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DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED

TO INTERVIEWERS
* REPORT ON TRAINING &
EXPERIENCE
- to be verified (certified)
* LOG BOOK (if applicable)

* DRAWINGS &/OR OTHER


DOCUMENTS
- to be verified (certified)
Documents to be submitted

• two copies of a typewritten Report on A4 paper, properly


indexed and separated in a ring file, giving an account of
the training and experience
• at least two and not more than four working drawings;
AND
• detailed design calculations relating to one or more of
the candidate’s own submitted drawings; AND
• specifications; AND
• a set of quantities, comprising abstract, take off sheets or
shop list relating either to one of the submitted drawings
or to another drawing, not prepared by the candidate
which must also be submitted;
• Every drawing and document is to be
signed by the engineer, who is in a
responsible position as the employer or the
principal for it or under whom it was
prepared.
• The documents should be sent by the candidates to
the Principal Interviewer.

• Each sheet of drawing and every document must


bear the candidate’s name and must be fully
described in Form IEM/PI (2).

• It is essential that the drawings and documents


submitted shall be the work of the candidate in the
ordinary course of his employment. Drawings and
documents prepared as exercises during university
or college courses are not admissible.
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• Many candidates submit documents


that do not meet the criteria. These
will take up a lot of time and cause
waiting delays
ORAL INTERVIEW
QUESTIONS
* BASIC ENGINEERING
* TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
* PROJECT/DRAWINGS/
CALCULATIONS

DURATION
30 - 45 Minutes
PROFESSIONAL
ENGINEER

What we look for !

• Ethical
• Competent
• Intellectual
• Mature
• Responsible
Able to analyse
&
solve
engineering
problems

Good Management
&
Communication
Skills
Able to
perform
Design works
&
Site Supervision

Assume
Responsibilities
DEMONSTRATE

Competency/Mastery of the
requirements in the areas of
work necessary for a
Professional Engineer
What does it mean?
• Candidate is able to show he has
grasped the knowledge, both practical
and technical related to sound
practice of engineering in that field

• Knowledge of codes/regulations
related to that field
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• Take into account/anticipate


problems likely to be
encountered

• Be able to come up with


solutions acceptable/suitable –
future expansion, maintenance
etc.
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• Ability to deal confidently with clients


eg convince client on requirements in
the best interest of engineering/safety,
conformance to regulations are also in
the best interest of the client

• Solutions at optimum costs (cost-


effective solutions)

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SECTION A
- training and experience
- basic engineering

SECTION B
- code of ethics

DURATION: 1 1/2 HOURS EACH


WHAT IS EXPECTED
SECTION A
* basic engineering knowledge
* professionalism of candidate
- experience in design works
- experience in site works
- project work
SECTION B
Ethics
Candidates are to demonstrate:
•an understanding of the professional
code of ethics and conduct
•his understanding of the ROLE of
engineers in the Society vis-à-vis
his professional Code of Ethics

•he can write and present in a clear


and concise manner
CONCLUSION

•If you have the correct experience


and reflect it in your documents, the
interview should proceed smoothly

•Prepare well for it!


THANK
YOU & WE LOOK FORWARD
TO RECEIVING YOUR
APPLICATION SOON!!

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