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ASEAN MUTUAL RECOGNITION ARRANGEMENTON ENGINEERING SERVICESThe Governments of Brunei Darussalam, the Kingdom ofCambodia, the Republic of Indonesia, Lao People'sDemocratic Republic, Malaysia, the Union of Myanmar, theRepublic of the Philippines, the Republic of Singapore, theKingdom of Thailand, and the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam,Member Countries of the Association of South East AsianNations (hereinafter collectively referred to as "ASEAN" or"ASEAN Member Countries" or singularly as "ASEANMember Country");RECOGNISING the objectives of the ASEAN FrameworkAgreement on Services (hereinafter referred to as "AFAS"),which are to enhance cooperation in services amongstASEAN Member Countries in order to improve the efficiencyand competitiveness, diversify production capacity andsupply and distribution of services of their services supplierswithin and outside ASEAN; to eliminate substantiallyrestrictions to trade in services amongst ASEAN MemberCountries; and to liberalise trade in services by expandingthe depth and scope of liberalisation beyond thoseundertaken by ASEAN Member Countries under the GeneralAgreement on Trade in Services (hereinafter referred to as"GATS") with the aim to realising free trade in services;NOTING that Article V of AFAS provides that ASEANMember Countries may recognise the education orexperience obtained, requirements met, and license orcertification granted in other ASEAN Member Countries, forthe purpose of licensing or certification of service suppliers;NOTING the decision of the Bali Concord II adopted at theNinth ASEAN Summit held in 2003 calling for completion of

Mutual Recognition Arrangements (hereinafter referred to as"MRAs" or singularly as "MRA") for qualifications in majorprofessional services by 2008 to facilitate free movement ofprofessionals/skilled labour/talents in ASEAN; andDESIRING to provide a generic model MRA for EngineeringServices in strengthening professional capabilities bypromoting the flow of relevant information and exchangingexpertise, experiences and best practices suited to specificneeds of ASEAN Member Countries;HAVE AGREED on this ASEAN Mutual RecognitionArrangement on Engineering Services (hereinafter referredto as "this Arrangement") as follows:ARTICLE 1OBJECTIVESThe objectives of this Arrangement are:1.1To facilitate mobilityprofessionals; andofengineeringservices1.2To exchange information in order to promote adoptionof best practices on standards and qualifications.ARTICLE 2DEFINITIONSIn this Arrangement, unless the context otherwise requires:2.1Accreditation refers to quality assurance of graduateengineers by national professional bodies.2.2Assessment or Evaluation refers to particularprocesses for reporting or comparison of achievementagainst criteria, standards, or a benchmark.

2.3Benchmark refers to an agreed level by which otherscan be measured.2.4Certification refers to the issuance of a certificate orlicense to those who have met specified requirementsfor registration.2.5Country of Origin refers to the country where theProfessional Engineer has an existing license topractise engineering.2.6Criteria or Standards refers to a specification ofqualities required to be met.2.7Engineering Services refers to the activities coveredunder Central Product Classification (hereinafterreferred to as "CPC") Code 8672 of the ProvisionalCPC of the United Nations.2.8Graduate Engineer refers to a natural person whoholds the nationality of an ASEAN Member Countryand has satisfactorily completed a higher educationengineering program that is assessed as meetingrequired criteria in a discipline of engineeringdetermined by a recognised professional engineeringbody or state authority.2.9Host Country refers to the country where the ASEANChartered Professional Engineer (ACPE) applies towork, not in independent practice, but in collaborationwith the local Professional Engineer, where appropriate,to practise Engineering.2.10 Professional Engineer (also known as Practitioner)refers to a natural person who holds the nationality ofan ASEAN Member Country and is assessed by aProfessional Regulatory Authority (PRA) of anyparticipating ASEAN Member Country as beingtechnically, morally, and legally qualified to undertake

independent professional engineering practice and isregistered and licensed for such practice by theAuthority.ASEAN Member Countries may havedifferent nomenclatures and requirements for this term.2.11 Professional Regulatory Authority (PRA) refers tothe designated government body or its authorisedagency in charge of regulating the practice ofengineering services as listed in APPENDIX I. Anyamendment to this list can be made administratively bythe ASEAN Member Country concerned and notified bythe Secretary-General of ASEAN to all ASEANMember Countries. ASEAN Member Countries mayhave different nomenclatures for this term.2.12 Recognition refers to acceptance by an authority ofdemonstration of compliance with requirements.2.13 Registered Foreign Professional Engineer (RFPE)refers to an ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer(ACPE) who has successfully applied to and isauthorised by the Professional Regulatory Authority(PRA) of a Host Country to work, not in independentpractice, but in collaboration with one or moreProfessional Engineer of the Host Country.2.14 Registration refers to the process of placing on aRegister those who meet specified requirements withina jurisdiction.2.15 Words in the singular include the plural.

