The panel reviews examination procedures, appoints examiners, develops questions and considers feedback from exam centres and correspondence from candidates.
It also makes awards for outstanding exam performance and considers appeals against exam results.
You will work with the panel to advise the Membership Committee on all matters relating to Institution exams.
You will attend trial marking meetings in February and August, where examiners discuss the marking of scripts for the Chartered and Associate-Member exams.
Sub-panels for each exam meet in March and September, to moderate the exam results and select prize winners. You will have full access to all related documents.
Participating in the panel is a great way to contribute to your Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
We invite expressions of interest in panel membership each September, contacting all members except Student Members.
Contact the panel if you have questions about their work.
Explore our range of online training, recorded lectures and up and coming events.
This past paper includes questions on a community centre building, a private leisure facility, and a conversion of an industrial building to apartments.
A new piece of preparation material from the Examinations Panel, designed to help candidates understand how to structure their answers using a real example.
This past paper includes questions on a medical centre, an airport secondary fire station, and a water pipe and access road bridge.
This past paper includes questions on a new grandstand roof, a medical centre, and a water pipe and access road bridge.
This past paper includes questions on a medical centre, a distillery and museum, and an airport secondary fire station.
Report on the results, questions, and general issues encountered by candidates who sat the Chartered Membership exam on 7 September 2022.
Essential information to help all candidates with their preparation for the exam. Updated to include the 2024 exam changes.
This past paper includes questions on a hillside building, a lakeside cafe and bar, and an access bridge to private housing estate.