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The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers. Presentation to Republic of Ireland Region David Hughes – CIBSE Vice President Director – JB&B (UK) Ltd. 2 December 2004. What Is the CIBSE?. Institution of Heating & Ventilating Engineers founded in 1897

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The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers

Presentation to Republic of Ireland Region

David Hughes – CIBSE Vice President

Director – JB&B (UK) Ltd

2 December 2004


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What Is the CIBSE?

  • Institution of Heating & Ventilating Engineers founded in 1897

  • Royal Charter granted in 1976 on amalgamation with Illuminating Engineering Society so forming the CIBS

  • Engineers added to the title in 1985 so forming the CIBSE

  • We are dedicated to the development of better buildings through education, research, communication & influence.

  • To promote art, science & practice of building services engineering for the public good & the advancement of professional development & research in building services engineering.

Republic of Ireland


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Why join CIBSE ?

  • Students receive Free copy of the Student members’ Data Book (cover price £92)

  • Free award winning Building Services Journal

  • Substantial discounts on : conferences, training events, and technical publications from CIBSE and other publishers

  • Regular electronic newsletters providing up-to-date industry and CIBSE news

  • Access to the CIBSE network of contacts, plus access to an electronic community on Internet

  • Free annual CD-Rom containing a low carbon toolkit

Republic of Ireland


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more benefits …

  • New publications to be focused on member interests

  • Enhanced regional support

  • Improved website

  • Support to help upgrade membership

  • Societies & Special Interest Groups

  • International recognition

  • Extensive range of publication

  • A guide or major publication to be issued every year to corporate members from 2005

Republic of Ireland


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Other indirect benefits include :-

  • Liaison visits

  • Freemembership grade transfers

  • FreeBriefing Sessions

  • CPD

  • Approved Company Training Schemes

  • Qualification Assessment

  • Mentoring

  • Members Section of Website

  • Career Material

Republic of Ireland


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Special Interests Catered for :-

  • Within CIBSE, special groups exist covering specific areas of professional interest and expertise.

  • These include :-

    • Society of Light & Lighting

    • Society of Façade Engineering

    • Society of Public Health Engineers

    Republic of Ireland


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    Employer Interface

    CIBSE acts to actively promote :-

    • Careers in Building Services to school leavers (Education Officers, literature to schools)

    • Patrons Scheme

    • ‘Imagineering’ as part of the (Town & Country Fair)

    • Employer support to undergraduates by bursaries

    • Development of employer IPD Schemes

    • Employer networking through Patrons’ scheme

    • Liaison with colleges & universities

    Republic of Ireland


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    Fellow

    FCIBSE

    CEng FCIBSE

    Member

    MCIBSE

    CEng MCIBSE

    Associate

    ACIBSE

    IEng ACIBSE

    Licentiate

    Licentiate

    EngTech LCIBSE

    Graduate

    Student Affiliate

    Affiliate

    Companion

    Grades of Membership

    Republic of Ireland


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    Fellow & Member Grades

    • Fellow Grade FCIBSE (CEng?)This grade is for those qualified to honours degree level or equivalent, engaged in technical and commercial leadership in building services engineering (i.e. same as for MCIBSE) plus eminence in the profession and at least 10 years’ experience in a position of superior responsibility.

    • Member Grade MCIBSE (CEng?) This grade is for those qualified to honours degree level or equivalent, engaged in technical and commercial leadership in building services engineering. Meet competence criteria

    Republic of Ireland


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    Associate & Licentiate Grades

    • Associate GradeACIBSE(IEng?)

      This grade is for those qualified to foundation degree level or equivalent, engaged in technical and/or commercial management in building services engineering. Meet competence criteria

    • Licentiate GradeLCIBSE (EngTech?)

      This grade is for those qualified at NVQ level 3 or equivalent, contributing to design, development, maintenance, commissioning, operation or manufacture in building services engineering.

    Republic of Ireland


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    Graduate & Student Affiliate Grades

    • Graduate Grade This grade is for those with a degree or degree equivalent working towards MCIBSE or ACIBSE.to have successfully completed an accredited BEng honours degree or equivalent

      to those who began their studies from September 1999 onwards need accredited four year MEng degree or BEng Honours plus a further year of study

    • Student Affiliate GradeThis grade is for those registered on a course of study leading to Member, Associate or Licentiate grades of membership.

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    Companion & Affiliate Grades

    • Companion GradeThis grade is for experienced practitioners in a separate discipline, who have made a contribution to the promotion of building services engineering and hold a senior position.

    • Affiliate Grade This grade is for those who have an interest in the promotion of building services engineering.

    Republic of Ireland


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    How do I get there?

