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1 Routes To Membership (MCIOB) Membership of the CIOB puts you on a path of career advancement that leads to the very top of the profession. Progress is made through a combination of study, examination and experience, culminating in the award of Corporate Membership and the designation MCIOB. The CIOB membership structure is such that it allows members to move through it at a pace and style that meets their individual needs. Every applicant for Chartered Membership is required to sit the Professional Review. Member Accredited cognate degree + 3 years' professional experience Experienced Practitioner Assessment (EPA) Experienced non-cognate route for those with degrees outside construction, but who hold a minimum of 3 years professional level experience in construction Graduate Diploma Programme Year 3* Incorporated Member Associate Member Student Member Graduate with CIOB accredited degree HND or equivalent + 2 years' experience at higher technician level Graduate Diploma Programme Year 2* HNC in construction related area + 2 years' experience at higher technician level Graduate Diploma Programme Year 1* An applicant must be at least 16 years of age and have been accepted for, or be engaged in, a course of general building studies recognised by the CIOB. * CIOB Graduate Diploma Programme for non-cognate graduates in employment with little or no experience. N.B. Other awards can be considered on an individual basis upon application (applicants should be aware there is a charge for this service). The Chartered Institute of Building 2009 Site development by Chartered Institute of Building Englemere, Kings Ride, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7TB Tel: +44 (0) Fax: +44 (0) Registered Charity No

2 Membership Grades Grades of CIOB membership are available to those who have achieved recognised levels of academic and occupational success. Depending on the level achieved, applicants will be eligible for one of the five grades of CIOB membership outlined below. To obtain further information on the various ways to gain membership or for advice on your individual progression route please visit Routes to Membership or on or All application forms are attached at the bottom of this set of web pages. Fellow (FCIOB) A Chartered member who has worked at a senior level in the industry for at least five years. Will also have had input into either the industry at large, academia, education or the Institute. Member (MCIOB) Person who is fully exempt from CIOB academic requirements, has a minimum of three years professional level experience and has passed the Professional Review. Incorporated (ICIOB) A person who has: full exemption from CIOB academic requirements or HND in construction or equivalent; or S/NVQ Level 4 approved by CIOB; or Full Membership of Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists; or Other qualifications may be approved on an individual basis. Candidates who do not hold the equivalent of Honours degree level qualifications will need to gain further awards before progressing to Chartered membership. Associate (ACIOB) A person who has either minimum of an HNC; or SMTS certificate and diploma; or NVQ - approved by CIOB; or Other qualifications may be approved on an individual basis.

3 q y pp All applicants for ACIOB will be not less than 21 years of age and have at least two years experience at higher technician level Student A person who is studying a course leading to membership of CIOB is entitled to student membership. Free student membership is available for 2 years to those who are engaged on either of the following: HNC/HND in a construction related course; or Fully accredited degree course (first 2 years of course are free, subsequent years are then available at a discounted rate). Attached documents Application for Membership (Associate/Incorporated) (pdf 107 Kb) Fellowship Application Form (pdf 172 Kb) Fellowship Application Guidance Notes (pdf 44 Kb) Student Membership Application Form (pdf 160 Kb) The Chartered Institute of Building 2009 Site development by Chartered Institute of Building Englemere, Kings Ride, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7TB Tel: +44 (0) Fax: +44 (0) Registered Charity No

4 CIOB Recognised Awards List July 2008 A Guide for Students and Colleges

5 Contents 1. Introduction CIOB Recognition of Qualifications Qualification routes to CIOB Membership Details of Recognised Awards UK Details of Recognised Awards Europe and Overseas Other CIOB Recognised Awards Edexcel HNC and HND qualifications Foundation Degrees SVQ and NVQ qualifications CIOB courses CIOB Graduate Diploma Programme International Agreements & Qualification Recognition...16

