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MEMBERSHIP WORKSHOP 07 December 2009. Mike Silvester FCInstCES, MInstRE Geospatial Representative ICES (UAE) Region. This is YOUR workshop In order to get the most out of it – we want you to ask lots of questions.

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Membership workshop 07 december 2009

MEMBERSHIP WORKSHOP07 December 2009

Mike Silvester FCInstCES, MInstRE

Geospatial Representative

ICES (UAE) Region


Before we start

This is YOUR workshop

In order to get the most out of it – we want you to ask lots of questions.

Wait for a relevant pause in the presentation, stick your hand up and shout out.

If you don’t take this opportunity to ask questions then we are not making the most effective use of our time

Before We Start


Aim of the workshop

The aim of this workshop is to give you guidance on the detailed ICES requirements for a Membership Application.

and

To ultimately gain additional Members for the ICES UAE Region

Aim of the Workshop


The main question of the evening

The Main Question of the evening?


The main question of the evening1

At what level should I be aiming for?

Technical Member or

Member?

The Main Question of the evening?


Technical member or member

Please read the Handout in your Membership Pack

Technical Member or Member?


It is suffice to say that

The two appropriate grades that are available for membership for surveyors at the initial stages are that of Technical Member and Member.

It is suffice to say that everyone has their own individual level of Competence and Experience in life and therefore in the end it is up to the individual which he or she chooses to apply for.

It is Suffice to Say that


However

From a CICES point of view, the development route for any candidate would be to attain the grade of Technical Member first and then the Membership Grade at a later date.

HOWEVER


So i make no apologies 1

Due to the Membership database indicating that there are many applying for the first time. We are going to concentrate on obtaining the Grade of

TECHNICAL MEMBER

(TCInstCES)

So - I make no apologies # 1


The ladder

FellowFCInstCES

Corporate Member MCInstCES

Technical MemberTCInstCES

Graduate MemberGCInstCES

Affiliate MemberN/A

Student MemberN/A

The Ladder


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A Technical Member of the “Chartered Institute of Civil Engineering Surveyors” is a well respected grade and excellent foundation for your future aspirations within the Institution


Technical membership definition

“A Technical Member is classed as someone who can be sent out in the field or office and do his or her job at an optimum standard to the best of their ability with the minimum of supervision”

Technical MembershipDefinition


A good stepping stone at this stage is to become an affiliate member

FellowFCInstCES

Corporate Member MCInstCES

Technical MemberTCInstCES

Graduate MemberGCInstCES

Affiliate MemberN/A

Student MemberN/A

A good Stepping Stone (at this stage) is to become an Affiliate Member


Note that

The process of making an application for Technical Member or Corporate Member are very similar.

The additional requirements can be discussed with a member of the committee after this workshop.

Note That


I make no apologies 2

Similarly the workshop will not be concentrating on whether you are of the Geospatial or Commercial Discipline.

It will be a Generic Workshop as the application guidelines are the same whichever discipline you may be.

I make no apologies # 2


I do make an apology

To any of you who have turned up to this workshop thinking that all they have to do is turn up and fill in a couple of forms to become a Member.

I do make an apology


I do make an apology1

To any of you who have turned up to this workshop thinking that all they have to do is turn up and fill in a couple of forms to become a Member.

FACT

It is going to take a lot of time and hard work. The average application period from start to finish can take anything up to six months.

I do make an apology


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Any Questions?


Membership workshop 07 december 2009

MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS

Chartered Institution of CIVIL ENGINEERING SURVEYORS


What do we need to do to piece the membership jigsaw together

What do we need to do to piece the Membership Jigsaw together?


