The route to Chartership – D – Communication

It’s now time for the final in the series of articles suggesting ways to show evidence against UK spec and in some ways this is the easiest one of all. Section D is the competency on communication and can be claimed on pretty much every job. This article is therefore about some of the less...

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Working towards chartership – UK spec competency B

In the penultimate competency review I provide details about the main technical competency B Apply appropriate theoretical and practical methods to the analysis and solution of engineering problems. This is the main technical competency but there are still opportunities for providing evidence without being in a pre-dominantly technical role. You are required to show that...

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Working towards Chartership: UK-Spec Competency A

Use a combination of general and specialist engineering knowledge and understanding to optimise the application of existing and emerging technology. The aim of this competency is to demonstrate that you are keeping up to date with emerging technology and helping to drive your industry forward. This is part of the life long learning expected of...

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C – Providing Technical and Commercial Leadership

Provide technical and commercial leadership The aim of this competence is to show that you have awareness and skills in the wider aspects of your chosen role/industry. There is no requirement for you to be a star manager or project manager but you should be able to demonstrate that you understand how the technical work...

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