Please find herewith the Resolutions of the 4th UNESCO Africa Engineering Week (AEW) and 2nd Africa Engineering Conference (AEC), on “Effective Waste Management in Africa”, held in Kigali, Rwanda, from September 25-29th, 2017 for your...
Applications are invited for the following posts: - LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR FACULTY OF ENGINEEERING 1.1 DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING (4 POSTS) POST A : GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING (1 POST) Applicants must have a good first degree in Civil Engineering or...
NOTICE TO ALL ENGINEERS & TECHNICIANS Please be advised that the contact telephone numbers for Engineering Council of Zimbabwe have changed as follows: - +263-24-2222611 / 2222452 / 2227188
APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEERS TO VARIOUS UNIVERSITY COUNCILS It is with great pride and pleasure that we congratulate our colleagues from the Engineering Profession for their appointment as members of Council at various Universities in the country. The Ministry of Higher and...
Education And Training
ROLE OF COUNCIL IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING
- To evaluate, monitor and uphold the standards of qualifying criteria or examinations, courses and training set or offered by constituent bodies;
- To encourage manpower development to meet the requirements of the engineering profession in Zimbabwe
- To provide for the accreditation of college-based courses.
Continual Professional Development (CPD)
Council has made it mandatory that practitioners need to keep abreast with the new technological developments, discoveries and innovations if they are to remain professionally relevant. To this end, the following conditions apply:
- Every registered member shall be required to accumulate 15 credits annually in order to retain registration.
- There shall be three categories of credits and each candidate shall be required to obtain a minimum of 5 credits from each category
- Category 1- Developmental Activities
- Category 2 - Work based and Individual Activities
- Category 3 - Involvement in statutory, professional, institutional, technical or non-technical committees or task groups, under Constituent Bodies
CPD can be defined as “the systematic maintenance, improvement and broadening of knowledge and skills, and the development of personal qualities necessary for the execution of professional and technical duties throughout an engineer’s career”.
Programs and courses for the purpose of CPD points are run and managed by the Constituency Bodies, in this case Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers (ZIE) .