Technical membership requirements

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Technical MembershipRequirements


Technical membership requirements1

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Technical MembershipRequirements


Technical membership requirements2

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Technical MembershipRequirements


Technical membership requirements3

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Copy of Highest Level of Education (Degree / Diploma / In-House Course)

Technical MembershipRequirements


Technical membership requirements4

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Copy of Highest Level of Education (Degree / Diploma / In-House Course)

A Signed off set ofTechnical Member Competencies

Technical MembershipRequirements


Technical membership requirements5

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Copy of Highest Level of Education (Degree / Diploma / In-House Course)

A Signed off set ofTechnical Member Competencies

A Record of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) undertaken in the last year

Technical MembershipRequirements


Technical membership requirements6

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Copy of Highest Level of Education (Degree / Diploma / In-House Course)

A Signed off set ofTechnical Member Competencies

A Record of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) undertaken in the last year

A Detailed Experience Report (2 Copies)

Technical MembershipRequirements


Technical membership requirements7

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Copy of Highest Level of Education (Degree / Diploma / In-House Course)

A Signed off set ofTechnical Member Competencies

A Record of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) undertaken in the last year

A Detailed Experience Report (2 Copies)

A Detailed CV (2 Copies)

Technical MembershipRequirements


Technical membership requirements8

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Copy of Highest Level of Education (Degree / Diploma / In-House Course)

A Signed off set ofTechnical Member Competencies

A Record of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) undertaken in the last year

A Detailed Experience Report (2 Copies)

A Detailed CV (2 Copies)

An ICES Technical Member Review

Technical MembershipRequirements


Competencies

COMPETENCIES


Technical membership requirements9

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Copy of Highest Level of Education (Degree / Diploma / In-House Course)

A Signed off set ofTechnical Member Competencies

A Record of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) undertaken in the last year

A Detailed Experience Report (2 Copies)

A Detailed CV (2 Copies)

An ICES Technical Member Review

Technical MembershipRequirements


What are competencies

Competencies are statements that define what you should know and be able to do in order to become a Technical Member.

These are required in order to prove to the ICES examining board and the interviewer at the Technical Membership Review that you can actually do what you have stated in your application.

WHAT ARE COMPETENCIES?


The competency form

THE COMPETENCY FORM

  • Please look at the examples in your Packups


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PROGRESSION THROUGH THE COMPETENCIES


Competency optimum standards 1

A Appreciation

A general appreciation and awareness of the objective is required.

K Knowledge

This standard requires knowledge and understanding of the objective.

Competency Optimum Standards 1


Competency optimum standards 11

E Experience

To reach this standard the objective must have been performed independently or under supervision. Experience of the relevant techniques and functions must be in addition to showing appreciation and knowledge.

B Ability

To be able, without supervision, to perform relevant functions and will be able to supervise other less experienced staff.

Competency Optimum Standards 1


Technical membership competencies

There are 3 Main categories for Competencies:

General Competencies

Core Competencies

3. Specialist Competencies

Technical Membership Competencies


1 general competencies

1. General Competencies

Applies to ALL Applications


2 core competencies

Geospatial Engineering

2. Core Competencies


2 core competencies1

Commercial Management

2. Core Competencies


3 specialist competencies

3. Specialist Competencies

Geospatial Specialism's

Commercial Specialism's


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Geospatial Specialisms

  • Land and Engineering Surveying

  • Hydrographic surveying

  • Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

  • Geographical Information Systems

  • Buried services (NEW)

Chartered Institution of CIVIL ENGINEERING SURVEYORS


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Commercial Specialisms

  • Quantity Surveying

  • Commercial Management

  • Project Management

  • Estimating

  • Construction law

  • Construction Engineering

  • Procurement Engineering

  • Planning

Chartered Institution of CIVIL ENGINEERING SURVEYORS


Competency progression

Competencies are generally reached at the individuals pace.

It is therefore up to the individual to progress through the competencies in his or her own comfort zone.

It may therefore take a period of time to get signed off at the Optimum Competency Stage by your sponsor.

Competency Progression


Competency notes

The idea of the Competencies is not to make your life hard.

They are designed to match the Standards required by the Chartered Institute of Civil Engineering Surveyors

They are Signed off by Training Supervisor or Lead Sponsor - over a period of time.

