on December 9th, 2016

The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) has received recognition, endorsement and/or accreditation as a training provider from authorising bodies based around the world. The newest of which is Engineers Ireland. Engineers Ireland has been representing the engineering profession since 1835, making them one of the oldest and largest professional bodies in Ireland. They have more than 24,000 members come from every discipline of engineering, and range from engineering students to fellows of the profession. The EIT is also accredited by these bodies; IEEE in the USA, The Institute of Measurement and Control in the United Kingdom. The Project Management Institute which has more than 265,000 members in over 170 countries. The Training Accreditation Council (TAC) in Australia - the national leader in the strategic management of the recognition and quality assurance of training. The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) - which aims to promote a high level of education and training of practitioners in the engineering profession. Engineers Australia - which is the national peak body for all engineering disciplines. It represents 80,000 members. EIT courses are recognised for CPD purposes


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