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  • Proposed Articles of Association Amendments September 2008
    whether or not the candidate has acquired sufficient competence as a result of education continuing professional development and experience to enable him her to function as a professional in the surveying or geographic information industries Experience is defined as the knowledge perception understanding and skill required in undertaking tasks and assignments by following correct procedures over an extended period The Professional Interview is intended to provide an opportunity for the candidate to satisfy the Council that in addition to academic qualifications he she possesses the necessary professional competence to justify transfer or election to Professional membership of the Irish Institution of Surveyors 1 2 Candidates are required to submit four paper copies and a digital copy in pdf or MS Word format of the Professional Report to the Institution This is intended to provide the Interview Panel with comprehensive information concerning the candidate s professional development and experience The Professional Report should incorporate certification from the candidate s employer s as to the required period s of professional experience as laid down in clause 2 15 of the Articles of Association 1 3 The Council will examine each candidate s Professional Report and determine whether or not the continuing professional development and experience being claimed and presented is of sufficient merit to justify being granted a Professional Interview The principal criterion of such assessment is to establish that the information provided in the Professional Report is a satisfactory basis upon which the Interview Panel can make a judgement as to the professional competency of the candidate 1 4 Initially the candidate will be asked to speak about his her career for approximately fifteen minutes Subsequently via a question and answer session the Interview Panel will set out to establish additional details of the candidate s practical experience and the degree of responsibility given to the candidate in their career to date Candidates should assume that the members of the Interview Panel have read and are familiar with the content of their Professional Report Candidates will be expected to be familiar with the Institution s Code of Professional Conduct The Interview will extend over a period of not more than one hour 1 5 The Interview Panel normally consists of three senior members of the Profession selected by the Council of the Institution who act on behalf of the Council and are as far as possible from the same broad area of expertise as the candidate All members of the Interview Panel will be Professional Members or Fellows of the Irish Institution of Surveyors 1 6 Candidates will be given reasonable notice of the arrangements for the Professional Interview which will normally be held three times per year in various locations throughout the country Candidates will be notified of the outcome of the Interview as soon as possible normally within four weeks 2 The Professional Report 2 1 The Professional Report consists of a a Summary of Career Details b a Report on Continuing Professional Development and Experience 2 2 The

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  • Membership Payments
    for your membership category below Remember to enter your Membership name and number in the information box at the last stage of the transaction process Membership Level Current Fee Levels Payment Fellow 230 00 Professional 175 00 Associate 115 00 Probationary Year 1 60 00 Probationary Year 2 120 00 Trainee 50 00 Technical 115 00 Other Other Any information provided through this site is strictly confidential and is not

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  • Table of Contents
    Members 1 6 Members Responsibility 1 7 Practising members 1 8 Overseas members 1 9 Alterations 2 0 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 2 1 Integrity honesty and professionalism 2 2 Observation of code 2 3 Members relations with the institution 2 4 Members relations with other members 2 5 Members relations with clients 2 6 Members relations with other professionals 2 7 Professional fees 3 0 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT 3 1 Certification of

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  • Application of Code
    association as a result of the implementation of this Code of Professional Conduct 1 5 All Corporate members as defined by clause 2 8 in the Articles of Association of the Institution must abide by this Code of Professional Conduct Corporate members will be referred to as members hereafter 1 6 Members who purport to be a partner in a practice or director of a company allow their name designatory letters or the Institution logo to be used in promoting or advertising the interests of a practice or company in which a partner or director respectively is a member or are partners in a practice or are directors of a company which is so connected or associated with another practice or company in which no partner or director respectively is a member that in the opinion of the council the public including clients dealing with such other practice or company believe that the two practices or companies are connected or associated Shall be responsible for any contravention of the Articles of Association Bye Laws or Code of Professional Conduct of the Institution committed by any partner or director of such practice or company respectively or by any staff member of such practice or company However if such member shall in the course of subsequent disciplinary proceedings satisfy the council that they were unaware and had no reason to be aware of any such contravention and had prior to such contravention taken all reasonable steps to ensure that such contravention would not be committed they may be acquitted of responsibility for such contravention subject to the deliberations of the disciplinary proceedings 1 7 Members practising outside or in addition to their main profession will remain subject to the obligations and duties imposed by this Code of Professional Conduct and shall not

