Successful Professional Reviews for Civil Engineers (Fourth Edition) provides a comprehensive guide to the constituent parts of the ICE Professional Review process, ideal for those engineers nearing the completion of their Initial Professional Development.
Working logically through the review process, the chapters ensure that the review candidate is provided with an in-depth understanding of the criteria by which he or she will be assessed and how to demonstrate these in the final professional review.
Successful Professional Reviews for Civil Engineers details how any candidate, from any background, might consider demonstrating the attributes which the reviewers are seeking. It offers many suggestions, examples and anecdotes to assist and guide each individual as they set about achieving success.
Successful Professional Reviews for Civil Engineers:
provides a complete understanding of the methodology involved for a successful professional review
defines the basic knowledge of the breadth of understanding required for the review
includes numerous examples and anecdotes to assist the candidate
offers invaluable guidance and advice on further individual research for the readers own professional development
contains guidance on key topics to focus the candidate on how to approach the review
Successful Professional Reviews for Civil Engineers is invaluable reading for graduates and technicians preparing for professional review, students of civil engineering, supervising civil engineers, and training managers.
1. The role of the profession
2. The jigsaw concept for Review preparation
3. Career Appraisal (CA)
4. The complete picture
5. Professional engineer
6. The Review specification
7. Difference between a Member (or Associate) and a Chartered Member
8. Starting the submission
9. Continuing professional development
10. The Professional Review Report
11. Reports common faults
12. Supporting documents
13. Putting the Professional Review submission together
14. Preparing for the presentation
15. The Review day
16. The written exercise
17. The aftermath
18. Technical Report route (TRR)