6 1. Introduction The CIOB recognises academic and vocational qualifications which satisfy either fully or partially, its educational requirements. The CIOB Education Framework provides the criteria against which qualification recognition is measured. This sets and maintains the standards for entry to CIOB membership and is subject to continual review and assessment. Through a process of accreditation, mutual recognition or course validation through the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA), the CIOB Recognised Awards List details those qualifications for which approval has been sought and granted. Within the Recognised Awards List, each qualification is listed according to the category/level into which it falls (e.g. degree). A list of abbreviations used throughout is provided towards the end of this document for reference. Whilst CIOB makes every effort to ensure the accuracy and validity of the information contained within this publication, errors contained within the text may arise. CIOB recommends making contact with Membership Services before relying on this information. 2. CIOB Recognition of Qualifications The CIOB currently recognises the following type of accredited or approved qualifications: Masters programmes (e.g. MSc, MBA, MA) Postgraduate qualifications Bachelor degrees (e.g. BSc, BA) Foundation degrees HND and HNC courses S/NVQ qualifications Levels 3, 4 and 5 CIOB-registered qualifications and awards Other sub-degree level qualifications as listed In addition, the CIOB has also established international agreements with countries in Europe and across the world in the recognition of qualifications. Further details can be found within this publication. In recognising the qualifications listed, the CIOB does not seek to equate one with another. Qualifications shown are those approved by the CIOB as meeting the minimum requirements for recognition at the level indicated. The CIOB reserves the right to alter and amend this list. Candidates applying to the CIOB must submit a completed application form together with a photocopy of the award certificate/s upon which the application is based, or a statement signed by the Principal, Registrar or Head of Department of a teaching institution certifying that the candidate holds the qualification claimed. Individual Assessment Candidates from the UK and Overseas who hold qualifications not included within the list, can request an individual recognition assessment for which a non-refundable fee of 75 will be charged. 3. Qualification Routes to CIOB Membership The following table provides an indicator only of qualification levels leading towards CIOB membership. Progress is made through a combination of study, examination and experience. Some CIOB-approved qualifications are not detailed below and readers should refer to the comprehensive listings. 2

7 FELLOW (FCIOB) MEMBER (MCIOB) (all qualification holders are required to complete the Professional Review) MCIOB + 5 years experience at a senior level in the industry CIOB-accredited or -approved masters or post-graduate qualification holders* CIOB-accredited or -approved degree holders* EPA Parts A & B & C EPAR Parts A & B & C Jointly awarded relevant S/NVQ 5 CIOB Graduate Diploma Programme (Year 3)* Experienced non-cognate route CIOB Examinations Professional Studies (ceased 2005)* DMX Parts A & B & C (ceased 2007) INCORPORATED (ICIOB) Level 2 CIOB-accredited or -approved foundation degree holders Relevant HND + 2 years experience at higher technician level Jointly awarded relevant S/NVQ 4 Graduate Diploma Programme (Year 2) CIOB Examinations Core Studies (ceased 2005) ASSOCIATE (ACIOB) Level 1 DMX Parts A (ceased 2007 Relevant HNC + 2 years experience at higher technician level Jointly awarded relevant S/NVQ 3 CIOB Level 4 Diploma in site + relevant experience CIOB Graduate Diploma Programme (Year 1) CIOB Examinations Formation Studies (ceased 2005) STUDENT An applicant who has been accepted for, or be engaged in, a course of general building studies recognised by the CIOB. * 3 years experience at professional level and assessment of occupational competence or PDP or CIOB jointly awarded S/NVQ 4. 3

8 4. Details of Recognised Awards UK The following provides details of CIOB-Accredited Masters, Post-graduate, degree or other programmes which attract individual recognition. Please note that programmes detailed within the following pages are recognised at the time of accreditation and circumstances may change. Teaching Institution Award Title Mode of Delivery CIOB Education Framework Recognition Anglia Ruskin University College of Estate Coventry University Glasgow Caledonian University Heriot-Watt University Graduate Diploma Programme (GDP) BSc (Hons) Building Surveying BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons) Construction MBA Construction & Real Estate Graduate Diploma Programme (GDP) BSc (Hons) in Construction BSc (Hons) Building Surveying BSc (Hons) Architectural Design Technology MSc (Hons) Construction with European Studies BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying BSc Building Control Surveying BSc (Hons) in Construction BSc (Hons) in Construction (Project ) (Building Services) MSc (Hons) in Construction (Project ) MSc Building Conservation Technology & FT/PT/SW PT DL DL DL DL DL FT/PT/SW FT/PT/SW FT/PT/SW FT/PT FT/PT/SW FT/PT/SW FT/PT/SW FT FT FT FT PT/DL 4

