CIOB Professional Review Essentials
The Professional Review is the last step in gaining Chartered Membership with the CIOB. Passing the Professional Review is a challenging process that tests your knowledge, skills and experience. The short course outlines the steps to make your application stand out from the crowd. The entire process is covered from start to finish. This online course is vital to anyone wanting the best chance of success. It will put you in the best possible position for achieving MCIOB status.
The course is delivered online via e-learning through webinars and course work to support you as you study. You will be given access for 90 days to offer you flexibility as you study.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- understand the Professional Review requirements
- prepare your Professional Review for submission
- structure your Competence Report for the Professional Review
This course is designed for construction managers ready to apply for MCIOB. It explains the Professional Review progress in detail. It outlines best practice advice on how to structure your Professional Review.
Content will be delivered using the following resources in order to give a rich and informative experience:
- Instructional eLearning
- Course reading materials
- Case studies and practical exercises.
The course will cover:
- Professional Review fundamentals
- Common reasons for failure
- About the CIOB
- Application requirements
- Competence Report essentials
- Occupational competence
- Management competence
- Professionalism, Rules and Regulations
At the end of these workshops, there will be a short online quiz to test your understanding of subject. You will receive a certificate of course completion following this.
Martin McCabe MCIOB, C. Build E MCABE, CMIOSH, QTLS
Martin applies his years of experience in construction to create training that leads to real change. Chartered as a Construction Manager, Building Engineer and Health & Safety Practitioner, Martin has worked in a diverse range of roles across the industry and designed courses delivered around the world.
He sits on the Chartered Institute of Building’s Education, Standards and Qualifications Committee and provides Quality Assurance for the CIOB and other awarding organisations. He consults in a variety of industry roles offering advice on Project Management, Health & Safety and Temporary Works. He has designed and run training programmes at the Royal School of Military Engineering. In 2017 Martin consulted on the lifting operations at London’s Natural History Museum for the blue whale main exhibit.
Martin aims to facilitate learning that is relevant to each course delegate, so that the theory can be put into practice in the real world.