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    Examples of recognized experience  

     

    Teaching Experience
    Teaching Experience as a professor in an accredited or equivalent Engineering programme is recognized only if the position is held in a research or consultation capacity and in a related field. The percentage of time devoted to teaching will not be recognized. Teaching at the secondary or college levels is not recognized as satisfactory experience.

     

    Military service
    Experience acquired during a period of military service may be recognized if it involved applying Engineering theory and principles and making judgments based on these applications.


    Preparing plans
    Experience acquired while preparing plans is recognized solely if it included the analysis, interpretation and design work associated with these plans and represented less than 50%
    of all the work performed.


    Sales and marketing techniques
    Experience acquired in the field of Sales and Marketing Techniques is recognized if it involved applying engineering theory and principles. Evidence of this application would be technical support to a client or technical assistance during the installation or commissioning of equipment sold. Experience that only involved administrative tasks, routine tasks or persuading clients to purchase something is not recognized as acceptable.


    Administration or management
    Experience acquired in administration or management is recognized if it involved making judgments based on the application of engineering theory and principles and the work was performed
    in an engineering environment.


    Production supervision
    Experience acquired in the field of production supervision is recognized if it involved applying engineering theory and principles.


    Economic and feasibility studies
    Experience acquired in economic and feasibility studies is recognized if it involved making judgments based on the application of engineering theory and principles and the work was performed
    in an Engineering environment.


    Construction management and inspection
    Experience acquired in the field of construction management and inspection is recognized
    if it involved making judgments based on the application of Engineering theory and principles. Experience involving the technical supervision of major construction projects or the installation
    of facilities, the scheduling of large-scale technical projects and the inspection and verification
    of installations can generally be recognized as relevant.


    Construction estimating
    Experience acquired in the field of construction estimating is recognized if it involved applying engineering theory and principles. However, experience that simply involved preparing calls
    for tender or the purchase of materials, is not recognized.


    Hardware components and software applications
    Experience acquired in the field of Information Technology and Software is recognized if it involved applying Engineering theory and principles. It must have taken place in an Engineering environment or a milieu that is ultimately connected with an activity reserved by law to Engineers (e.g., equipment used for public or employee security). Experience involving the design or verification of computer-controlled systems, complex information networks, or the development or use of simulation software design tools is generally recognized.


    Factory start-up and commissioning
    Experience in factory start-up and commissioning is recognized if it involved making judgments based on the application of Engineering theory and principles.

     

     

     

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