9 Teaching Institution Award Title Mode of Delivery CIOB Education Framework Recognition Heriot-Watt University Kingston University Leeds Metropolitan University Liverpool John Moores University London South Bank University Napier University North East Wales Institute of Higher Education BSc (Hons) Building Services Construction FT BSc (Hons) QS Consultancy FT FT FT Engineering BSc (Hons) Building FT Surveying Commercial BSc (Hons) Building Design Technology & BSc (Hons) Building Maintenance MSc (Hons) Construction Project FT/PT Commercial BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology BSc (Hons) Property MSc (Hons) Construction FT/PT Project BSc (Hons) Architectural FT/PT Technology & FT/PT Project BSc (Hons) Architectural FT/PT Design Technology FT/PT BSc (Hons) Estate Agency FT/PT BSc (Hons) Estate FT/PT BSc (Hons) Building FT/PT Maintenance 5

10 Teaching Institution Award Title Mode of Delivery CIOB Education Framework Recognition Nottingham Trent University Oxford Brookes University Sheffield Hallam University Southampton Solent University University of Bolton University of Brighton BSc (Hons) Building PT BSc (Hons) in Construction BSc (Hons) Planning & FT/SW Residential Development BSc (Hons) Architectural FT/SW Technology Property BA (Hons) Design Development & Regeneration BSc (Hons) Quantity FT/SW Surveying MSc International FT Construction MSc Construction FT MSc Project in Built Environment Commercial BSc (Hons) Building Surveying BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying FT/PT BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology BSc (Hons) Building Surveying & Property BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying & Commercial BSc (Hons) Project for Construction FT/PT FT/PT 6

11 Teaching Institution Award Title Mode of Delivery CIOB Education Framework Recognition Birmingham City University University of Central Lancashire University College London University of Glamorgan University of Greenwich BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying & Economics Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons) Building Surveying BSc (Hons) Property & Construction Project BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology MSc (Hons) Construction Project BSc (Hons) Facilities BSc (Hons) Building Surveying BSc (Hons) Commercial & Quantity Surveying Graduate Diploma Programme (GDP) BSc (Hons) Project for Construction BSc (Hons) Project for Construction BSc (Hons) Real Estate Appraisal & BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons) Design & Construction BSc (Hons) Building Surveying BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons) Design & Construction with IT FT FT FT FT PT FT 7

12 Teaching Institution Award Title Mode of Delivery CIOB Education Framework Recognition University of Loughborough University Manchester Inst. Sci. & Technol. University of Northumbria University of Plymouth University of Reading University of Salford University of Ulster SW Engineering & BSc (Hons) Architectural Engineering & Design FT/SW FT MBA Construction Executives BSc (Hons) Building Project BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology BSc (Hons) Building Design BSc (Hons) Commercial FT Quantity Surveying MSc (Hons) Surveying FT Construction BSc (Hons) Building FT/SW Surveying & the Environment FT/SW & the Environment BSc (Hons) Building FT Construction FT & Surveying MSc (Hons) Construction FT FT/SW FT/PT Project BSc (Hons) Quantity FT Surveying MSc (Hons) Project FT for Construction BSc (Hons) Architectural FT/PT Design & Technology FT/PT Engineering 8

13 Teaching Institution Award Title Mode of Delivery CIOB Education Framework Recognition University of the West of England University of Westminster University of Wolverhampton Certificate in Contracts Commercial & Property MSc (Hons) Construction Project BSc (Hons) Building Control & Surveying BSc (Hons) Building Engineering BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons) Building Surveying BSc (Hons) Commercial BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology MSc (Hons) Commercial MSc (Hons) Construction Design MSc (Hons) Financial MSc (Hons) Project FT/PT FT/PT FT FT FT FT FT/PT * Please note that for entry into Corporate Membership (MCIOB), candidates should have a level 3 award, require 3 years professional experience and an assessment of occupational competence (CIOB Professional Development Programme (PDP) or approved S/NVQ Level 4), together with completion of a Professional Review. 9

14 5. Details of Recognised Awards Europe and Overseas The following provides details of CIOB-Accredited Masters, Post-graduate, degree or other programmes which attract individual recognition. Teaching Institution Award Title Mode of Delivery CIOB Education Framework Recognition AUSTRALIA CHINA First degree in Building/ Construction of teaching institutions in Australia (as recognised by the Australian Institute of Building) First degree in Civil Engineering, Quantity Surveying or Structural Engineering of teaching institutions in Australia (as recognised by the AIB) First degree in Building/Construction of teaching institutions in China accredited by the NBCMA Cork Institute of Technology Dublin Institute of Technology Higher Diploma in Architectural Technology PT Level 2 FT FT 10

