IEng Candidate’s Qualifying Report on Professional Development
The Royal Aeronautical Society requires you to complete this Qualifying Report Form as part of its
Professional Review and Interview process to satisfy the requirements of ECuk’s UK-SPEC. The completed form fulfils two aims: o o
To provide you with the opportunity to highlight the evidence that, in your opinion, demonstrates you meet the competences and commitment for registration.
To provide the interview panel with an idea of your strengths and weaknesses.
It is essential that you refer to the Guidance Notes to this form and to the exemplars of completed forms; please visit www.aerosociety.com (click on Join the Society and follow the links to Professional Registration then Professional Review and Interview). You should download the report form and complete it on your computer. Once you have submitted the completed form and the supporting documentation, your submission will be checked and if all is satisfactory you will be invited for interview, where all the evidence described in the report will be verified by a panel of registered engineers within appropriately 3 months. You must bring with you to interview a portfolio of supporting evidence to substantiate your application.
Declaration of Evidence
This must be signed by you AND by a registered engineer (IEng or CEng) who is prepared to support your application. Please contact the Professional Standards department if you have any questions about your choice of signatory.
I hereby confirm that the evidence described in this document is a true record of the competence that has been demonstrated by me, and that the evidence is available for review, if necessary.
I hereby confirm that the evidence described in this document is a true record of the competence that has been demonstrated by this candidate.
Institution and grade of membership if non-RAeS
(e.g. IMechE, IET, etc)
PRI Operating Manual – Section Two
2.5 Issue 1 (Jun 08)
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ECuk registration held (e.g. IEng, CEng)
Engineering Council UK-SPEC Competence Statements
For ease of use and review, each main UK-SPEC competence statement together with the associated substatements will be kept to a single page.
Section A: Use a combination of general and specialist engineering knowledge and understanding to apply existing and emerging technology
Maintain and extend a
Evidence of Competence Presented
Procedural approach and systems knowledge combined with the development of core skills and competencies has served as the backbone to all engineering activities. Apprenticeship certificate attached.
Engineering and management training
Consolidated all training received thus far with a year-long course bringing in advanced maintenance and management procedures and activities.
Training included project management, problem solving, personnel management and confirmatory depth understanding of mechanical, propulsion and avionic aircraft systems. Engineering management certificate attached. MSc completed at University of Exeter. Post module assignments based on the business performance of Virgin Atlantic Engineering Services.
Assignments synopsis and the MSc copy are attached.
sound theoretical approach to the application of technology in engineering practice
Use a sound evidence-
BAMC Scope of
BA & BAMC certificates Engineering & project management
Responsible for imparting the technical knowledge requirements for both
B747 and B777 ac types to B1 standards.
Variety of aircraft type specific courses or certificates of competence included in my career