A detailed presentation on the process of applying for CEng.
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A practical guide to the process to obtain CEng, from identifying your relevant strengths, how to make use of the SFIAPlus framework, completing the initial application and what to (and not to) include in your full application, the final interview stage - how it is organised and what to include (and not to include) in your presentation.
Attendance at obtaining fellowship and charted status event, on 24 January 2022 and repeated on 23 February 2022, would be an advantage, but not required. You could find it useful to identify your possible SFIAplus levels in advance but again not required. The webinar will include practical actions that you could take to increase your SFIAplus level.
About the speakers
Russell Friend BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT
Russell has been with BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT since 2016 as Standards Development Manager. He is responsible for developing, managing and maintaining professional registrations offered through BCS, including CITP, Engineering Council and FEDIP registrations. He was instrumental in developing and launching the FEDIP Professional Standards for the Health and Care Informatics profession and is currently involved in developments around Data Science and Cyber Security.
John Nicholson CEng, CITP, FBCS
As an Engineer Officer specialising in Digital capabilities, John has served in the Royal Air Force for 21 years. He gained IEng with the IET in 2013 where he volunteered as a Professional Registration Advisor for Engineering Council registrations. Joining the BCS, he successfully achieved CITP and CEng professional registration in 2018 and 2019 respectively. Now a BCS Fellow, John has been an Assessor for IEng/CEng for 2 years. Of Note, he recently supported the review and update of the IEng/CEng application and assessor processes. John is a passionate sociotechnologist and advocate of professional registration across all industries.
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