15 Teaching Institution City University of Hong Kong Award Title BSc (Hons) Building Engineering Mode of Delivery FT/PT CIOB Education Framework Recognition Hong Kong College of Technology / University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Limerick Institute of Technology Institute of Technology, Tralee Waterford Institute of Technology Malaysia University of Technology Tunku Abdul Rahman College (TARC) University College Sarawak National University of Singapore Singapore Polytechnic Project BSc (Hons) Facilities MSc (Hons) Project BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering BSc (Hons) Facilities PT FT FT/PT/SW Advanced Diploma in Technology (Building) Diploma Quantity Surveying Level 2 BSc (Hons) in Building Diploma in Building and Property FT/SW Level 1 11

16 Teaching Institution Award Title Mode of Delivery CIOB Education Framework Recognition University of Cape Town University of the Free State University of Pretoria University of Port Elizabeth University of Witwatersrand UNITED STATES OF AMERICA First degree in Building/ Construction of Teaching Institutions in America as accredited by the ACCE Level* * Please note that for entry into Corporate Membership (MCIOB), candidates should have a level 3 award, require 3 years professional experience and an assessment of occupational competence (CIOB Professional Development Programme (PDP) or approved S/NVQ Level 4), together with completion of a Professional Review. 6. Other CIOB Recognised Awards Edexcel BTEC Higher National Certificate and Diploma in Construction qualifications (from January 2006) CIOB currently recognise construction related Edexcel BTEC HNC and HND qualifications towards membership: CIOB Membership Please note the following CIOB membership recognition requirements in relation to unit number. 12

17 Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) Higher National Certificate and Diploma in the Built Environment qualifications (from January 2006) CIOB currently recognise construction related SQA BTEC HNC and HND qualifications towards membership in accordance. Qualification CIOB Membership Level BTEC HNC / SQA HNC Level 1 BTEC HND / SQA HND Level 2 Foundation Degrees CIOB recognition of foundation degrees is currently applied to those teaching institutions who have received formal approval of their programme through the CIOB accreditation process. Unless included within the current list of CIOB recognised awards, holders of such qualifications will be required to submit an individual assessment. NVQ and SVQ Qualifications National Vocational Qualifications are recognised by CIOB, through a partnership arrangement with Edexcel, ICE (Institution of Civil Engineers) and CIOB, together with Associate Partners, CIAT (Chartered Institution of Architectural Technologists) and COTAC (Confederation on Training in Architectural Conservation). Scottish Vocational Qualifications are recognised through the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA). The industry-wide CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) has adopted S/NVQs as a means of qualifying the workforce. More details of this scheme can be obtained from The CIOB jointly recognises the following S/NVQs as paths to membership: S/NVQ Level Subject 5 Construction Construction Project Construction Site (Contracting, Conservation or Consulting Engineering) 4 Construction Contracting Operations Planning Supervision (CDM) Site Inspection Construction Plant & Equipment 3 Construction Site Supervision (Building & Civil Engineering) Qualification Certificate in Site Supervisory Studies Level 4 Diploma in Site (2 years) Level 1 CIOB Membership Level 13

18 Please note these represent current accredited S/NVQs still being delivered. Please contact CIOB for expired awards and information on recognition CIOB Membership Please note the following CIOB membership recognition requirements in relation to S/NVQ Level: Qualification CIOB Membership Level S/NVQ Level 1 S/NVQ Level 4 Level 2 S/NVQ Level 5 * To gain MCIOB, candidates must have successfully completed a CIOB recognised S/NVQ 5 and passed the Professional Review. Other NVQs CIOB will consider NVQs offered by other Awarding Bodies on an individual basis. Candidates seeking recognition are requested to submit an individual assessment. Further Information Additional detail on CIOB-recognised S/NVQs and contacts can be found within the CIOB brochure Scottish/National Vocational Qualifications (S/NVQ) at (Education). CIOB Qualifications in Site Supervision and Site The CIOB offers courses at approved centers across the UK, Ireland and overseas. These are delivered through colleges, universities and training companies. Both qualifications are registered with the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority under the National Qualifications Framework and provide the opportunity for progression from a supervisory to management qualification. 14

