Supported registration scheme (SRS) 

The Supported Registration Scheme is designed for organisations where an accredited MPDS is not in place. It provides a disciplined and regular reporting framework that’s aligned to the five EngC UK-SPEC competence areas.

Having an SRS in your company will make you a more attractive employer to graduates, raise your organisation’s profile and promote high standards of engineering.

Your Developing Engineer can source a mentor themselves and identify the relevant competences covered by their job role and any other opportunities they undertake. The Developing Engineer must be one of our members and at the appropriate grade. SRS mentors do not necessarily need to be professionally registered. However, they need to have a thorough understanding of the EngC UK-SPEC competences and both the mentor and the engineer need to enroll with us.

How can it help your business?

Engineering businesses benefit from having professionally registered engineers – EngTechs, IEng and CEng. SRS allows you to offer your engineers support as they work towards achieving professional registration. Also, our business development team offers ongoing support in the form of workshops, presentations, individual feedback sessions and interview preparation advice.

Register a Developing Engineer onto SRS

If your Developing Engineer is registering onto the Supported Registration Scheme (SRS), they will need to complete the online Supported Registration Scheme form.

Find out more

To find out more about how we can help you set up a SRS in your company, get in touch with a member of our business development team near you.

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