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University of Sheffield. The Development Objectives. Peter Shapland (Membership Development Officer) David Tattersall (Regional Director) ICE – Yorkshire and Humber. 01.05.09. Academic Qualification MEng Stage 1 Year 1 ) Year 2 ) Year 3 ) Year 4 ). Professional Qualification

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university of sheffield

University of Sheffield

The Development Objectives

Peter Shapland (Membership Development Officer)

David Tattersall (Regional Director)

ICE – Yorkshire and Humber

01.05.09

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Academic Qualification

MEng

Stage 1

Year 1 )

Year 2 )

Year 3 )

Year 4 )

Professional Qualification

MICE, CEng

Stage 2Stage 3

Initial Membership

Professional Professional

Development Review

(IPD) (CPR)

Development

Objectives

Development

Objectives

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ICE 3005

ICE 3005

Development Objectives

Your route to membership as EngTech TMICE/ AMICE / MICE and IEng MICE/ CEng MICE

development objectives

Development Objectives

Competence-based scheme

ICE training revolves around achievement of DOs

Generic objectives – many methods of achieving them

Tool for driving your own development

dos how to get started

DOs – how to get started…

Plan

Decide which DOs you can / intend to achieve depending on experience you expect to gain

Discuss opportunities with your supervisor

Keep records of relevant experience

Aim to demonstrate that you have achieved a level of competence for selected DOs

Set out Claim of Achievement (A / K / E / B)

Summarise in a concise paragraph how you have achieved this level of competence

Support your claim with evidence

Reference to your Development Report

Appendices to the DR.

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Development Objectives – ICE 3005

Students are encouraged to start working towards their DO achievement during their academic studies and particularly during vacation or placement experience in industry.

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How to use the Achievement Rating?

Each DO is given an achievement rating against the following scale:

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How to use the Achievement Rating?

Each DO is given an achievement rating against the following scale:

You and your mentor should use this scale primarily as a learning programme and should record your progression towards the achievement of each DO to identify the next stage of your development.

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Web site:-

membership@ice.org.uk

ICE 3005 “Development Objectives”

development reports purpose

Development Reports - Purpose

to prepare a library of ideas and methods

to be used as a source of reference when repeating tasks in the future

Aide-memoir for clever methods developed and learnt

a career-development tool for use throughout your work

to develop your report-writing skills

to plan your future experience

development reports approach

Development Reports - Approach

Report is for your own benefit – include items of interest to you

Start by reviewing projects you have been involved in

Vacation work etc

Project work

Compile a list / selection of important facts and supporting sketches, calculations, tables, forms, details and photographs etc.

development reports appendices

Development Reports - Appendices

Sort out the most valuable items and discard less interesting / informative points

Keep evidence of achievement of Development Objectives.

If item is useful, summarise into a short method statement.

Annotate photographs and drawings – show important details / why good / bad.

Summarise calculations with main points and description of process and highlight important steps.

Explain importance of / where information in tables / forms came from

These items form appendices to your report and development objectives

development report

Development Report

Base report on evidence assembled for appendices

Structure so that development objectives are addressed / highlighted

Approx 1000-1200 words, but may vary (excluding appendices)

Be concise – identify what is important and include that only

Omit unnecessary padding

Reports should not read like a diary

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Development Report

Review what learned

What was useful,

What problems occurred & how you resolved them

Why it is interesting,

Why it is important,

What went really well,

What you would do differently if you were to do it again,

What have you made a note of so you don't make the same mistake in future.

How well did you organise the project

How did the team perform

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University of Sheffield

The Development Objectives

Peter Shapland (Membership Development Officer)

David Tattersall (Regional Director)

ICE – Yorkshire and Humber

01.05.09