Competency Notes


Competency availability

Technical Membership Competencies for your particular discipline are available from ICES HQ via the website.

www.cices.org

Competency Availability


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Any Questions?


Technical membership requirements10

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Copy of Highest Level of Education (Degree / Diploma / In-House Course)

A Signed off set ofTechnical MemberCompetencies

A Record of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) undertaken in the last year

A Detailed Experience Report (2 Copies)

A Detailed CV (2 Copies)

An ICES Technical Member Review

Technical MembershipRequirements


Continuing professional development

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is the systematic maintenance, improvement and broadening of knowledge and skills, together with the development of personal qualities, necessary for the execution of professional and technical duties throughout a Surveyors working life.

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT


The objectives of cpd

The objectives of CPD are related to improving work related performance, enhancing career prospects, increasing the capacity for learning, encouraging participation and commitment to lifelong learning and being adaptable to, and prepared for, changes in industry.

CPD is an essential element in any profession. Failure to keep up-to-date with advances in discipline, technology and changes in legislation could have significant repercussions for an individual practitioner, a company and a professional organisation.

The Objectives of CPD


Personal benefits of cpd 1

To have documentary evidence to demonstrate commitment to your chosen profession and professional development.

Demonstrable commitment to CPD will help enhance career development opportunities and differentiate you in an application for employment.

To have a comprehensive and up-to-date record of the training and development activities that you have undertaken and your achievements.

From this record, you can review your CPD activities in order to identify shortcomings and consider future training and development requirements to overcome this.

Personal Benefits of CPD 1


Personal benefits of cpd 2

The opportunity to exploit change within the profession and not be driven by it.

To identify personal and professional skills and competencies that could be of assistance to other parties.

To broaden and demonstrate your skills, knowledge, understanding and competence through participation in a range of learning experiences, individually or as part of a learning community.

To have an excellent reference document from which you can prepare a curriculum vitae, recall details of topics that you have studied and reflect upon these for the purposes of appraisals and interviews.

Personal Benefits of CPD 2


Ices cpd policy statement

Members of the Institution have a professional duty to develop the skills and knowledge base of themselves and other practitioners within the profession.

The Institution’s definition of CPD is widely drawn and not prescriptive; so as to remain flexible enough to be relevant to all members at all career stages.

It is, therefore, for individual members to choose an approach to CPD that will satisfy their own personal and professional needs and aspirations.

Members should ensure that their CPD is managed in such a way as to be credible to other interested parties and will bring credit to the profession.

A DEGREE OF ARTISTIC LICENCE IS THEREFORE ACCEPTABLE

ICES CPD Policy Statement


Cpd requirement

It is required for Technical Members to produce (at the application Stage) a Record of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) undertaken in the year prior to application.

CPD Requirement


Why do we have to do it

It is required for Affiliate Members to produce (at the application for Technical Member Stage) a Record of Continuing Professional Development undertaken in the year prior to application.

Once the Grade of Technical Member is obtained every Technical Member, Member and Fellow of the Institution is required to prepare a CPD Plan and a CPD Record.

The CPD Plan and CPD Record will be made available to the Institution on request for monitoring purposes.

Why do we have to do it?


Structured cpd activities

CPD activities may be structured, for example:

In house courses and workshops.

• External courses and workshops.

• Vocational courses and workshops.

• Seminars.

• Conferences.

• Distance and open learning qualifications.

• Technical authorship.

• Preparation of lectures for organised events.

• Service on committees and technical panels.

Structured CPD Activities


Unstructured cpd activities

CPD activities may be unstructured, for example:

On the job research.

Experience of new and extended technologies.

Reading books, journals, professional magazines, technical papers and periodicals.

Browsing relevant industry websites and participating in e-learning activities and research.

Experience in the workplace, leading to a significant expansion of your knowledge base.

Unstructured CPD Activities


How can we obtain cpd

You can participate in a wide range of CPD activities available through the Institution / UAE Region including:

Reading and/or preparation of a technical article in Civil Engineering Surveyor and other specialist publications.

Service on Institution committees and panels.

