Proposed changes to the Institution Bye-Laws: a summary for members

Author: Darren Byrne

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1 June 2022

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Proposed changes to the Institution Bye-Laws: a summary for members

Proposed changes to the Institution Bye-Laws: a summary for members
The Structural Engineer
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Darren Byrne

Date published

1 June 2022

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Darren Byrne

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Free

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IStructE Deputy Chief Executive, Darren Byrne, explains how the changes are intended to recognise competence, improve clarity and increase inclusivity within the structural engineering community.

Correction

This article was updated on 8 June 2022 to correct the 4th row of Figure 1: 'Associate (AMIStructE)' was corrected to 'Associate-Member (AMIStructE)'.

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Institution of Structural Engineers

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