25 November 2024 - 4 December 20249:30 – 13:00 GMT
Member: £675 + VAT
(Early booking £615 + VAT)
Available until one month prior
To attempt the examination you will already be a competent structural engineer, making an active contribution to your place of practice. Therefore, this course does not intend to instruct you in the art of being engineer, but rather guide you in the techniques and tips that will help you successfully approach the examination.
All members of the preparation course team are marking examiners for the Chartered Examination, and recognise that the best way to learn is to practice the paper. This course will also provide access to additional resources to support your examination preparation.
Please note that this course does require some pre-course work to be completed in preparation for the course dates.
Monday 25 November 9:30 – 13:00 GMT
Tuesday 26 November 9:30 – 13:00 GMT
Wednesday 27 November 9:30 – 13:00 GMT
Monday 2 December 9:30 – 13:00 GMT
Tuesday 3 December 9:30 – 13:00 GMT
Wednesday 4 December 9:30 – 13:00 GMT
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
Plan your own preparation for the exam
Recognise what is required to pass each element of the exam
Formulate distinct and viable solutions to exam questions
Employ conceptual tools to develop efficient solutions to exam questions
Paul Toplis is a consultant at Price & Myers consulting engineers with over 30 years’ experience of designing buildings. He is personally involved in producing sketch drawings, calculations and specifications for projects – bringing ‘hands on’ experience to the course.
Victoria Edmondson is a Chartered Structural Engineer with over 15 years experience in the UK
and abroad. She is passionate about coaching the next generation of structural engineers.
Matt Goswell has worked for a number of London-based structural consultants on projects such as the
Oval cricket ground, KPMG Canary Wharf and The Shard. To broaden his horizons, Matt moved into the
energy sector, predominately working as a lead engineer on onshore facilities across the world.
Email - [email protected]
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