Practical Guidance on the various routes to achieving FBCS, Chartered Status (CITP, C.Eng. I.Eng, CSci) , EurIng and BCS Life Membership.
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We will consider
- SFIAplus v8
- BCS Life Membership
This talk will be a repeat of 24 January, and is in preparation for the in-depth webinars on CITP on Monday 28 February and on CEng on Monday 21 March, both led by Russell Friend, the BCS Standards Development Manager.
About the speaker
Margaret Ross MBE, HonFBCS, FBCS, CEng, CITP, CSci, FIST, is an Emeritus Professor of Solent University
She was delighted to have been awarded an MBE for services to education, and also, although already FBCS, an Honorary FBCS, and the BCS John Ivinson Award. Margaret was one of the 4 shortlisted for (but not the winner) for the BCS Society Medal in 2020. She was awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor from Staffordshire University and added to the Computer Weekly’s Hall of Fame.
Margaret has been actively Involved with the BCS for many years, and is currently Hampshire Branch Chair, Vice Chair of the Quality SG and of the e-Learning SG, in addition to being on the committee of the Dorset Branch, and the GreenIT, Cybercrime Forensics, Animation and Games Development, BCSWomen and Digital Divide SGs, and is a BCS Unconscious Bias trainer.
Margaret was previously on the BCS Trustee Board and Council, and was a BCS and CEng assessor, and she represented the BCS for 4 years on the Engineering Council. as a Senator on the Engineering Council and was an Independent member and Council Member of PITCOM.
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