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APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION STAGE2

This fact sheet is to be submitted along with your reports on application for registration. If you have never
applied for Registration Stage1*, you will need to submit both this fact sheet AND the application form for
Registration Stage1, available for download from the Council’s website.
Please fill by hand in BLOCK LETTERS

Name
of Applicant

National ID Number (for
Mauritians)
OR
Passport Number (for
expatriates)

Applying for Registration
in the field of

Qualifications in
Engineering at
Bachelor level
(State title, date of award,
Class of degree and name
of awarding university)

Training carried out at
[include
name of firm(s) and
respective period(s) of
training]

Mobile

Contact info

Phone (O)

Phone (R)

Residential Address

Email address

Council MAY accept combined application for eligibility and registration under special circumstances, for example on application
for registration from expatriates, with more than 10 years of engineering working experience abroad. This is NOT applicable for
engineering graduates starting their career in Mauritius.
Please take an appointment with the Registrar preferably by email: engineeringcouncil@mail.gov.mu prior to coming over to the
Council to submit your report. You will be required to pay Rs 1500 as processing fee upon submission of the training report

Fact Sheet

COUNCIL OF REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS

health and safety issues and searching for solutions. Lectures. Adherence to Values and Ethics. 10 wk 9 Developing and enhancing inter-personal and communication skills 5 wk 10 Broadening Education.COUNCIL OF REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS REGISTRATION STAGE 2: Training Synthesis (To be filled and submitted by applicants along with their report) Details. Scope and Nature of Training and Experience Date of application Date of Certificate of Eligibility (if applicable) Engineering Qualifications Specialisation (if any) Aggregate period of training and work experience Place(s) of training period with corresponding date(s) Mobile: Office: Residence: email: Contact Info Applicant Assessment of Training ng the nature of professional training for registration. Commitment to Life long learning 5 wk No specific time requirement set by the Council Minimum Aggregate (M. No Nature of Activity Yes / No Period (weeks) Standard (weeks) 1 Attending Workshops.A) 40 wks I understand that these details are for general information of the Council. in m personally known to me Name: R e g i st r a t i o n N u m b e r : next to details S i g n at u re : Date: . leading group discussions (including preparation time) 3 In 4 Investigating and Solving Engineering Problems 5 Involvement with engineering design (appraising. s to certify) The above details are. I further consider that a fair self-assessment of the breakdown related to my activities during the above aggregate period of weeks is as follows: S. 2 Delivering lectures and presentations. Raising own Limits of Professional Competence. Seminars. designing) 6 Conducting technical investigations and research 7 Project management and leadership 40 wk 8 Involvement with environmental. etc. and that any minor inaccuracy that may have occurred in respect of the estimated duration will not adversely impact on my assessment. and Technical Demonstrations. reviewing.

COUNCIL OF REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS OF MAURITIUS FORMAT OF TECHNICAL REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED FOR REGISTRATION Amended: October 2011 Please take an appointment with the Registrar by sending an email to: engineeringcouncil@mail.gov.mu prior to coming over to the Council to submit your report .

Font used shall be “Arial” and shall not be less than 12 pt in size. Copies produced by xerographic processes are acceptable.mu  (webpage) www. approximately 10mm above the edge. PAGINATION  Pages shall be numbered consecutively through the document starting with the title page. PRELIMINARIES Page 2 of 2 1. While the CRPE prefers the original training report to be in a hard bound format. MAURITIUS  (FAX) 686-4506 @ (E-mail) kbhujun@mail. COVER AND BINDING KB / Format for Technical Report 10 11 2010. CIVIL ENGINEERING SECTION.  The front cover shall be of rigid paper and shall bear at least 24 pt font type. if any. The declaration shall be as per the format enclosed. PAPER AND TYPOGRAPHY  The document shall be typed.  When submitting the technical report. including appendices.doc  THE REGISTRAR. shall follow the table of contents. and iv) The month and year of submission.  The lists of tables and illustrations. 8:31 PM 4. 3. and printed on one side of the paper only with 1½ line spacing. iii) The department or organisation in which training was received.  Margins at the binding edge shall be not less than 40mm and other margins not less than 20mm. LAND TRANSPORT & SHIPPING. It shall list in sequence with page numbers all sub-divisions of the technical report. and that there has not been any plagiarism or infringement of copyrights in preparing the same.  Any acknowledgement shall be on the page following the lists of tables and illustrations. the author shall indicate in a declaration that the report submitted is indeed his/her own work. Paper shall be of good quality and of sufficient capacity for normal reading. The technical report is to be submitted in a bound form. shall be signed and dated and shall follow the acknowledgements.  If there is more than one volume. each volume shall have its own pagination. NDU.  The Supervisor‟s signed certificate shall follow the applicant‟s declaration.  Page numbers shall be located centrally at the bottom of the page.  The title page and the front cover of the document shall give the following information in the order listed: i) The full name of the author.  The table of contents shall follow the title page.crpemauritius. PHOENIX. The declaration shall be as per the format enclosed. COUNCIL OF REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS c/o MINISTRY OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE.  The size of the paper used shall be international A4 (297 x 210mm). the choice on the type of binding to be used is nevertheless left to the applicant.gov. The Supervisor should be a registered Professional Engineer with at least 4 years of post-registration experience in engineering and should be duly registered during the period when 2. ii) The branch of engineering for which registration is sought.com 2 .

