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  • COREN - Engineering Cadres

    Posted 2019-03-16 22:56:31 by: ENG Team

    Approved Schedule of Entry Qualifications Into Engineering Cadres.  Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN). .     Note: For further clarification on foreign qualifications, Consult ABET or ...

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  • NSE - Membership Requirements and Benefits

    Posted 2019-03-16 22:16:41 by: ENG Team

    Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE). Membership Requirements and Benefits   About the NSE.  The Nigerian Society of Engineers is the umbrella organization for the Engineering Profession in Nigeria. The Society looks after the professional needs of members through well-structured programmes and regular interactions among the different cadre of membership, enhancing high professional standard and ethical practices. More Details;   Membership Requirements The following are guidelines for persons aspiring to become members of the Nigerian Society of Engineers. There are six grades of membership namely: Fellow, Honorary Fellow, Corporate Member, Graduate Member, Associate and Student Member. The education and training required for each grade of membership are listed hereunder:   STUDENT MEMBER A Student Member shall be a person who is undertaking an approved engineering course of training leading to a degree in an institution recognised by the Council of the Society for the purpose of training professional engineers.   GRADUATE MEMBER A person seeking admission to Graduate Membership shall possess an academic qualification acceptable to the Council of the Society and registrable by the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) under the provisions of the Engineering Registration Decree (No.55) of 1970 or such amendments thereof. Post-qualification practical experience shall not be a requirement for entry into this class. HND holders are not registrable ASSOCIATE A person seeking election, as an Associate of the Society shall possess an academic qualification at the level of a university degree in the sciences allied to engineering science, or the qualifications approved by the Council of the Society. In addition, he shall have been engaged on work related to the practice of engineering for a minimum period of 5 years. CORPORATE MEMBER CANDIDATES ARE GROUPED INTO VARIOUS CATEGORIES THUS:  ...

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  • COREN - Becoming a Registered and Recognized Engineer

    Posted 2019-03-16 21:33:13 by: ENG Team

    Engineeering Personnel Registration Guidelines. Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN). ABOUT COREN. The Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria, COREN, was established by decree 55 of 1970 and amended by Decree 27 of 1992, now the “Engineers (Registration, etc) Act, CAP E11 of 2004” Law of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The Act establishes COREN as a statutory body of the Federal Government empowered to regulate the Practice of Engineering in all aspects and ramifications in Nigeria.   MANDATE OF COREN           The Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria, COREN, is a body set-up by the Decrees 55/70 and 27/92 (now Acts 110). The Decrees empowered the Council to regulate and control the training and practice of engineering in Nigeria and to ensure and enforce the registration of all engineering personnel (i.e. Engineers, Engineering Technologists, Engineering Technicians, and Engineering Craftsmen) and consulting firms wishing to practice or engage in the practice of engineering.     In Section 1 (i) subsections (a) and (b) and subsection (3) of Section (4) of COREN enabling decree, Council is empowered to determine who are engineering personnel and to register them in their respective registers. Council has been able to regulate, as contained in its publication CP3; that a person desiring to become a registered Engineering Personnel must, after obtaining the approved/accredited required academic qualification, must have four (4) years post-graduate experience which must be under the supervision of a senior registered Engineer. Council believes that the continuing effectiveness of an engineering personnel depends on his contact with a recognized professional society and therefore advises engineering personnel to belong to a recognized professional society. It must be emphasized that membership of a society does not by ...

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