Attendance of national and regional Institution events.

Guest speaking at a national or regional Institution conference or seminar.

Attendance of an Institution training course or workshop.

How can we obtain CPD


What do we have to do

Individual CPD Plan

Record of CPD Activities

What do we have to do?


Individual cpd plan

Individual CPD Plan


Record of cpd activities

Record of CPD Activities


How can we record cpd activities

Daily Site Diary (Hard Record)

Microsoft Outlook Calendar (Soft Record)

Collection of Certificates

Collection of Relevant Paperwork

How can we record CPD Activities?


How can we record cpd activities1

Daily Site Diary (Hard Record)

Microsoft Outlook Calendar (Soft Record)

Collection of Relevant Certificates

Collection of Relevant Paperwork

THE BASIS OF ANY SUCESSFUL CIVIL ENGINEERING SURVEYOR

RECORDS RECORDS RECORDS

How can we record CPD Activities?


What format to record it in

What format to record it in?


Some cpd examples 1

The reading of “Civil Engineering Surveyor”

Attendance of a Leica Geosystems Roadshow hosted by the UAE ICES Region CPD held at the Al Raha Beach Development, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Attendance of the ALOR ICES Upgrade Workshop Number 3 (CPD).

Attendance of the yearly ALOR Staff Presentation

UAE ICES Region CPD Event – Lecture on Collateral Warranties with Ian Cowling (ICES Chief examiner).

UAE ICES Region CPD Event – Lecture on Drafting a Contract Agreement with Prof Indrawansa Samaratunga

Some CPD Examples 1


Some cpd examples 2

Self teaching of a method to set out and install Perimeter Edge Beams which formed the framework for the Bow Trusses and ultimately the glass. Different configuration of beams were supplied depending on the size and location of the teardrop this included 14 beams, 26 beams and for the largest teardrops 28 beams each including 1 apex piece. Trail and error was initially used until a working procedure was adopted as no one on site had had any experience on such a task. Each Bracket and Joint on an individual beam had to be within the tolerance of ± 10mm, the most difficult part therefore was to install the initial bottom beams to the x, y and z planes. Once this was completed each beam was installed, adjusted and tack welded to the brackets as the structure was built upwards. It is to be noted that due to heat expansion the only time when you could get a true reading was as early in the morning as possible, for the rest of the day the beam had to be set out in the opposite direction to the expansion. Once the beams and the final apex was completed thus completing the shape, an as built survey was carried out all at the same time. This was carried out by “setting out” each point thus enabling to experience the errors in the field and then downloading the data through Prolink and exporting to an excel spreadsheet for the clients records.

Some CPD Examples 2


A word about cpd events

We never see people from the Geospatial Engineering Discipline at Commercial Management CPD Events – and Vice Versa.

It is within the Competencies to know the business of the Institution – this includes awareness of your opposite discipline’s role.

As part of your commitment to the ICES it is your responsibility as a member to attend at least 2 events a year.

A word about CPD Events


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Any Questions?


Time for a 5 minute break

Time for a 5 minute break


Competency revision

Competency Revision


Competency revision1

A

Competency Revision


Competency revision2

A Appreciation

A general appreciation and awareness of the objective is required.

Competency Revision


Competency revision3

A Appreciation

A general appreciation and awareness of the objective is required.

K

Competency Revision


Competency revision4

A Appreciation

A general appreciation and awareness of the objective is required.

K Knowledge

This standard requires knowledge and understanding of the objective.

Competency Revision


Competency revision5

E

Competency Revision


Competency revision6

E Experience

To reach this standard the objective must have been performed independently or under supervision. Experience of the relevant techniques and functions must be in addition to showing appreciation and knowledge.

Competency Revision


Competency revision7

E Experience

To reach this standard the objective must have been performed independently or under supervision. Experience of the relevant techniques and functions must be in addition to showing appreciation and knowledge.

B

Competency Revision


Competency revision8

E Experience

To reach this standard the objective must have been performed independently or under supervision. Experience of the relevant techniques and functions must be in addition to showing appreciation and knowledge.

