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Steer Your Engineering Career

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Demonstrate your professional expertise and enjoy better career prospects through a Professional Registration qualification with international recognition.

The PYA and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) are working collaboratively to support Yacht engineers who are keen to progress their careers through Professional Registration qualifications, such as Chartered Engineer, Incorporated Engineer, Engineering Technician and ICT Technician.

Develop your career and benefit from professional recognition with dedicated guidance from qualified IET Professional Registration Advisors who are engineers and technicians, as well as getting bespoke support from the PYA.  Benefits of Professional Registration include:

•    Enhancing your earning potential.
•    Emphasising your technical competence differentiation – as a Professionally Registered Engineer or Technician – to new employers.
•    Using internationally recognised professional engineering qualification letters after your name i.e., CEng, IEng, EngTEch, ICTTech.
•    Underpin your highly transferable maritime skills and experience through a globally recognised professional registration scheme.

Share your comments and help shape relevant support for engineers/technicians

Your views are very important and help shape how relevant support is provided to engineers employed in the superyacht and wider marine industry.  Take part in this short online survey conducted by the PYA and IET: www.theiet.org/pya-survey

The PYA wholly encourages Yacht Engineers to participate in this coming survey as this will be the bench mark as to how we move forward with this amazing opportunity for Engineers in our sector, as well as reaching out to engineers from other trades.

The PYA is delighted to be working alongside IET on this golden opportunity for yacht engineers, and is fully supportive of this initiative. PYA will shortly have the dates of the workshops available and will of course update you at our Sea Changes Seminars throughout the year with more details as they unfold.


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