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Institution of Fire Engineers launches ‘Invest in You’ campaign
30 August 2022
THE INSTITUTION of Fire Engineers (IFE) has launched a new campaign designed to encourage fire professionals in the early stages of their career to take time to invest in themselves and their own career development by way of professional membership and registration.
As the global membership body for the fire sector, the IFE is home to thousands of fire professionals who join the organisation in order to benefit their lifelong career. IFE membership recognises an individual’s competence and commitment and enhances their professional status.
Further, becoming a member unlocks access to exclusive learning and development resources, an international network of over 11,000 fire specialists and the use of IFE post-nominals.
With an increasing public expectation that those working in the fire safety realm are a member of a professional body, the IFE is encouraging those starting out in their career to ‘join the next generation’ of fire engineering.
The IFE has created the ‘Invest in You’ campaign to promote the benefits of membership and how it sets an individual apart from their peers.
In the coming months, the organisation is all set to host two virtual workshops on the requirements, benefits and application process for Technician membership and Engineering Technician registration and encourages individuals to attend to find out more about these grades.
Details are available online for the EngTech Workshop and the TIFireE Workshop.
Useful resources from the IFE:
The Toolkit: The toolkit contains an overview of the campaign
IFE Case Study: Alan Hudson FdSc EngTech FIFireE
IFE Case Study: Dean Morris BSc (Hons) MIFireE MIFSM CFPA-E Dip TC
IFE Case Study: Sarah Parker EngTech TIFireE
IFE Case Study: Patrick Ellis TIFireE
*To learn more about this latest IFE campaign and access guidance as well as the early careers hub featuring specific resources visit the website
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