B Ability

To be able, without supervision, to perform relevant functions and will be able to supervise other less experienced staff.

Competency Revision


What is cpd

What is CPD?


What is cpd1

“Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is the systematic maintenance, improvement and broadening of knowledge and skills, together with the development of personal qualities, necessary for the execution of professional and technical duties throughout a Surveyors working life.”

What is CPD?


What is the cpd requirement for technical member

What is the CPD requirementfor Technical Member


What is the cpd requirement for technical member1

It is required for Affiliate Members to produce (at the application for Technical Member Stage) a Record of Continuing Professional Development undertaken in the year prior to application.

What is the CPD requirementfor Technical Member


What two individual cpd aspects do we have to complete for technical membership

What two individual CPD aspects do we have to complete for Technical Membership?


1 individual cpd plan

1. Individual CPD Plan


1 individual cpd plan1

1. Individual CPD Plan


2 record of cpd activities

2. Record of CPD Activities


2 record of cpd activities1

2. Record of CPD Activities


Well done

Well done

Let’s Continue


Technical membership requirements11

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Copy of Highest Level of Education (Degree / Diploma / In-House Course)

A Signed off set ofTechnical MemberCompetencies

A Record of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) undertaken in the last year

A Detailed Experience Report (2 Copies)

A Detailed CV (2 Copies)

An ICES Technical Member Review

Technical MembershipRequirements


Experience report

The experience report is an opportunity to demonstrate the depth of your knowledge, understanding, competence and experience using a description of a particular project.

An example of an experience report can be obtained from the membership department on request or via the Institution website.

Applicants are urged to use their own judgement in the presentation and format of their experience report.

The Experience report for Technical membership should each be approximately 1,000 words in length.

EXPERIENCE REPORT


What is an experience report

The experience report is an opportunity to demonstrate the depth of your knowledge, understanding, competence and experience using a description of a particular project.

What is an Experience Report?


Why is there a requirement for an experience report

It is one of the requirements for Technical Membership.

It forms the basis of the ICES Technical Member Review at the end of the application process.

Further to the above, it gives the examiner a subject that you are skilled at to discuss at interview stage and make sure that indeed YOU wrote the report (and did not indeed download it off of the internet!)

Why is there a requirement for an Experience Report?


Experience report requirements

The report can be on ANY subject relevant to Geospatial Engineering or Commercial Management.

An existing report previously prepared by the candidate (and the candidate only) on a recent project may be used or developed.

The detailed experience report for Technical membership (as a guideline) should be approximately 1,000 words in length.

Experience Report Requirements


Experience report requirements1

The Guide to membership pamphlet states that an example of an experience report can be obtained from the membership department on request or via the Institution website.

“I have however contacted ICES Headquarters who only have examples of Experience Reports for application to the grade of Member.”

The text goes on to state that, “Applicants are urged to use their own judgement in the presentation and format of their experience report.”

So again, it is fair to say that for an Experience Report for Technical Membership:

A DEGREE OF ARTISTIC LICENCE IS THEREFORE ACCEPTABLE

Experience Report Requirements


Some suggested headings

Title Page

Contents Page

Summary

Background

Aim

Location

Method of Survey (or Scope of Works)

Difficulties

Recommendations

Conclusions

Annexes

THESE ARE ONLY SUGGESTIONS – THE EXPERIENCE REPORT IS YOUR WORK – IF YOU WANT TO DO THE REPORT YOUR WAY THAT IS FINE – IF YOU WANT TO USE THESE EXAMPLES THIS IS FINE TOO!

Some suggested Headings


Title page

Should include (but not be limited to) the following information:

Title of Experience Report

Name of Author

Date of report’s completion

Unique Experience Report ID Number

Cover Photograph (use colour – make it stand out from the others)

Title Page


Contents page

The Contents page should contain all the page headings and subject headings that are within the report, including Annexes.