19 7. CIOB Graduate Diploma Programme The route in outline The Graduate Diploma provides academic eligibility for full CIOB membership for graduates without construction-related degrees (non cognates). The Graduate Diploma programme is designed as 12 modules and is based on the CIOB Education Framework: Part 1 is Induction to Construction (I2C) and its purpose is to provide a general orientation to the industry. It is open to non-cognate graduates from any area of the industry who may not necessarily be proceeding with the rest of the programme. Part 2 consists of 11 modules taken approximately every 3 months. Each module is followed by an 8-10 week period of work-based study based on an assignment. To achieve full chartered status MCIOB graduates will also need to undertake either NVQ 4 or the CIOB s PDP (Professional Development Programme). Employers will decide which of these two is most relevant and at what point graduates should make a start. The route in outline Part 1: I2C Induction Part 2: Developing knowledge and understanding Learning Programme: 11 Modules at levels 1, 2 and 3. Assessment through logging learning, assignments and examinations Graduate Diploma awarded by CIOB on completion of 12 Modules. Accreditation of Prior Learning means that some exemptions may be awarded CSCS card (Platinum) Chartered status 1 Module Mentor and coaching support from employer NVQ 4 or PDP I Approx 3 years I At the end of Year 1, the CIOB will award Associate status. On the completion of the programme, in addition to the Diploma, Incorporated status will be awarded. Delivery will be through a mixture of workshops, lectures and projects, and both individual and group activity. The aim is to use an adult approach to accelerate learning. 15

20 Each module requires about 100 hours work, about half of which will be the taught modules. Assessment will be by a combination of learning log/records, work-based assignments and examinations, whichever is appropriate to the module. These work-based projects mesh the theoretical work undertaken on the course with the graduate's job responsibilities and development needs. Module 1 (Induction) will be held at the Centre at CITB Construction Skills National Construction College, Bircham Newton. All other modules will be held at universities contributing to the Construction Partnership. Further Information Additional details on and contact information for the CIOB Graduate Diploma Programme can be found at (Education). 8. International Agreements & Qualification Recognition The CIOB has developed a number of partnerships with international organisations as a way of supporting our membership. Every partnership is different, reflecting what each organisation has to offer and the benefits to be gained from working together. There are three main types of partnership: Partnerships with similar organisations, such as the American Institute of Constructors. Through these partnerships we recognise each other's membership, Standards and participate in joint activities.* Reciprocal Agreements, where we recognise each other's standards in educational accreditation. Examples are the American Council for Construction Education, and the National Board for Construction Accreditation, China. Project partnerships, such as with the Ministry of Construction China, and CSCEC China, focusing on particular development work and out comes. These can involve development of university courses, setting up of training centers, developing occupational standards, etc. * Please note that evidence of completion of the CIOB Professional Review will be required by CIOB for entry to Corporate membership. 16

21 Please contact the Member Services and Support Directorate for further advice on Tel: or The Chartered Institute of Building Englemere Kings Ride Ascot Berkshire SL5 7TB United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)

22 Professional Review The Professional Review is the final stage to gaining the CIOB Chartered qualification, which all candidates have to successfully complete to achieve MCIOB. Applications for the Professional Review will only be considered from candidates who are fully exempt academically. Professional Review candidates will be assessed in the following areas: Part 1 Occupational competence Part 2 competence Part 3 Commitment to professionalism Candidates are required to submit the Professional Review report and supporting documents for assessment. After successful assessment, candidates are invited for interview for which they are required to prepare and deliver a short oral presentation which is followed by questions from the panel. The interview will be conducted by a panel of Chartered members and will primarily concentrate on the content of the report and presentation, although candidates will need to be able to demonstrate knowledge of topical issues surrounding the industry. The interview result is given on the day. Professional Review candidates who have completed an S/NVQ level 4 or 5 and/or the Professional Development Programme (PDP) are eligible for exemption from Parts 1 and 2. Please read the Professional Review guidelines before starting your application. Attached documents Credit Card Payment Slip (doc 52 Kb) Professional Review Applicant Guidelines (pdf 62 Kb) Professional Review Application Form (doc 484 Kb) Professional Review Report Template (doc 192 Kb) The Chartered Institute of Building 2009 Site development by Chartered Institute of Building Englemere, Kings Ride, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7TB Tel: +44 (0) Fax: +44 (0) Registered Charity No

