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Mentoring for Civil Engineers is a guide to planning and implementing the training of professional civil engineers. In an increasingly fast-moving industry, ensuring that engineers have the necessary skills, ability and commitment is key to success…
Mentoring for Civil Engineers is a guide to planning and implementing the training of professional civil engineers. In an increasingly fast-moving industry, ensuring that engineers have the necessary skills, ability and commitment is key to success. Mentoring engineers is an important method to maintain performance in the workplace and this book offers practical guidance on how mentors can quickly motivate and inspire their trainees as they introduce them to the world of civil engineering and work towards professional their qualifications. It reveals hints and tips as well as best practice methods for supporting your trainee and for getting the best out of the mentor-trainee relationship.
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Patrick Waterhouse is a chartered civil engineer specialising in construction contracts and dispute resolution. He has been an ICE reviewer for over 20 years, an examiner for the ICE’s law and contract examinations as well as being a member of various Institution panels and committees including the professional conduct panel.
02. Learning and development
03. The business objectives of learning and development
04. Recruiting the right people
05. How ICE qualifications support organization learning and development
06. The ICE training scheme
07. Preparing a training scheme
08. Training agreements for the ICE training scheme
09. The mechanics of ICE’s training scheme
10. What should mentors do in theory?
11. What do mentors actually do in civil engineering?
12. Trainees’ reports
13. Mentors’ responses to development reports
14. Monitoring progress
15. ICE professional review
16. The reviewers
17. Sponsors’ scrutiny of submission documents
18. Preparation for review
19. The aftermath of failure