Use Page Numbers for the Body of the Report and Letters to denote the Annexes

Contents Page


Summary

A summary should contain a brief but detailed account of all the relevant information that is within the main body of the report.

If the reader then requires further information on a particular topic he can then turn to the appropriate page.

Summary


Background

The background should give the reader some idea about the history of the area or the build up of events that lead to the requirement of the survey. It should be fairly brief, not too technical but interesting.

Background


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The Aim should state exactly what was hoped to be achieved from the survey or the overall project.

Aim


Location

After reading the location the reader should be in no doubt as to the exact area of the survey or task.

You can use Maps / Plans / Google Earth to help describe where the Survey took place.

Use a link to an Annex

Location


Method of survey or scope of works

The meat of the Experience Report

Under this heading the author must try and give as much information as possible so that the reader can assess the work that has been carried out.

Some (Random) points to consider when compiling the method of survey are as follows:

Method of Survey (or Scope of Works)


Method of survey or scope of works1

Type of control used.

How the control was established.

What equipment was used.

How any detail (if applicable) was collected.

What accuracies were achieved by the methods used.

Where were levelling datum's established.

Any major obstacles that had to be overcome.

Method of Survey (or Scope of Works)


Method of survey or scope of works2

Local Resources / Stores used

Time and Labour

Any communication aides that were used

Medical problems / facilities

Were any alternative surveying methods required due to Adverse Weather Conditions?

Requirement for Transportation

Security of Men and Equipment

Method of Survey (or Scope of Works)


Difficulties

On the next slide is a list of topics that may cause difficulties when carrying out a survey task. If difficulties have been encountered then state what they were and how, or how not they were overcome.

Someone else who may read your report later on will then be pre-warned about the problems that they may face.

Difficulties


Difficulties1

Type of terrain.

Weather conditions.

Lack of manpower

Inexperience or lack of knowledge.

Access to the site.

Lack of equipment.

Damage to equipment.

Difficulties


Recommendations

If you have any valid recommendations to make about the survey task, e.g. adopt different methods, use different equipment or carry out the survey at a particular time of the year, then say so but give good reasons to support your recommendations.

It could be also worthwhile recommending that your work be used for any future planning or works. (but only if you consider your work to be of a sufficient standard!)

Recommendations


Conclusions

Was the task a success? Was it of value in trade training and man management? Would it benefit others in the future?

These are some of the items that can be included in the conclusions.

You should always state what your conclusions were about the task.

Conclusions


Annexes

Annexes should be cross referenced throughout the report.

I suggest that the naming system used to indicate Annexes is by using Letters rather than numbers:

For Example:

A Location Map indicating the position of the Site can be seen at Annex A

Annexes


Experience report guidelines

Use the Header function to repeat the Experience Report Title on each page.

Use the Footer function to identify the page numbers / dates and file name on each page.

Get the report bound and put together professionally.

Experience Report Guidelines


Experience report guidelines1

It goes without saying that the Experience Report (in fact everything in the application) is to be written in English.

Your Sponsor should certainly be reading each report for every application prior to signing off the Application Forms

Remember that for the next upgrade to that of “Member” there is a requirement for another more comprehensive Experience Report on a completely different subject.

Therefore you should make sure that you save your most favourable experience for this future upgrade.

Experience Report Guidelines


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Any Questions?


Technical membership requirements12

At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Copy of Highest Level of Education (Degree / Diploma / In-House Course)

A Signed off set ofTechnical MemberCompetencies

A Record of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) undertaken in the last year

A Detailed Experience Report (2 Copies)

A Detailed CV (2 Copies)

An ICES Technical Member Review

Technical MembershipRequirements


Detailed cv

DETAILED CV


What is a detailed cv

The detailed CV is an opportunity to demonstrate your range of knowledge, understanding, competence and experience on the basis of a whole career description.

What is a Detailed CV


Why is there a requirement for a detailed cv

The detailed CV is used during the assessment stage to measure a candidate’s experience against what is required by the Institution for the membership grade that has been applied for.

