I wanted to have your with the ongoing review process of my application with the IET.
I submitted my application in May 2023, verified by three supporters. In August, I received a request for Further Evidence, specifically related to competencies A and B in the self-assessment section. In response, I submitted five new case studies, each tailored to address competencies A1, A2, B1, B2, and B3.
Recently, I received another communication from the IET, which posed several detailed questions seeking additional insights into my skills and knowledge. I have prepared my responses, but I find these queries somewhat repetitive, considering the comprehensive details about my professional roles are outlined in my CV, which has been shared with them.
The questions are as follows:
- Have you cited as a principal contractor role, and if so, can you explain about this specific role and who signed off your work?
- As you have acted as a main contractor, have you done any detailed design for a contractor to the build against it, or is the design work you do conceptual? (i.e. the contractor works up the detailed design, and if so who signs off your work?)
- Have you done conceptual design on behalf of a client, and if so, who signed off your work?
- Can you provide a detailed short circuit and load flow analysis and generator sizing calculations? Did you do any protection settings as well as an earthing study?
Note: I have not worked as a principal contractor. However, I functioned as the main designer representing the principal contractor. And this was clearly indicated in my CV and my originally submitted application.
I have prepared a detailed response that I can share with anyone willing to review to ensure it adequately addresses the IET's queries.
Moreover, if you have any general recommendations that could be beneficial at this stage, I would appreciate to discuss them further.