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What is the Qualification Credit Framework (QCF)? Professional qualifications need to be standardised in an uniform, comprehensive manner. An invention of one single framework helps to identify and recognize all types of these skills and areas of competence. In the UK, such recent credit transfer system as the Qualifications and Credit... read more...
Posted by Jacek Kulig on trade skills Dec 18, 2014 10:35 GMT
I was discussing the topic of time from the point of bacteria recently with a biologist recently and he emphasised how some bacteria could slow their metabolism considerably to survive long periods without sustenance. I am reminded of this by a recent story on the BBC website about find slow living bacteria deep under ground in a coal field. ... read more...
Posted by James Arathoon on What is Energy? Dec 16, 2014 3:49 GMT
Posted by James Arathoon on What is Energy? Dec 16, 2014 3:48 GMT
Posted by James Arathoon on What is Energy? Dec 16, 2014 3:48 GMT
Barry Atkins, managing director of independent test equipment experts PASS Ltd, cautions that there is no need to risk fines for breaching noise at work regulations when the cost of compliance is so low. read more...
Posted by Boris Sedacca on Measure to improve Dec 16, 2014 3:19 GMT
Posted by Bob Gorman on wiring for the future Dec 16, 2014 1:06 GMT
Organisations choose products that promote its companies goals, or at least help achieve it. The generation x product might be suitable for some whilst the generation yx product is better suited to others. Sometimes this means accepting the licensing cost to keep business operations stable. So, even after the cost of creating maintenance... read more...
Posted by Rimesh Patel on The Cyber Lens Dec 12, 2014 8:51 GMT
The following IEE Council minutes are extracts from the minutes of December 1914. Not all the minutes have been reproduced below, only those that directly relate to the war and its effects on the Institution. read more...
I promised to do an update on my CEng application, so here it is: it's ready to submit!  Joe , my International Professional Registration Advisor (IPRA) gave me some very detailed feedback on my first draft, which was brilliant.  I amended my application according, and sent it to my supporters for their comments.  A few more tweaks... read more...
Posted by Karla Smith on A Volunteer in Godzone (aka New Zealand) Dec 9, 2014 3:35 GMT
Captain Guy Lutley Sclater of the Royal Navy, died 26 November 1914, the third member of the IEE to die in World War I.  read more...
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There is a similar Credit and Qualifications Framework for Scotland. Ron McMurtrie
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