Compensation and Condonement: Response to proposed accreditation regulations

Read the EPC’s response here

Read the Engineering Council’s response here.

Summary

The Engineering Council proposed a policy on compensation and condonement, which will result in new rules being put in place for new cohorts on accredited programmes starting from September 2022. The EPC published a guest blog by the Engineering Council’s Education and Skills Manager to explain the changes and also offered feedback to the Engineering Council following an initial flurry of member concerns. The Engineering Council’s response is available here.

Update: Please click the following link to view further feedback on this matter from the EPC – Compensation and Condonement: Feedback to proposed accreditation regulations

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