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ENG307 Professional  Dimension
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Professional Dimension   Professionalism  includes  integrity,  courtesy,  honesty,  and  willing  compliance  with the highest ethical standards. It goes  beyond  observing  a  profession’s  ethical  rules:  it  sensitively  and  fairly  serves  the  best interests of the public. Based on this  requirement,  how  can  engineers  prepare  themselves  to  have  optimum  competence  for their future career requirements.  
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Professional Dimension Systematic Body of Knowledge Skills are part of a profession but do not make it a  profession.  The skills have to be supported by a systematic  body of theory.  Theory serves the basis for rationalising the  professional's operations.  Professional for a professional has to be  intellectual as well as practical.  Theory is based on systematic research. 
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Professional Dimension Students are expected to prepare for themselves for their career: Generic skills; such as: Communication (oral and written) skills and interpersonal skills. Problem-solving and analytical skills. Expand the global outlook and vision on Hong Kong, China and the World.
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Professional
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Professional Dimension The  community  conferred  to  the  profession  the following powers : a) control over training - accreditation b) control over the use of title - registration c)  control  over  the  entry  into  the  profession  - licensing d)  privileged  communication/information  -  protects the professional legally from encroachments upon confidentiality of client's information. e)  policing  and  making  judgement  on  what constitutes malpractice. Note: Explore the  HKIE  site for an example of each issue.
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Title for Engineers
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HKIE
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HKIE
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HKIE
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Engineering Council
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Academic requirements for IMechE  professional registration The academic requirements for CEng and IEng have been  standardised  as follows: CEng Accredited BEng (Hons) degree plus appropriate Masters  degree  Accredited BEng (Hons) degree plus approved Further 
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