    Member Standard Route

    ECUK listed BEng (Hons) degree + further study or Accredited MEng degree

    Engineering Practice Report

    Professional Review Interview

    CEng MCIBSE

    Republic of Ireland


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    MEMBER (MCIBSE)

    Demonstrate competence within the field of Building Services Engineering

    An Honours degree or equivalent

    16 Competence Criteria (M21)

    Participate in Competence Review, if required

    ASSOCIATE (ACIBSE)

    Demonstrate competence within the field of Building Services Engineering

    BTEC HNC in a technical subject, or equivalent

    16 Competence Criteria (A21)

    Participate in Competence Review, if required

    CRITERIA CIBSE

    Republic of Ireland


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    For Member

    StandardRoute

    Alternative Route 1

    Alternative Route 2

    Qualifications other than accredited degree

    ECUK listed Bachelors (Hons) degree

    ECUK listed Bachelors (Hons) degree + further study or Accredited MEng degree

    Engineering Practice

    Report

    Engineering Practice

    Report

    Engineering Practice

    Report

    Professional Review Interview may be required following EPR assessment

    Professional Review

    Interview

    Professional Review

    Interview

    MCIBSE

    MCIBSE

    Progression to CEng

    Progression to CEng

    CEng MCIBSE

    Additional learning/

    Technical Report

    (scope determined

    case by case)

    Approved MSc or ECUK examination

    Technical Report

    Technical Report

    Interview

    +

    Professional Review

    Interview *

    Technical Report

    Interview

    +

    Professional Review

    Interview*

    Professional Review

    Interview*

    * Candidate to submit an update of the original Engineering Practice Report prior to this stage

    CEng MCIBSE

    CEng MCIBSE

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    The Application

    • Application Form

    • Work Experience Listing

    • Engineering Practice Report

    • Organisation Chart

    • Development Action Plan

    Application Guidance available

    on fact sheets M20 and A20

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    Competencies- for Engineering Practice Report

    These set out the skills and knowledge of building services engineering. – 16 Objectives under 5 headings

    • Use a combination of general and specialist engineering knowledge and understanding to optimise the application of existing and emerging technology

    • Apply appropriate theoretical and practical methods to the analysis and solution of engineering problems

    • Provide technical and commercial leadership

    • Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills

    • Demonstrate a personal commitment to professional standards, recognising one’s obligations to society, the profession and the environment

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    Candidate Application… Competences

    Based upon Engineering Council requirements -

    • Candidates will be expected to be fully competent in at least 60% 70% of these 16 objectives and have a knowledge and understanding of them all

    • Review their career and experience to date compile your report

    • Submit their Engineering Practice Report - 4,000 words

    • - Along with Organisational Chart

    • Development Action Plan outlining short, medium and long term goals

    Republic of Ireland


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    Application Process

    Application received – Administrative Checks

    CIBSE Members’ Panel Review

    Standard Route

    Alt Route 1

    Alt Route 2

    (MCIBSE)

    (MCIBSE)

    Application sent to regional co-ordinator

    Application sent to regional co-ordinator

    CRI

    PRI

    CIBSE Members’ Panel Review

    CIBSE Registration Panel Review

    CEng

    MCIBSE

    Republic of Ireland


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    Interview Process

    Application Reviewed by the CIBSE Members’ Panel

    Application Sent to Regional Co-ordinator

    • Provisional date booked

    • Interviewers allocated

    • Interviewer evaluation of content

    Additional info

    Interview confirmed

    INTERVIEW

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    The Interview

    The interview will last approximately one hour

    • Identification Checked

    • Presentation15-20 mins

    • Questions 35 mins

      After or during presentation

      Specific questions on presentation

      Further questions

    • Conclusion5 mins

      Opportunity to ask questions/add information

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    Interview Assessment

    • Competence Criteria

    • Key Word Form

      Aide Memoir

      During the Interview

    • Score Sheet

      After the interview

      Total Score, Block Mean Score, Not more than one zero

    • Recommendation to CIBSE Registration Panel or CIBSE Members’ Panel

    Republic of Ireland


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    Registration Panel

    Confirms or modifies

    Decision

    Five meetings per year

    Notification letter

    Engineering Council Registration

    CIBSE Members’ Panel

    WHAT NEXT?

    • Confirms or modifies decision

    • Monthly meetings

  • Notification Letter

  • CIBSE Membership ratification

  • Republic of Ireland


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    Other Routes

    Senior Candidate Route

    For mature applicants operating at

    at senior level. Apply before summer 2005!

    Technical Report Route

    For candidates requiring academic top-up. Alternative to

    further education

    Republic of Ireland


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    Professional Responsibility

    • A candidates application and professional review is their opportunityto show what they know, the engineering achievementsthey have achieved and the responsibility they take in their working life.

    • CIBSE wants them to succeed in achieving a qualification and furthering their professional development by becoming a member.

    Republic of Ireland


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    CIBSE Fact Sheetswww.cibse.org

    Engineering Councilwww.engc.org.uk

    CIBSE Head Office

    Emma HenrikssonProfessional Development Manager [email protected]

    Bobby Wright Membership Liaison Officer [email protected]

    Jessica Haddon Professional Development Administrator [email protected]

    ForFurther Information

    Republic of Ireland


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