7. maps. (The top of an illustration which is bound sideways shall be to the left of the page). computer printouts and tables shall have a binding margin of at least 40mm. DIRECTIVES ON TEXT 5. drawings.  The summary of competences shall follow the main text. Engineering functions of their own discipline.  An index (if provided) shall follow the annexes (if any). the nature of the engineering environment to which the candidates were exposed.mu  (webpage) www. This list shall follow the supervisor‟s certificate. if any. shall be arranged in alphabetical order. COUNCIL OF REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS c/o MINISTRY OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE. Computer printouts should be burst before binding. Chapter 1 The Applicant‟s Background KB / Format for Technical Report 10 11 2010. ii. ILLUSTRATIONS In the first chapter. Allied engineering discipline. stating the precise title of post held. (Kindly refer to the CRPE Standard for Professional Engineering Competence for more details on the matter) Chapter 2 The Training Environment 8:31 PM The candidates are required in this chapter describe: a.  Tables shall be numbered consecutively throughout the thesis in Arabic numbers.com 3 . 6. iii. Administrative and other functions. NDU. PHOENIX. all their engineering employment after graduation. MAURITIUS  (FAX) 686-4506 @ (E-mail) kbhujun@mail. in chronological order. LAND TRANSPORT & SHIPPING.gov.  A list of references. Engineering Design. a list of such symbols and abbreviations along with their full forms shall be provided.  Appendices shall follow the summary of competences. The numbers and captions shall be at the bottom of the illustrations. with specific durations including dates. TEXT  The main body of the document shall be preceded by an introduction. Summarise.  Illustrations shall be numbered consecutively in Arabic numbers. diagrams. Make an assessment of their time utilisation within each organisation as a percentage of time spent on i.  Photographic prints shall be on single weight paper or permanently mounted on appropriate paper for binding and shall be securely fixed in the document. CIVIL ENGINEERING SECTION. sections and subsections. b.crpemauritius. the numbers and captions shall be at the top of the tables. the applicants shall: a.imparting training and when certifying the Technical Report. This list shall follow the appendices and shall precede any annexes.  Where symbols and/or abbreviations are used. iv. illustrations.  The document shall be divided as appropriate into chapters.doc  THE REGISTRAR. Page 3 of 3  Whenever practicable.

provided that it was advised of the distant supervision arrangement and had agreed to the arrangement (Kindly refer to the CRPE Standard for Professional Engineering Competence for more details on the matter). d. The candidates will be expected to be very familiar with technical terms. contributed to the design activities being undertaken by their office colleagues or seniors (all design calculations are to be hand-written and worked out from first principles. though a computer-generated output may be submitted as a support and confirmation of the results of calculations). MAURITIUS  (FAX) 686-4506 @ (E-mail) kbhujun@mail. Chapter 4 The Trainee‟s own contribution / involvement in engineering 8:31 PM Council expects Trainee Engineers not to remain as silent spectators of their „supervisor‟. These are to be included in the technical report. systems. plant and machinery and the „reporting‟ on their engineering features.gov. the professional competence or standard of the persons with whom the candidates worked. The applicants shall name their supervising engineers and state their engineering qualifications and registration number. installation. the Council may accept distant supervision. with the help of drawings.b. procurement. operations. PHOENIX. NDU. Exceptionally.com 4 . execution.mu  (webpage) www. familiarity with and appreciation of the engineering activities involved in the projects in which they were involved. The candidate should demonstrate in this chapter that they have been actively involved in the engineering that goes on in their environment and to that effect they have: a. sketches. b. e. c. LAND TRANSPORT & SHIPPING.crpemauritius. b. Chapter 3 The Nature of Training Received a. showing levels of responsibility and authority and numbers of persons involved. etc. maintenance. the organisational structure of the training organisation with emphasis on the division and area where the candidates worked.doc  THE REGISTRAR. Candidates are required in this chapter to show their initiation into the activities of the organisation. including units and dimensions as applicable to his/her discipline. etc. KB / Format for Technical Report 10 11 2010. with cost estimates and duration of the project (wherever applicable). improvement. monitored engineering quality.) Page 4 of 4 c. COUNCIL OF REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS c/o MINISTRY OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE. They must display awareness. or were trained. Applicants must demonstrate their understanding and application of basic engineering principles and laws of physics through the selection of certain activities. The applicants shall include in this chapter a list of all the projects on which training has been received during the training period. d. efficiency and productivity at various levels (namely planning. schematics or block diagrams. the complexity of the activities or operations of the training firm or organisation. CIVIL ENGINEERING SECTION.

