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Civil Engineering DegreeApprenticeshipMapping of Knowledge, Skills & Behaviours againstICE Attributes

ContentsIntroduction . 3Knowledge . 4Skills . 6Behaviours . 7ICE Attributes for Incorporated Engineers . 82 22 21Civil Engineering Degree ApprenticeshipMapping of Knowledge, Skills & Behaviours against ICE AttributesVersion 1 Revision 0 – 16 May 2019Institution of Civil Engineers is a Registered Charity inEngland & Wales (no 210252) and Scotland (SC038629)

IntroductionAs a Civil Engineering Degree Apprentice, you will need to demonstrate throughout yourapprenticeship programme how your practical experience is providing you with evidence to showthat you have gained the appropriate Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours (KSB) outlined in theApprenticeship Standard and the associated assessment criteria.The Apprenticeship Standard has a unique set of KSB that must be achieved and ICE has ensuredthat these professional standards are comparable with our professional development requirements.This guide provides an explanation of the relationship between the KSB outlined in theApprenticeship Standard for the Civil Engineering Non-integrated Degree Apprenticeship and theICE Attributes.The Apprenticeship Standards reference the terms Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours that anapprentice must gain and be able to demonstrate achievement of, to allow an application for an EndPoint Assessment (EPA) which is to be made at the end of the apprenticeship programme.ICE documentation uses different terms. Evidence of an apprentice’s Initial ProfessionalDevelopment (IPD), the practical experience gained in parallel to an apprentice’s academic studies,should be recorded against the nine Attributes.Apprentices wishing to become a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, and register as anIncorporated Engineer, can use this guide to assist in recording the work-based aspects of theirapprenticeship against the nine Attributes. Training Providers can use this guide to help themunderstand how the apprentice’s work can be mapped against the KSB outlined in theapprenticeship standard and associated assessment criteria.Each apprenticeship standard and assessment plan is unique and can be found on the Institute forApprenticeships and Technical Education’s website.Full details of the End Point Assessment can be found in the Civil Engineering Degree EPAguidance which also includes the application form.Our Membership Support Team (MST) can give you advice and guidance on all aspects of the EndPoint Assessment, please email [email protected] or call 44 (0)121 227 5948 forhelp.3 33 31Civil Engineering Degree ApprenticeshipMapping of Knowledge, Skills & Behaviours against ICE AttributesVersion 1 Revision 0 – 16 May 2019Institution of Civil Engineers is a Registered Charity inEngland & Wales (no 210252) and Scotland (SC038629)

KnowledgeCore Knowledge to be assessedK1 The principles and techniques used to evaluate the impact of civil engineeringinfrastructure on society and the environment taking account of its construction,management and use. This includes the importance of welfare, health, safety andsustainability.ICEAttributes1, 2, 7Examples include: knowledge and understanding of environmental impact assessment,building information modelling taking into account the context of sustainability,CEEQUAL (a sustainability assessment tool used for the assessment of all types of civilengineering, infrastructure, coastal protection works, coastal landslides, sewerage anddrainage systems, and public realm projects and contracts) the environmental impact ofmaterials, integrated transport systems, water quality and supply as well as urbandrainage systems for a sustainable built environment.K2 The mathematical, scientific and engineering principles, methods and modelling thatunderpin the design and construction of civil engineering infrastructure. This will includeunderstanding structural and ground responses, properties of materials and theirpredicted behaviour as part of integrated systems.1Examples include: knowledge of the design and construction of buildings,transportation systems, water and wastewater networks, foundations and temporaryworks, coastal protection, understanding slope stability, retaining walls, ground watermovement, elastic/plastic and failure behaviour of materials such as concrete, steel,asphalt and timber, behaviour of structural elements such as beams, land surveying andformulating applicable mathematical solutions through suitable software.K3 The use and validation of digital solutions to model, evaluate, design, build and managecivil engineering infrastructure.2Examples include: knowledge of software packages including building informationmodelling, structural engineering design and analysis, computational fluid dynamics andfinite element modelling software.K4 A range of research techniques used to develop innovative solutions to civil engineeringproblems and the use of current and emerging technologies and products.1Examples include: knowledge of site investigation techniques, flood risk management,materials testing, physical and numerical modelling, transport analysis, road traffic flow,growth, traffic management and safety.4 44 41Civil Engineering Degree ApprenticeshipMapping of Knowledge, Skills & Behaviours against ICE AttributesVersion 1 Revision 0 – 16 May 2019Institution of Civil Engineers is a Registered Charity inEngland & Wales (no 210252) and Scotland (SC038629)

