesis and implementation, strive to Read more…