Up coming CPD events
This year is the year of engineering and we are looking to show how Military Engineers can be a vital asset to the industry. The InstRE are looking to improve its services to its members in the coming months after a range of events to add professional progression and free thinking, so watch this space for more details.
Short University Program
If your looking to improve your leadership and management skills or increasing your knowledge in regional and strategie studies, why not try out a university short course. Courses can be accredited gaining points towards high education courses. The link below will take you to this year prospectus.
Professional recognition for attendance of military engineering courses. Follow the link below to see criteria.
Institution of Royal Engineers
The InstRE is a registered member of the Engineering Council with the delegation to award professional accreditation. The InstRE has the delegation to award the following accreditations, click on links to find out more about the award process.
This is only available to InstRE members, all serving Royal Engineers are registered members.
Army Skills Offer
Get accreditation for your experience gained over your military career and career courses. Only available to serving personnel.
Standard Learning credits
Enhanced Learning Credits
Serving and ex-serving MOD personnel are also entitled to subsidized higher education. Personnel are entitled to up to three individual payments. To find out more information follow the link below. ELCAS.
The RE-CPD team also provide bursary funding for Royal Engineer personnel over the rank of LCpl, with over two years of service remaining to assist in gaining a level 3 qualification or above. Successful applicants can receive up to £1000 per year for three years. Bursary.
Military Supported Membership scheme
The MOD will now finically support military personnel in Institutional membership, for EngTech, IEng and CEng accredited personnel. The Links below provide direction with the required application forms.