d.c. unless specific permission from the owner(s) of the drawings are included as part of the report. Chapter 5 Analytical Tools The Engineering process almost always end up in a decision being taken and such decisions can have as basis the engineer‟s assessment of the probability of occurrence of some events. made proposals and submitted reports or comments on engineering aspects and problem solving to seniors. and their time of appraisal of investments over machinery. statistics. etc. CIVIL ENGINEERING SECTION. techniques. where authorised. etc. been able. etc which are better located here than in chapter 3 and 4. charts. any anticipated fields of improvement. a collection of formula.crpemauritius. PHOENIX. indexed with the core competences required in the “CRPE Standard for Professional Engineering Competence” The format of the competences claimed is included in the next section. A concluding chapter. It can be an Appendix to the Report and consist of Chapter 6 Conclusion Page 5 of 5 Candidates should develop awareness of the use of computers within their own branch of engineering and in particular the use of application software in their day to day work. schematic etc. Note1 Each page of the report MUST be initialled by the Supervisor.gov. Council expects that the candidates will demonstrate their involvement on the various projects by reference to data tables.com 5 . where the applicant is expected to tell about his own perception of his training period. Note 2 Each applicant shall submit one original and two copies of his / her technical report and his / her training log-book along with the application for registration. diagrams. It is expected therefore that the candidates for registration demonstrate that they are familiar with techniques that are utilised in the decision process. The Supervisor shall be a registered Professional Engineer. engineering formula and/or specifications. NDU. which was measurable either through cost monitoring. qualified in the applicant‟s field of expertise and with at least 4 years of qualified PostRegistration experience in engineering. as well as any shortcomings therein. available for download from the Council‟s website. LAND TRANSPORT & SHIPPING.mu  (webpage) www. Chapter 7 Summary of Competences A last chapter of the report shall be a summary of the competences claimed in the training report. MAURITIUS  (FAX) 686-4506 @ (E-mail) kbhujun@mail. and know at least a particular technique and its applications. impact upon environment etc. Council will NOT accept any drawings which have been drafted for a purpose other than the registration report. COUNCIL OF REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS c/o MINISTRY OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE. quality of product. and the relation between certain events and their time of occurrences. KB / Format for Technical Report 10 11 2010. 8:31 PM This chapter on Analytical Tools may not necessarily be a chapter on its own. Note 3 Council encourages applicants to include their own drawings in their report.doc  THE REGISTRAR. The Summary of Competences is indexed to the candidates‟ assessment sheets. to bring in significant improvement to their engineering environment. payback periods. etc.

………………………………………………………………………………. This report represents work undertaken by myself and is free from plagiarism. either directly or indirectly. ……………………………. and postponement of the same for a later date and hereby consent that Council may seek independent information about my conduct. Postal address: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. or attempt to influence the panel members likely to assess me. I agree that any attempt to influence the Council or panel members will lead to the automatic cancellation of my interview. I declare on my honour to abide by the CRPE Code of Ethics and will not seek to know the identity of my assessors.APPLICANT’S DECLARATION I. (insert name in full) Date: ………………………………………………….………………………………………………………………………. Phone number (Residential) ……………………………… Mobile ……………………………………………. My contact details are: Name: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. I also declare having read the Council’s Code of Ethics and I understand that the CRPE is committed to competence and professional behaviour.… Email: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… .. I also agree that any decision which Council may take as a result of this application shall be final and shall be fully binding upon me. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. As an applicant seeking admission into the professional world. (insert name in full) hereby declare that the contents of the training report submitted herewith represent the depth of my knowledge acquired during my engineering training. either before or during my interview.. depth of knowledge and professionalism during my training..