23 Continuing Professional Development Underpinning your commitment to your career

24 Continuing Professional Development The need for a more competent workforce is occurring against a background of major changes in business practice. Individuals are now seeking more variety and mobility of employment and this means that they must also take more personal responsibility for their own learning and development. CIOB members need to be increasingly self-aware and imaginative in their approaches to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) if this is to be effective. CPD is a key part of professional life for any CIOB member and underpins the value of the professional qualification. An institute that cannot demonstrate a firm commitment to CPD undersells its members. Every member has an obligation under Rule 13 of the CIOB Rules of Professional Competence and Conduct to maintain the currency of the professional qualification through CPD. The ruling states: Members shall keep themselves informed of current thinking and developments appropriate to the type and level of their responsibility. They should be able to provide evidence that they have undertaken sufficient study and personal development to fulfil their professional obligations in accordance with the current guidelines for Continuing Professional Development (CPD). The CIOB operates a CPD monitoring programme which involves checking the CPD records of a random selection of members. You need not submit your CPD record unless you are contacted and asked to do so. You may also record your CPD online at the members area of the CIOB website. All members are responsible for developing their own annual CPD plan, evaluating their CPD activities and keeping a record of the activities that they undertake. Compliance does not require a set number of hours. The amount of CPD you do will depend on your circumstances, and be appropriate for your responsibilities and ongoing development. Advantages of CPD CPD is the process of regularly assessing current and future skill and knowledge requirements relevant to your responsibilities, and then planning and implementing an ongoing programme of training and development to address these needs. The process allows you to: Progress your career Maintain your professional status Reflect on personal achievements and invest in future development Learn from others and exchange knowledge and ideas Benchmark your performance Demonstrate to colleagues and clients that you are a self-starter and motivated to learn Develop the skills you need to do your job more effectively Learn in a flexible style, identifying and making the most of available development opportunities. At the heart of good CPD practice is the belief that investment in your own learning and development is the most important investment you can make.

25 The CPD Cycle The current recommended approach to CPD treats it as a cyclical process: Record evidence of competence gained Assess and evaluate achievements Maintain a Personal Development Record Review, analyse and appraise current skills and knowledge Carry out development activities Profile current and future competence needs Plan development activity Prepare Development Action Plan For CPD to be effective, you should remember that you have unique development needs and the key words to be considered in the review and planning stages are 'personal professional development'. CPD shouldn t merely be a hunt for certificates or points; it s a chance to experience learning opportunities and develop new talents and skills relevant to your existing and future needs. CPD activities might include: Open distance learning (video packages, the Internet, slide/tape packages, correspondence courses) Private study, including systematic study of appropriate literature or research, or even learning a relevant language Technical and professional conferences, lectures, seminars, workshops, study tours, technical visits and short courses Courses leading to professional qualifications or academic awards Writing articles for publication Teaching (for those not in teaching posts) Practice (for those in teaching posts) Preparing papers and contributing to technical meetings and study groups Examining, tutoring or mentoring. Sources of CPD information The CIOB has the following resources available to help members accomplish their CPD targets: CPD guidelines, forms and templates in the members area of the CIOB website The CIOB organises local and regional events aimed to meet CPD needs of members, which are also open to all interested parties CIOB Resources (Library, Publications, Construction Books Direct) CIOB Knowledge Centre Training and CPD providers. Information on the above resources is available on the CIOB website at How will CPD be monitored? Though your CPD records no longer need to be sent to us they should be up to date and available for use in the ways specified below: CPD monitoring process This involves sampling members and asking them to produce their CPD records for the past year. Members who may be experiencing difficulties with their CPD records will be provided with support and mentoring throughout the process. It should be noted that failure to comply with CPD requirements at anytime during the process will lead to disciplinary proceedings. At the Professional Review When applying for corporate membership, candidates are required to submit a copy of their CPD records for the last three years and a forward development plan covering the next year. Membership of CIOB boards, committees and panels The CPD records of those members actively involved with the CIOB will be checked once every three years as proof that their knowledge and understanding are up to date. For those members who apply for registration in a discipline This applies to members of the Faculty of Architecture and Surveying. CPD online Those members who choose to record their CPD online will streamline the monitoring process. They will not be required to submit records - these can be checked without any further action on their part. To record your CPD online visit the CIOB website and log on to the members area. CPD enquiries Please contact us at:

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