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    Engineers are viewed as the backbone of modern society. The innovation and the creativity that drives our society forward are inspired by the teachings of engineering, whether it is transporting on a bus or making a phone call, the work of an engineer is experienced. Engineers satisfy both themselves and humanity which is the reason for my passion for engineering. The idea of seeing a project come to life is what provokes my desire to become an engineer. In the past, engineers have created the greatest

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    Introduction In this document, the student will describe what he plans to do as a candidate engineer, to qualify to become a professional engineer. The strategy for CPD (continuous professional development) will be discussed for when the student is registered as a professional engineer. The student intends to become a professional engineer and to make sure that the right amount of continuous professional development is done. There is a high standard of competency in the field of any engineering

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    The Audio Engineer as an Industry Professional As soon as the beats of our favourite songs or musics pierces our ears, feet tap as fingers mingle. Music is what fascinates one and all, but is anyone bothered about who in which are behind this fascination and happiness? Is it the musician, singer or the album producer? Yes, they all have their part to play but it is the audio engineers who help even singers or musicians in the 21st century to realise their dream. These audio engineers are people

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    engineering. Some of the topics that will be covered are licensing, professional society history, labor statistics, and additional requirements. Although there is no federal requirement for licensing to be an electrical engineer, most states have requirements (Joyner). The professional society for electrical engineers is ISEE which stands for IAENG Society of Electrical Engineering (IAENG, n.d.) Even though electrical engineers had a 2012 median pay of $89,630, the growth outlook for the next six

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    about is Mechanical Engineering, I like this type of job because as a Mechanical Engineer I will be developing or testing mechanical or thermal tools or other type of equipment. This

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    Electrical Engineers Engineering is a very important occupation in our society. Many things (phones, computers, buildings, desks, chairs, toys etc.) that we have today had to be designed and innovated, and that's what engineers do, design and innovate. Electrical Engineers design electronic equipment, devices, or objects, like; “computers, robots, cell phones, cards, radars, navigation systems, wiring and lighting in buildings, and much, much more! They do many different things and design a lot

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    moralities oftentimes become mistaken with professional ethics. On one hand, morality deals with the personal beliefs of virtuous conduct regardless of community custom or the governing society. On the other hand, ethics consisted of a system of principles of rightness and goodness. Civil engineers main obligation and responsibility to the society is to exercise the engineering ethics. One system to guarantee this responsibility is to form a professional group of engineers with regulations and exams to assure

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    conduct. In the professional practice of engineering, engineers are confronted with different ethical issues and interpersonal conflicts. These cases could range from a small scale involving few people to larger conflicts where the outcome influences the engineering community and the society at large. Classically, engineering education does not duly address the needs for ethical education to be incorporated into the technical curriculum. However, it has become axiomatic that engineers must exhibit good

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    derived from the Latin ingenium, meaning "cleverness" and ingeniare, meaning "to contrive, devise". Definition The American Engineers' Council for Professional Development has defined "engineering" as: The creative application

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    practice of engineering. The grounds inspect and scrutinise and lay down the commitment of the engineers towards the society and to their patrons and to the career as a whole. As an academician of this subject it is directly related to the subjects of the science of philosophy, the philosophy of engineering and also the ethics in technology. During the 19th century engineering grew as a new subject and engineers saw their careers soar high whole working independently or working for large organisations

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