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FESI's CPD Events

 

Why is CPD useful?

CPD (Continuing Professional Development) in this context is about continuously updating engineering structural integrity (ESI) skills and knowledge so that they retain their currency beyond the scope of an original academic or vocational qualification. Some organisations insist on a formal programme of CPD to meet their industry's requirements; others are less formal. One purpose of continuing with professional development is to ensure that professional and technical practice encompasses the new methodologies, for instance, and techniques and legislation that will, as a result, make it as safe as it can be. Increasing safety in engineering operations, structures, systems and components is a high priority for FESI.

FESI's CPD events are intended to inform, update and renew, but also to challenge and inspire their attendees, whether or not they are directly involved in ESI. The events introduce new thinking in ESI and link proponents of ESI together so they can share their knowledge. The result? Cross-fertilisation of ideas, and synergy. No one leaves without learning something of value.

CPD may also indicate Continuing Personal Development. Learning continues ceaselessly and people develop themselves throughout life, often without realising it or recording their new knowledge. FESI's CPD events provide skills not always associated with their main focus of ESI.

Who has CPD needs in ESI?

It is not only industries involved in the traditional engineering sectors that require knowledge of ESI. ESI has implications for many industries, especially where safety could be increased through the acquisition of the appropriate knowledge.

  "knowledge of ESI would be beneficial within architectural practice and education."  
  Thomas Deckker, architect
See The FESI Bulletin Vol. 5, No 1
 

 

 

ESI has the ability to enhance and increase safe operations in many sectors.

FESI can arrange bespoke CPD workshops and seminars on ESI to meet your organisation's and industry's needs.

To discuss holding a customised FESI CPD event, please contact Poul Gosney, CEO, FESI.
T: +44 (0) 1 925 843429
E: fesi@fesi.org.uk

 

 

 

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