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Interview. Brian Clancy's Year - Recovery at Home and Recogntion Overseas

Brian Clancy has returned from the Kerensky Conference in Hong Kong with an endorsement from the Chinese construction authorities of the high standards set by the Institution for the education and training of structural engineers. This has been just one of the highlights of a Presidential year that has seen the implementation by the Institution of its forward-looking CPD policy and the culmination of discussions with the Engineering Council on new standards and routes to registration. Brian Clancy spoke about this and other current issues in an interview with John D. Allen.