The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 68 (1990) > Issues > Issue 17 > Towards a More Flexible Part 3 Examination
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Towards a More Flexible Part 3 Examination

Since the formation of the South Eastern Counties Branch of the Institution some 5 years ago, the writer has been involved with the Branch’s education, training and recruitment activities. During this period, the Branch has established preparation courses for the Part 3 examination. More recently, it has introduced the Institution’s interviewing procedures which are necessary to satisfy Engineering Council requirements. Professor T.J. Poskitt