Why is there a requirement for a Detailed CV?


What is the format for a detailed cv

Applicants are urged to use their own judgement in the presentation and format of their detailed CV.

What is the format for aDetailed CV?


Detailed cv requirements

The Detailed CV for Technical membership should be approximately 1,000 words in length.

The Detailed CV for Technical Membership must indicate a true reflection of projects that you have been involved with during your career.

Detailed CV Requirements


Detailed cv guidelines

“The people in HR state that a CV should never be longer than 2 pages”

Personally this has always frustrated me. Due the nature of the diverse taskings carried by us as Land Surveyors - 2 pages never seem enough to describe what we actually do.

This is your chance to really express what you have done in your career in as many pages as you see fit.

Detailed CV Guidelines


Detailed cv guidelines1

What we want you to do is go into more detail about each individual job that you have been involved in.

Take your current CV and do a “word count” in Microsoft Word (Remember that there is a requirement for 1000 words). This will give you a gauge on how much work you need to do.

Detailed CV Guidelines


Final guidelines

We are required to produce Experience Reports / Detailed CVs that are only 1000 words long – this when you think only covers 3-4 pages of A4 paper.

Make sure that whatever project / job that you write about and anything that you state in your detailed CV is 110% from your own experience during your career.

Keep the body of the text Clear, Concise and most importantly relevant to the subject.

Final Guidelines


Final guidelines1

Remember in addition to your Competencies and CPD, the Experience Report / Detailed CV will be sent to the examiner weeks prior to your Technical Member Review.

The examiner will most certainly study your complete application package prior to the review and will prepare his (or her) questions in accordance with what you have written on you application.

Final Guidelines


Above all

Keep it Simple and be honest

Above All


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Any Questions?


The application form

THE APPLICATION FORM


Requirement for filling out application forms

Please:

Use Black Ink (Blue Ink does not photocopy well)

Use BLOCK CAPITALS

Keep it neat

Rehearse on a photocopied sheet before filling in the original

Make sure important information such as contact numbers and email addresses are 110% legible

Use a Safe Email Address (Work Addresses change too often).

REQUIREMENT FOR FILLING OUT APPLICATION FORMS


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At least Three Years Approved Experience

Application Fee

Application Form (ICES101) c/w Passport Photo and Sponsors Signatures

Copy of Highest Level of Education (Degree / Diploma / In-House Course)

A Signed off set ofTechnical MemberCompetencies

A Record of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) undertaken in the last year

A Detailed Experience Report (2 Copies)

A Detailed CV (2 Copies)

An ICES Technical Member Review

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Technical member review

TECHNICAL MEMBER REVIEW


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The Technical review interview will verify the application details submitted. The review will be undertaken by one or two Corporate members or Fellows and will last approximately 30 minutes.

Questions will be clearly based on the information sent in with the application form.

I.e. Competencies, CPD, Experience Report and Detailed CV.

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There is nothing to worry about – Relax.

The interview will be nowhere near as stringent as some of the Job Interviews that you have had.

A good rule of thumb to remember is that the interviewer is a human the same as you and in the end he wants you to do well.

Make sure that you turn up to the interview location at least 30 minutes prior to the time stated on the letter.

Make a good impression – turn up dressed smartly, smile and enjoy the interview.

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Fee structure

A fee structure is in your Membership Pack.

Note that at time of press there is a 25% reduction for certain applicants.

Please check with Paul Brown at ICES HQ for find out your particular eligibility.

Fee Structure


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We have completed all of the Main Subjects to get you on the road to membership:

Competencies

Continuing Professional Development

Experience Report

Detailed CV

ICES Technical Member Review

Well done


Contact details and references

Contact the ICES HQ Membership Secretary (Juliette Mellaza) on [email protected]

The ICES Website is an endless source of downloads and useful information:

www.cices.org

Contact Details and References


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REMEMBER

WE ARE THERE TO HELP


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“HOWEVER”


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IN THE END YOU HAVE TO HELP YOURSELF


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