......………………………………(mob) Email: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… . Phone number: .. include a fresh page for each one of them) I.. registered with the Council of Registered Professional Engineer as ……………………………………………………………………………… (insert registration title... I am satisfied with the ethics and professional conduct of the applicant in view of an eventual registration as a Professional Engineer.. example Civil Engineer) with Registration Number ……………………… hereby declare that I was on the CRPE Roll during the applicant’s period of training and was entitled to practice engineering for the period wherein I have supervised the applicant.....(res) ……...... I further declare having and acted as Supervisor in accordance to the Guidelines issued by CRPE to that effect...(insert name in full)... I further declare that I have read the training report of …………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………… (Applicant’s name) in full and that it is a true and accurate report of the depth of the engineering training received while under my supervision........ (Name) (Signature) Supervisor’s Contact details: Name: ……………………………………………………………………………………………………....SUPERVISOR’S DECLARATION in case of more than one Supervisor...... I am aware that Council may contact me independently to enquire about the applicant and I will be bound by the CRPE Code of Ethics to provide fair and unbiased information in such circumstances......…………………………………………………………………………………………….

FILL IN MANUALLY AND INCLUDE AS CHAPTER 7 OF YOUR REPORT) October 2011 Summary Statement of Competencies Claimed 1 .COUNCIL OF REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS OF MAURITIUS SUMMARY OF STATEMENT OF COMPETENCIES (PRINT.

Description of Requirement Paragraph reference in Training Report (insert paragraph number ) Applicant’s ability to apply that knowledge to the optimisation of existing and emerging technologies in their own area of practice. departures from designed performance: failure. Description of Requirement Paragraph reference in Training Report (insert paragraph number ) Analysis and Solving of Engineering Problems. Understanding. etc) to analyse the design of engineering products. Identifying contributory causes/sources . and Ability Competency Element 1A. (Required: Item 1A1 and any other) 1A1 Applications of Materials (properties and processes) in Applicant’s area of practice. (Required: At least one Item from 2A1 to 2A4) 2A1 Appraising and reviewing engineering design. Design and Research [at least 40 weeks] Competency Element 2A. unreliability. etc. Summary Statement of Competencies Claimed 2 . incl. Theoretical approach to new technology. capacity and productivity. enhancing efficiency.solutions. 2A3 Investigating engineering problems. 2A4 Recognise an engineering problem as an opportunity for innovation and improvement. formulating marketing strategies. exploiting opportunities.Summary Statement of Competencies Claimed Applicant’s Theoretical Knowledge. Application of theoretical knowledge to Engineering Solutions. quality improvement and innovation. performance. processes and methods. 1A3 Assessment of users’ needs. 1A2 Application of Scientific and engineering principles in innovative and creative activities in Applicant’s discipline. identifying constraints. instability. 2A2 Use of theoretical knowledge (mathematical analysis and modelling.

2B5 Checking a design produced from using proprietary software against design by conventional method. Making an engineering judgment under uncertainty. and envisaging solutions to these eventualities.Competency Element 2B. analyse. 2C. 2C2 Testing a hypothesis accounting for a departure from expected performance (viz 2C1): . identifying parameters likely to influence the value/outcome of the experiment 2C3 Conducting an experiment (as in 2C2) . and ability to design and conduct experiments.recording and evaluating and presenting data. Summary Statement of Competencies Claimed 3 . analyse and interpret data towards designing and developing an engineering solution [equivalent to 15 weeks] (Required: Any one Item) 2C1 Explaining observed performance. 2B4 Understanding design methodologies: application of knowledge to design solutions to unfamiliar problems. Description of Requirement Paragraph reference in Training Report (insert paragraph number ) Ability to apply theoretical knowledge to engineering design (to meet specific needs: purpose and performance). and draw conclusions. Formulating a hypothesis involving significant dependent and independent parameters influencing for the result. scientific and engineering principles involved. interpret. 2B3 Problems likely to arise during design. explain results.defining tasks to be carried out. possibly involving other disciplines. [Minimum 15 weeks] (Mandatory: At least one Item from 2B1 to 2B5) 2B1 From a design brief to design: task required and applicable criteria identifying parameters influencing design alternative design schemes 2B2 Analysing and Selecting a particular technical solution and other criteria influencing use and marketing of the end product. Ability to conduct investigations of technical issues consistent with applicant’s level of knowledge and understanding. Discuss possible design review or justify design.

