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PICE-UAE spearhead ASEAN, ACPE, and APEC Assessment and Evaluation Workshop

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Jan. 27, 19 | 12:34 pm

The Philippine Institute for Civil Engineers – UAE Chapter (PICE-UAE) led their Assessment and Technical Evaluation Workshop at the Radisson Blu Hotel and Resort.

Presidential Adviser of the Philippine Technological Council (PTC-MENA) Engr. Trese Bustamante headed the workshop, guiding over 40 Filipinos in the fields of civil, electrical, electronics and, mechanical engineering for their documentation and application to become ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineers (ACPE), Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Engineers or to become part of the ASEAN Engineer Registration (AER)

“After this evaluation, they will send their final submission. Etong submission will go to the national sa Pinas and then it will go to the PTC which is the one who approves. After that, the candidates will be notified through email if they have passed and they will be informed if they have passed,” said PTC-MENA Deputy for the UAE Engr. Vinzor Yee Concepcion.

He adds that before being able to apply, an engineer should have a minimum of 7 years cumulative, professional experience from the time the engineer gets their license. “Before an engineer could quality, they should at least have 7 years of professional experience with 2 years of relevant na yung ikaw talaga yung nagmanage ng project. 2 years dapat solely ikaw yung decision maker and ikaw ang nagmanage ng market,” shares Yee Concepcion.

ASEAN Engineers will be empowered to work in 10 ASEAN countries as professional engineers. APEC Engineers covers North America and Australia – so when Engineers have already been accredited by these organizations, they no longer need to take other exams to practice their profession in those countries.

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