Professional Institutions, Universities and Sector Skills Councils/Bodies

Professional Institutions, Universities and Sector Skills Councils/Bodies

Qualifications for Industry awards Professional Development Qualifications (PDQs).  These confirm professional achievement and can, in some cases, lead to professional recognition.

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QFI’s Professional Development Qualifications in Highway Engineering are awarded as Certificates of Professional Achievement (CPA) and are supported by the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE). The IHE (formerly the Institute of Highway Incorporated Engineers) is the professional institution for practitioners in highway and traffic engineering.  IHE offers Engineering Council registration and support with professional development. The IHE awards professional qualifications and accredits academic courses.

The Institute of Highway Engineers endorses QFI’s Certificates of Professional Achievement in Highway Engineering as covering the professional development that leads directly to Engineering Technician and to the Professional Review for Incorporated Engineer and Chartered Engineer recognition.

QFI’s Certificates of Professional Achievement in Highway Engineering are restricted qualifications having been developed in association with the Institute of Highway Engineers and training provider Technical Academy Scotland.

If you would like more information on the Institute of Highway Engineers qualification, please feel free to get in touch via our Contact page. 

www.theihe.org

Qualifications for Industry’s Professional Development Qualifications in Civil Engineering are awarded as Certificates of Professional Achievement (CPAs). They are endorsed by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) as detailed below. The ICE is an independent professional institution for civil engineers. It has charitable status, approximately 89,000 members and is headquartered in London.  The ICE works hard to promote the benefits of civil engineering to the public. Beyond the United Kingdom, it operates in more than 150 countries and has approximately 20,000 international members. The ICE supports the civil engineering profession by:

  • offering professional qualifications,
  • promoting education,
  • maintaining professional ethics
  • liaising with industry, academia and government.

Routes for Civil Engineering Professional Development via Qualifications for Industry’s Certificates of Professional Achievement:

  • The Institution of Civil Engineers endorse the QFI CPA Civil Engineering Standard ‘1’as a route to the ICE professional review for Engineering Technician (for candidates with or without the educational base)
  • The Institution of Civil Engineers endorse the QFI CPA Civil Engineering Standard ‘2.1’ as a route to the ICE professional review for Incorporated Engineer (for candidates with the educational base)
  • The Institution of Civil Engineers endorse the QFI CPA Civil Engineering Standard ‘2.2’ as a route to prepare for the ICE Incorporated Engineer professional qualification via the Technical Report Route (for candidates without the educational base)
  • The Institution of Civil Engineers endorse the QFI CPA Civil Engineering Standard ‘3.1’ as a route to the ICE professional review for Chartered Engineer (for candidates with the educational base)
  • The Institution of Civil Engineers endorse the QFI CPA Civil Engineering Standard ‘3.2’ as a route to prepare for the ICE Chartered Engineer professional qualification via the Technical Report Route (for candidates without the educational base)

QFI’s Certificates of Professional Achievement in Civil Engineering are restricted qualifications having been developed in consultation with the Institution of Civil Engineers and training provider Technical Academy Scotland.

If you would like more information on the Institution of Civil Engineers qualification, please feel free to get in touch via our Contact page. 

 

www.ice.org.uk

 

The key Sector Skills Councils/Bodies that relate to the qualifications we award:

Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) – Sector Skills Council for Construction
http://www.citb.co.uk/

Energy and Utility Skills (EUSkills) – Sector Skills Council for Gas, Power, Waste Management and Water Industries
http://www.euskills.co.uk/

Semta – Sector Skills Council for Science, Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies
http://semta.org.uk/

Summit Skills – Sector Skills Council for Building Services Engineering
http://www.summitskills.org.uk/

Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) – Sector Skills Body for Engineering
https://www.ecitb.org.uk/

SKillsCFA – Sector Skills Body for Business and administration, customer service, enterprise and business support, human resources and recruitment, industrial relations, leadership and management, marketing and sales
http://www.skillscfa.org/