and modern engineering tools. 3B6 Risks management and assessment in project management and business. material testing procedures. taxes. methods and procedures. 3B5 Production techniques . safeguarding against market trends influencing cost. 3A4 Ability to carry out Project Appraisal and costing using discounted cash-flowtechniques-NPV. 3B3 Monitor/control activities and events influencing costs and profitability of business. procurement of design and construction services. Summary Statement of Competencies Claimed 4 . 3B2 Contract pricing. labour. etc). including management practices and procedures. computer simulation. etc. decision processes (use of statistics. and ability to use. probability. Cashflows and budgets. Gant Chart. 3B. necessary for engineering practice. assembly. (Required: Any one Item) 3A1 Project Management tools and techniques: software applications. IRR 3A5 Assessment of service quality and performance. raw materials. Specifications. etc. (Required: Any one Item) 3B1 Procurement: Procedures. 3B4 Ability to Produce Design brief. Limitations of Risks assessment and management techniques. identifying elements affecting profitability. curve fitting) 3A3 Basic Financial Statements (Balance Sheet). Programming and control of resources. skills. PERT/CPM. and their applications. manufacturing processes. mathematical modelling. Ability to see through the operation of supply and execution of a contract. uncertainty.Management and Leadership Skills [at least 40 weeks] Competency Element 3A Description of Requirement Paragraph reference in Training Report (insert paragraph number ) Knowledge and understanding of.(manufacture. the techniques. Conditions of Contract for Engineering works. 3A2 Project Management.

4B2 Impact of Design and operation on energy consumption and emission of greenhouse gases. and quality of life.Engineer's Responsibility for Environment. and prioritise risks to the quality of environment in own area of practice.applicable control procedures and safeguards. welfare and health.assess. procedures. and ensure sustainability. and Safety [at least 10 weeks] Competency Element 4A Description of Requirement Paragraph reference in Training Report (insert paragraph number ) Applicant to demonstrate that he/she has knowledge of the impact of engineering design on quality of environment. . Applicant is able to recognise and assess risks to quality of life. (Required: Any one Item) 4A1 4A2 4B Common environmental threats to quality of environment and life. consequently. health and safety. Summary Statement of Competencies Claimed 5 . and material choice.influence on design process and solutions. Effects and constraintsof impact assessment on design. 4B3 Recognise. and welfare of society. safety. and. (Required: Any one Item) 4B1 Awareness of Environmental and sustainability issues affecting implementation methods. monitor. Legislation (relevant to applicant’s practice) governing quality of environment. Health. as well as hazards to safety. health. to design and implement measures and safeguards to enhance quality of environment and life.

and Commitment to Life .1 a broad education in engineering and allied fields. is knowledgeable of techniques. while exercising independent judgement.4 a knowledge of contemporary issues Summary Statement of Competencies Claimed Paragraph reference in Training Report (insert paragraph number ) 6 . (Mandatory: Item 5A1 and Item 5A3) 5A1 Applicant demonstrates a good command of Language and writing skills. 6.Long learning.Interpersonal Skills and Communications [Equivalent 5 weeks] Competency Element 5A Description of Requirement Paragraph reference in Training Report (insert paragraph number ) Applicant to have awareness of need for developing and enhancing his/her ability to interact with individuals and groups. as may be necessary.. 6. subordinates. Word processing. etc. 5A3 Applicant should display Leadership skills and ability to handle meetings. (Auto-Cad or similar package.3 a commitment to a high ethical standard. for optimum performance in the course of his/her professional practice. including peers. policy makers and the public. 6. graphics and communication). skills. and modern engineering tools. Values and Ethics in Professional Practice. for improving productivity and efficiency 5A2 Applicant should be aware of Management information systems and intellectual property rights issues. [Equivalent 5 weeks] (Mandatory) Competency Element Description of Requirement 6.2 ability to recognise limits of personal knowledge and skills. etc Recognition of Need for Broad Education. administrators. Spreadsheets. Recognition of Limits of Professional Competence. responsibility in professional practice. and commitment and ability to engage in a process of life long learning. clients.