K5 The design and quality standards, codes of practice, legal and regulatory frameworks,such as those of asset owners and regulatory bodies, that govern the life cycle of civilengineering infrastructure.3, 6Examples include: British Standards, Construction (Design and Management) policies,building regulations, Eurocodes, Network Rail, and nuclear industry standards.K6 The principles and techniques of effective project management including resources, costmanagement and risk assessment.3, 4, 5, 6,8Examples include: knowledge of project and contract management in terms of cost,quality, performance and continuous improvement; procedures and processes involvedin procuring projects, producing tenders and estimates and factors that affect profitability;management structures and relationships involved in project delivery; commercial andfinancial risks; project management systems and procedures for forecasting, planning,allocating and controlling human, material and financial resources; continuous qualityimprovement strategy.K7 How to manage teams and develop staff to meet changing technical and managerialneeds.3, 4Examples include: knowing how to build teams, effective team working, timemanagement, reviewing and appraising performance in relation to delivery of civil andinfrastructure engineering projects and related wider operations.Using change-management techniques to address client changes and impacts on civilengineering design and delivery.5 55 51K8 How to communicate effectively through reports, drawings, specifications, presentations,digital media, and discussions with those both inside and outside the industry.3, 4, 5, 8K9 The professional and ethical codes of conduct and associated responsibilities as set outby the relevant professional engineering institution.8, 9Civil Engineering Degree ApprenticeshipMapping of Knowledge, Skills & Behaviours against ICE AttributesVersion 1 Revision 0 – 16 May 2019Institution of Civil Engineers is a Registered Charity inEngland & Wales (no 210252) and Scotland (SC038629)

SkillsICEAttributesCore skills to be assessedS1Evaluate the impact of civil engineering infrastructure on society and the environmenttaking account of its construction, management and use.2, 4, 7Examples include: the ability to use the CEEQUAL toolkit, carry out environmentalimpact assessments, designing and constructing the built infrastructure to ensure that itis safe, usable, appropriate and cost effective.S2Proactively consider welfare, health, safety, and sustainability in the life cycle of civilengineering infrastructure.6, 7S3Apply mathematical, scientific and engineering principles, methods and modelling to thedesign and construction of civil engineering infrastructure. Examples include: thedesign, construction and maintenance of buildings, transportation systems, water andwastewater networks, foundations and temporary works, understanding slope stability,retaining walls, ground water movement, coastal works, elastic/plastic and failurebehaviour of materials such as concrete, steel, asphalt and timber, behaviour ofstructural elements such as beams, land surveying.1S4Use and validate digital solutions to model, evaluate, design, build and manage civilengineering infrastructure. Examples include: ability to use building informationmodelling, structural engineering design and analysis, computational fluid dynamicsand geospatial information systems software.2S5Develop innovative solutions to civil engineering problems through the use of researchtechniques, market intelligence and best practice.1Examples include: ability to use of range of research methods to collect and analysesdata to draw well-founded practical conclusions for implementation, applicable researchstrategy and methodology, literature searches.S6Interpret and apply design and quality standards including codes of practice, legal andregulatory frameworks, in the development of civil engineering solutions.6Examples include: planning, designing, construction and maintenance of buildings andinfrastructure in compliance with current codes, standards and legislation, industryregulations, the use of Risk Assessment Method Statements6 66 61Civil Engineering Degree ApprenticeshipMapping of Knowledge, Skills & Behaviours against ICE AttributesVersion 1 Revision 0 – 16 May 2019Institution of Civil Engineers is a Registered Charity inEngland & Wales (no 210252) and Scotland (SC038629)

