The European Alliance for the Mutual Recognition of Certification of Engineering Competencies (ENGINET) is created with the participation of the AQPE

Two years ago, he began in Barcelona, ​​in the 1st International Forum on Professional Engineer, a process that had a continuity in Toulouse 2018 and Rome 2019, and that has taken shape this December in The Hague by agreeing to the imminent constitution of the ” Alliance for the Mutual Recovery of Certification of Enginneering Competencies, abbreviated ENGINET, a common area of ​​European certification companies to work together towards a unique model of competency certification.

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France and Spain sign a Mutual Recognition Agreement for Professional Engineer certification

After two years since the signing of the collaboration agreement between AIPE and AQPE with the Societé Nationale des Ingenieurs Professionnels de France (SNIPF), a new step was taken on December 2 when signing the Mutual Recognition Agreement. (more…)

The AQPE invited to Santiago in a session three14.pm of the CPEIG (Colexio Profesional de Enxeñaría en Informática de Galicia)

The Professional Association of Computer Engineering of Galicia (CPEIG) held on Tuesday, October 29, the third session of the project at tres14.pm, an initiative born with the idea of ​​generating a space for knowledge, training and networking between collegiate and colleagues with a person relevant to the profession.

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The benefits of personal identification

Many of the engineers that contact AQPE to get certified as “Professional Engineers” are very aware of which advantages the certification has, however there’s still some who ask themselves: what is this useful for?, what advantages will this bring to the development of their career?, how much does it cost?, is it worth it?

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Aeronautical Technical Engineers of Spain join the AQPE

The Col·legi Oficial d’Enginyers Aeroespacials i d’Enginyers Tècnics Aeronàutics d’Espanya (COITAE) have signed the agreement to acquire the status of Member Entity of the Private Foundation Agency for Qualification of Professional Engineers (AQPE), after its admission was agreed upon by the board of trustees last July. The agreement was signed by Miguel Ángel González Pérez, dean of CETIM, and Oriol Altisench Barbeito, President of the AQPE Foundation.

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Agreement for the creation of a European Platform for the Certification of Professionals

After the meetings held in 2017 and 2018 in Barcelona and Toulouse respectively, the 3rd Forum of professional certification of engineers organizations in Europe took place in Rome on May 28.

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Signing of the Mutual Recognition Agreement of the AQPE Professional Engineers in Italy

On February 26, 2019, the Agenzia Nazionale for the Certification Volontaria delle Competenze degli Ingegneri (ANCVCI), the Agency for Qualification of Professional Engineers (AQPE) and the Association of Professional Engineers of Spain (AIPE) signed a mutual recognition agreement in Rome which will facilitate the internationalization of certified engineers by AQPE / AIPE to practice in Italy and vice versa.

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Signing the Mutual Recognition Agreement between KIVI and AQPE in The Hague

On July 27, AQPE made a gigantic step in Europe by signing a Mutual Recognition Agreement with the KIVI institute in The Hague. Our Professional Engineers will be automatically recognised as Incorporated or Chartered Engineers, an international seal of recognition that will ease the visivility of our best Professional Engineer certifies professionals.

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Videos of AIPE and AQPE’s “Benefits of becoming a registered engineer” roundtable

On the 5th of July, AIPE and AQPE celebrated the “Benefits of becoming a registered engineer” roundtable at the ICAI headquarters in Madrid. We have made the videos of the event available. (more…)

University degrees don’t certify experience, competencies nor skills

While at university we learn and study, however true learning doesn’t start until the moment in which we incorporate ourselves in the workplace. And while a degree certifies knowledge, it doesn’t certify experience, competencies, nor skills. These are acquired and improved during the performance of a profession. (more…)