IF YOU care about the way civil engineering is promoted and have strong views on professional qualifi cations and education, joining the Engineering & Technology Board's (ETB) registrant's panel could be the way to get your views aired.
The panel advises the ETB on registration issues and has an input into the content and direction of the ETB business plan.
'It is also the voice of registrants and acts as a two-way communication vehicle between institutions and colleagues and the ETB, ' said a spokesperson.
The panel consists of 12 independent registered engineers from business, industry, academia and government, and another 12 elected by engineering institutions.
The ETB is looking for independent chartered and incorporated engineers or engineering technicians registered by the Engineering Council UK to join the 2006 ETB registrants panel.
Entries must be received by 13 January 2006. Independent panel members serve for three years.