S7Manage and apply safe systems of work including taking responsibility for ownobligations for health, safety, and welfare issues, assessing and controlling risk,working with health, safety and welfare legislation and best practice.5, 6Examples include: recognise the health and safety aspects of civil and infrastructuralprojects as well as assess associated risks and identify appropriate safety measures insite work and for undertaking construction works. Apply the principles of civilengineering and construction business risk management.S8Manage the planning, budgeting and organisation of tasks, people and resourcesthrough the use of appropriate management systems, working to agreed qualitystandards, project programme and budget, within legal contractual and statutoryrequirements.S9Manage teams and develop staff to meet changing technical and managerial needs.3, 4, 5, 83, 4, 8S10 Communicate effectively through reports, drawings, specifications, presentations,digital media, and discussions with those both inside and outside the industry.8S11 Carry out and record the continuing professional development necessary to maintainand enhance knowledge and competence as a civil engineer.9BehavioursCore behaviours to be assessedB1 Be aware of the needs and concerns of others, especially in relation to diversity andequality.B2 Demonstrate reliability, integrity, and respect for confidentiality.9B3 Be confident and flexible in dealing with new and changing interpersonal situations8B4 Create maintain and enhance productive working relationships.8B5 Demonstrate a strong commitment to health, safety and welfare.4, 6B6 Demonstrate a personal commitment to professional and ethical standards,recognising your obligations to society, the profession and the environment.B7 Demonstrate self-awareness of knowledge and skills and only undertake work thatyou are competent to do.B8 Take responsibility for personal development, demonstrating commitment to learningand self-improvement and be open to feedback.7 77 71ICEAttributes8, 9Civil Engineering Degree ApprenticeshipMapping of Knowledge, Skills & Behaviours against ICE AttributesVersion 1 Revision 0 – 16 May 20194, 8, 944, 9Institution of Civil Engineers is a Registered Charity inEngland & Wales (no 210252) and Scotland (SC038629)

ICE Attributes for Incorporated EngineersICE Attributes123456A. Maintain and extend a sound theoretical approach tothe application of technology in engineering practiceCivil Engineering DegreeApprenticeship StandardKnowledgeSkillsBehaviours1, 23B. Use a sound evidence-based approach to problemsolving and be able to contribute to continuousimprovement45A. Identify, review and select techniques, procedures andmethods to undertake engineering tasks14B. Contribute to the design and development ofengineering solutions34C. Implement or construct design solutionsand contribute to their evaluation11A. Plan for effective project implementation88B. Manage the planning and organisation of tasks, peopleand resources68C. Manage teams and develop staff to meet changingtechnical and managerial needs79D. Manage quality processes58A. Identify the limits of personal knowledge and skills1, 9B. Exercise sound independent engineeringjudgement and take responsibility1, 9A. Prepare and control budgets68B. Use sound knowledge of statutory and commercialframeworks within own area of responsibility and have anappreciation of other commercial arrangements86, 8A. A sound knowledge of legislation, hazards and safesystems of work52, 6B. Manage risks67C. Manage health, safety and welfare within own area ofresponsibility78 88 81775A. A sound knowledge of sustainable development bestpractice1Civil Engineering Degree ApprenticeshipInstitution of Civil Engineers is a Registered Charity inEngland & Wales (no 210252) and Scotland (SC038629)Mapping of Knowledge, Skills & Behaviours against ICE AttributesVersion 1 Revision 0 – 16 May 20192

B. Manage engineering activities that contribute tosustainable development81, 2A. Communicate well with others at all levels includingeffective use of English orally and in writing810B. Discuss ideas and plans competently and withconfidence810C. Effective personal and social skills9A. Understanding and compliance with the ICE Code ofConduct99B. Plan, carry out and record CPD and encourage others9 99 9143, 46118C. Engage with ICE activities9D. Demonstration of appropriate professional standards,recognising obligations to society, the

Civil Engineering Degree Apprenticeship Mapping of Knowledge, Skills & Behaviours against ICE Attributes Version 1 Revision 0 –16 May 2019 Institution of Civil Engineers is a Registered Charity in 8 England & Wales (no 210252) and Scotland (SC038629) 1 ICE Attributes for Incorporated Engineers ICE Attributes Civil Engineering Degree