Professional Development with ICE

Ever wondered how you achieve Initial and Continued Professional Development credit with ICE?

ICE defines Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as the 'regular use of a development action plan and a personal development record.' ICE can support you throughout your lifetime as an engineer, from the moment you start to look for a suitable academic qualification, through all stages of your career development.

ICE's CPD system is unique in that there is not set guide for how many CPD days or hours you should commit to in order to retain you membership status with us. Instead, you are given free reign and advised that you do enough hours to develop and maintain the professional knowledge, skills and competence that you need.

How can ICE Training help?
All of our course programmes contribute to your continued professional development with ICE, and your attendance is proven with the certificate you are given after successfully completing an ICE Training course.

Click here to learn more about CPD with ICE.

What about Initial Professional Development (IPD)?
Initial Professional Development (IPD) is the second stage in becoming professionally qualified with ICE and bridges the gap between your educational base and your professional qualification.

It is the stage in your career where you develop the special skills and acquire the specialist knowledge and competence needed to practise as a civil engineer or technician.

How can ICE Training help?
Our ICE Membership suite of training courses offer invaluable guidance for your initial professional development with ICE, ensuring you approach your route to membership with confidence and clarity.

Click here to learn more about IPD with ICE.
 

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