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The Role of the Consulting Professional Engineer

The Role of the Consulting Professional Engineer

Part 1 of the PEPP Guides to the Professional Practice of Engineering 

The Guides were created to bridge the broad development of the young engineer who enters a private practice firm from the education received in school to the practical knowledge needed for a typical professional practice. A secondary goal of the publication is to assist in preparing professional engineers from other practice areas such as industry, education, and government, for entry into private practice. 

The Guides can be used on either an individual basis or for group discussions within a firm. Entry level engineers using the Guides are strongly encouraged to seek out the views of their colleagues and mentors in private practice to supplement the overview provided by the publication. 

Contents include information on:

  • Responsibilities;
  • Forms of organizations;
  • Types of practices;
  • Pitfalls to avoid;
  • Legal and ethical considerations; and
  • Client relations.

Originally published in 1989, Part 1 of the Guides has been revised in 2012 and the other three parts are currently under revision.

Purchase Part 2 of the Guides: The Engineering Organization, today!



Product Code: 1978
Number of Pages: 18
Year Published: 2012
Format: PDF

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