The Technical Report Route to Incorporated or Chartered Engineer
About the Technical Report Route
The Technical Report Route (TRR) is an alternative way to gaining a Professional Qualification where the candidate does not possess the academic qualification(s) to follow the standard routes (Training Agreement or Career Appraisal).
The TRR is not about design per se and is suitable for both contractors and consultants.
The TRR documents strongly suggest that a candidate proposing to follow this route has a suitable mentor to guide and advise through the process. The mentor should be encouraged to attend if they are not familiar with the TRR.
Sessions begin at 9:00 and finish at 17:00. Morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch are included in the programme.
- Session 1 - The role of the Mentor
- Session 2 - Civil engineering principles and the level of experience to be demonstrated
- Session 3 - Producing the synopsis and Technical Report including appendices
- Session 4 - The Experience Report and supporting appendices
- Session 5 - CPD records
- Session 6 - The Review day
The aim of this training course is to enable attendees to complete a TRR submission in an efficient and timely manner. By the end of the one day programme, delegates will be able to:
- Understand the technical standards and requirements
- Produce a relevant synopsis and Technical Report
- Produce an Experience Report
- Complete the CPD records (DAP and PDR)
- Understand the submission process and timescales
- Have insight and understanding of the Review day (interview and written exercise)
This course is intended for:
- Engineers who do not have the academic qualifications required for a Professional Review at Incorporated or Chartered Engineer level but have sufficient technical and professional experience to demonstrate the attributes at the relevant level