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institution such as the


Professional recognition from a respected


IMarEST can serve as stepping stones in your chosen career path


DIARY DATES www.imarest.org/events


NOVEMBER 2015 18-19 Metocean Awareness Course


Houston, USA


24-25 Marine Electrical and Control Systems Safety Conference 2015


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Concrete examples The assessors will then move


on to wider issues so make sure that you can offer examples for each competency area. You will be asked objective and subjective questions and be challenged to defend your point of view. This will demonstrate your communi- cation skills and ability to work with others as well as eliciting technical and scientific knowl- edge and reflection upon professional ethics.


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Individual skill set Focus on your personal


experience rather than that of the team (use ‘I’ rather than ‘we’).


Display interest At the end of the interview you


will be invited to ask any questions and make any further relevant comments.


Demonstrate awareness The Institute’s Rules and Code


PIONEERING AN AWARD


David Chin, IMarEST council member and executive director of the Singapore Maritime Foundation (SMF), will receive the Pioneer Generation award at the Lloyd’s List Asia Awards 2015. He is the first recipient of the award,


of Professional Conduct will be covered during the interview. You will be sent the Code of Conduct in advance so that you may read it before signing it at the interview. The assessors will expect to see that you have a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) plan in place for the future as well. Failure to demonstrate awareness of the Code of Conduct, or insufficient evidence of CPD can result in a ‘Not Approved’ recommendation.


What happens after the PRI?


Each assessor will have made separate notes on an interview report form during the interview as this ensures that the process is fair and can be audited effectively. Once the interview is over, the assessors will confer on what they have observed and come to a recommendation about whether


established this year to recognise individuals for their contributions to the maritime industry over the course of their career.


“We are very proud to see that David is being honoured


in such a well deserved fashion,” said David Loosley, IMarEST chief executive.


the applicant has demonstrated evidence of competence and commitment at the appropriate level. This recommendation is returned to the IMarEST member- ship services team, and is then submitted before the next membership committee (which takes place every two months) for formal approval. The committee will check that


the interview has been conducted in a satisfactory manner and that the report is in order. Once it is shown that the recommendation is supported by the evidence provided in the report, the membership committee will process the application. It is worth noting that as a formal decision can only be granted following the membership committee, there can be a delay between the interview taking place and an outcome being announced.


RENEWED Bristol, UK


DECEMBER 9-10 5th IMarEST Conditions Based Maintenance Conference


America Square Conference Centre, London


15 Lord Kelvin lecture – Could robots do my job?


Lloyd’s Register auditorium, London


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CONTACT IMarEST: Aldgate House 33 Aldgate High Street London, EC3N 1EN


+44 (0) 20 7382 2600 info@imarest.org


RELATIONSHIPS


The IMarEST is delighted to announce that Plymouth Marine Institute, University of Plymouth, RUD Chains, Lloyds Register and ClassNK are all renewing their partnership with the Institute.If you want information on marine partnership, please contact samantha.carter@imarest.org


LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY The prestigious IMarEST Technical Leadership Board (TLB) has a number of vacancies available. The board is responsible for the technical direction of the institute. To learn more or volunteer to join, please contact bev.mackenzie@ imarest.org


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