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  • Annual General Meeting Votes
    to the Continuing Professional Development programme and will be voted on at the Annual General Meeting of the Institution 1 CPD Requirements and Auditing and Membership Implications CPD requirements will be defined on an annual basis Regulation 1 of the Articles of Association changes from Each Incorporated member is required to achieve a minimum of 5 points per annum averaged over the immediately preceding three year period to Each Incorporated member is required to achieve a minimum of 5 points per annum Each member will be required to provide an annual return of their CPD Log by the end of December of the preceding year This log will take a form similar to that used by most professional bodies including the Law Society and requires members to list the duration and details of each type of CPD activity undertaken during the previous year The CPD Monitoring Working Group of EduCOM will carry out an audit of typically 5 of members per annum which will require the member to produce proof of each CPD activity If a member is found to have incorrectly logged their activities this will be dealt with according to the disciplinary procedures currently in review The onus is therefore on each member to ensure that they are compliant Requirements are detailed on the Education CPD section of the institution s website Members who fail to make an annual return of their CPD Log will not be issued with their Annual Membership Certificates see point 2 and will be required to pay full non member costs for IIS or affiliated CPD activities These individuals will also be excluded from member only activities e g courses related to licensing or the acquisition of the title of professional surveyor for boundary surveys and will effectively be suspended from membership meaning

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  • Ammendments to the Articles of Association of the IIS (proposed June '09)
    assess 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

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  • IIS Continuing Professional Development Requirements - Regulation 1
    1 year cautionary period starting at the reprimand date During that year the shortfall must be rectified and the current year s CPD requirement must also be fulfilled Failure by a member to fulfil his her CPD requirement within the cautionary period will lead to termination of membership in accordance with Article 6 1 of the Institution s Articles of Association Re election to membership will be automatic once the deficit has been removed and re election is requested CPD activities include the following writing of articles and technical papers for IIS News GI related publications or learned journals presentation of lectures or seminars in IIS approved areas of activity providing mentorship or participating in professional interviews for IIS members involved in the process of membership upgrade attendance at full or part time courses including instructor led correspondence and distance learning in IIS approved areas of activity attendance at approved lectures seminars or meetings including IIS annual extraordinary commission working group or council meetings carrying out relevant expert witness work A distinction is made between development education activities and specific product training either software or hardware Product training qualifies for CPD points at a reduced rate to those listed in the following A sub group of IIS EduCOM will annually define and publish CPD points via the IIS newsletter and websites for a range of training courses and events Activities and training not included in the approved list will be considered upon application Applications should ideally be made in advance of undertaking the activity to ensure approval as relevant CPD For CPD Education activities points will be awarded as follows writing an article or technical paper 4 points presentation of a lecture or seminar 3 points participation in IIS working groups commissions or mentoring programmes 3 points sitting on IIS

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  • Professional Interview & Report - Regulation 2
    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

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  • Election to Fellow - Regulation 3
    least 30 years of age or 1 2 Have supplied outstanding service to the Institution or to the surveying profession in Ireland 2 Nomination Procedure 2 1 The candidate must be nominated by two existing fellows of the Institution 3 Acceptance Procedure 3 1 Council to ratify the nomination at a council meeting with reference to fulfilling the qualification requirements and with regards to supplying outstanding service to the Institution

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  • Progression between membership grades - Regulation 4
    by Professional Member or Fellow for 1 year Student Probationer Graduation from an honours degree course in Geomatics or GI related discipline measurement science land management spatial data management or geographic information management Associate Professional 3 years GI survey experience Double CPD point collection for 1 year of approved upgrade courses Professional interview after 1 year Probationer Professional 2 years GI survey experience Standard CPD point collection of approved upgrade

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  • IIS Publications
    Contact Us Community Forum Events Login IIS Publications Thursday 29 October 2009 15 56 Best Practice Guidelines for Precise Surveying in Ireland 2004 PDF 1 3MB Green Paper Proposing Reform in Boundary Surveys in Ireland 2008 PDF 2 2MB Last Updated on Thursday 29 October 2009 16 17 Copyright 2016 Irish Institution of Surveyors All Rights Reserved The Irish Institution of Surveyors is a Company Limited by guarantee Reg No

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  • Affiliated Companies A-Z
    Ireland This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 021 4832990 021 4833665 2 Korec Group This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 01 4564702 086 8066477 01 4503786 3 Survey Instrument Services Ltd This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 01 4568650 01

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