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  • Application of Code - 1.5 to 1.6
    of the Institution must abide by this Code of Professional Conduct Corporate members will be referred to as members hereafter 1 6 Members who purport to be a partner in a practice or director of a company allow their name designatory letters or the Institution logo to be used in promoting or advertising the interests of a practice or company in which a partner or director respectively is a member or are partners in a practice or are directors of a company which is so connected or associated with another practice or company in which no partner or director respectively is a member that in the opinion of the council the public including clients dealing with such other practice or company believe that the two practices or companies are connected or associated Shall be responsible for any contravention of the Articles of Association Bye Laws or Code of Professional Conduct of the Institution committed by any partner or director of such practice or company respectively or by any staff member of such practice or company However if such member shall in the course of subsequent disciplinary proceedings satisfy the council that they were unaware and had no reason to be

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  • Application of Code - 1.7 to 1.9
    disrepute via their actions 1 8 Members practising outside Ireland must always act honestly and fairly respect the professional code of the country in which they are operating remain subject to the obligations and duties imposed by this Code of Professional Conduct and shall not bring the Institution into disrepute via their actions If a code of conduct for geodetic surveyors exists in the country in which the member is

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  • Application of Code
    would act as a trade association as a result of the implementation of this Code of Professional Conduct 1 5 All Corporate members as defined by clause 2 8 in the Articles of Association of the Institution must abide by this Code of Professional Conduct Corporate members will be referred to as members hereafter 1 6 Members who purport to be a partner in a practice or director of a company allow their name designatory letters or the Institution logo to be used in promoting or advertising the interests of a practice or company in which a partner or director respectively is a member or are partners in a practice or are directors of a company which is so connected or associated with another practice or company in which no partner or director respectively is a member that in the opinion of the council the public including clients dealing with such other practice or company believe that the two practices or companies are connected or associated Shall be responsible for any contravention of the Articles of Association Bye Laws or Code of Professional Conduct of the Institution committed by any partner or director of such practice or company respectively or by any staff member of such practice or company However if such member shall in the course of subsequent disciplinary proceedings satisfy the council that they were unaware and had no reason to be aware of any such contravention and had prior to such contravention taken all reasonable steps to ensure that such contravention would not be committed they may be acquitted of responsibility for such contravention subject to the deliberations of the disciplinary proceedings 1 7 Members practising outside or in addition to their main profession will remain subject to the obligations and duties imposed by this Code of

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  • Professional Practice
    or is or has been the victim of unfair practices or competition 2 5 Members relations with clients The first concern of members should be to give satisfaction to their clients insofar as their demands are compatible with the dictates of honour morality legality common sense and the techniques of the profession Consequently the geodetic surveyor must refuse any mission that fails to comply with these conditions When carrying out survey work the member should ensure that the survey is prepared and presented in sufficient detail and to a scale suitable for its intended use When engaged on behalf of a client to deal with a third party members shall not be permitted in the course of their dealings with such third party to stipulate that they should be retained by that third party in any capacity Members shall not divulge any confidential information concerning any aspects of their employers or clients legal business affairs or technical processes without the prior consent of the employer or client Members shall not use any information concerning their employer or client obtained during the course of the member s professional activities for personal gain if the use of such information is likely to be disadvantageous to the member s employer or client or to the public Members shall not directly or indirectly exert undue pressure on or influence in any way a prospective client or an intermediary with an offer or provision of any inducement such as payment gift or favour or otherwise for the purpose of securing instructions for work Members shall not accept instructions for work from any person whom the member has reason to believe has been subjected to undue pressure or influence by a third party in expectation of gaining financial or other material benefit from the introduction Members shall immediately inform their associates as appropriate of the relevant details if when acting for a client or invited to act for a prospective client whose interests conflict with their own or those of any of their associates Members shall also proceed without delay to inform the client or prospective client of the relevant details in writing that they will be unable to act or continue to act unless the client subsequently renews the invitation to act in writing If acting for two or more clients with conflicting interests members shall disclose the relevant details in writing to the clients concerned Members shall not proceed to act for any of the clients concerned unless the invitation to act is renewed in writing Members shall not use to their own advantage or divulge to any third party any confidential information regarding any aspects of the affairs and or technical processes of such clients if one or more of the clients terminate the contract as a result of the member s disclosure Clients shall be assured of absolute confidentiality concerning their business affairs and technical processes at all times Members shall not divulge any information concerning the proceedings or unpublished information gained

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