ARTICLE 3RECOGNITION, QUALIFICATIONS, AND ELIGIBILITY3.1Qualifications to Become an ASEAN CharteredProfessional Engineer (ACRE)A Professional Engineer who possesses the followingqualifications:3.1.1 completed an accredited engineering degreerecognised by the professional engineeringaccreditation body whether in the Country ofOrigin or Host Country or assessed andrecognised as having the equivalent of such adegree;3.1.2 possess a current and valid professionalregistration or licensing certificate to practiceengineering in the Country of Origin issued eitherby the Professional Regulatory Authority (PRA) ofthe ASEAN Member Countries and certification of the practiceof engineering or the Monitoring Committeepursuant to Article 4.2.2 and item 1.2 ofAppendix II of this Arrangement;3.1.3 acquired practical and diversified experience ofnot less than seven (7) years after graduation, atleast two (2) years of which shall be inresponsible charge of significant engineeringwork as stipulated in Appendix IV. D - ExampleIV;3.1.4 in compliance with Continuing ProfessionalDevelopment (CPD) policy of the Country ofOrigin at a satisfactory level; and

3.1.5 obtained certification from the ProfessionalRegulatory Authority (PRA) of the Country ofOrigin with no record of serious violation ontechnical, professional or ethical standards, localand international, for the practice of engineeringis eligible to apply to the ASEAN CharteredProfessional Engineer Coordinating Committee(ACPECC) to be registered as an ASEANChartered Professional Engineer (ACPE) underthe ASEAN Chartered Professional EngineersRegister (ACPER).3.2ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer (ACPE)A Professional Engineer who possesses the abovequalifications and complies with the Guidelines onCriteria and Procedures as per Appendix II andsatisfies the Assessment Statement as per AppendixHi, may, upon acceptance and payment of fees, beemplaced on the ASEAN Chartered ProfessionalEngineers Register (ACPER) and accorded the title ofASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer (ACPE). AnASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer (ACPE) shallpractise engineering only in the specific discipline ordisciplines in which he/she has been adjudged to becompetent under this Arrangement.3.3Eligibility of an ASEAN Chartered ProfessionalEngineer (ACPE) to Practise in a Host Country3.3.1 An ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer(ACPE) shall be eligible to apply to theProfessional Regulatory Authority (PRA) of aHost Country to be registered as a RegisteredForeign Professional Engineer (RFPE).Theapplicant shall submit with his application asworn undertaking to:

(a)(b)(c)be bound by local and international codesof professional conduct in accordance withthe policy on ethics and conductestablished and enforced by the Country ofOrigin;be bound by prevailing laws andregulations of the Host Country; andwork in collaboration with local ProfessionalEngineers in the Host Country subject todomestic laws and regulations of the HostCountry governing thepractice ofengineering thereto.3.3.2 Upon approval, the successful ASEAN CharteredProfessional Engineer (ACPE) applicant shall,subject to domestic laws and regulations andwhere applicable, not making submissions tostatutory authorities of the Host Country, bepermitted to work as a Registered ForeignProfessionalEngineer(RFPE),notinindependent practice, but in collaboration withdesignated Professional Engineers in the HostCountry, within such area of his own competencyas may be recognised and approved by theProfessional Regulatory Authority (PRA) of theHost Country.ARTICLE 4PROFESSIONAL REGULATORY AUTHORITY,MONITORING COMMITTEE AND ASEAN CHARTEREDPROFESSIONAL ENGINEER COORDINATINGCOMMITTEE4.1Professional Regulatory Authority (PRA)The Professional Regulatory Authority (PRA) of eachparticipating ASEAN Member Country shall beresponsible for the following:

4.1.1 Consider applications from and authorise theASEAN Chartered Professional Engineers(ACPEs) to work as Registered ForeignProfessional Engineers (RFPEs),not inindependent practice, but in collaboration withdesignated local Professional Engineers in theHost Country subject to the domestic laws andregulations and where applicable, not makingsubmissions to statutory authorities of the HostCountry as provided for by this Arrangement;4.1.2 Monitor and assess the professional practice ofthe Registered Foreign Professional Engineers(RFPEs) and to ensure compliance with thisArrangement;4.1.3 Report to relevant local and international bodiesdevelopments in the implementation of thisArrangement;4.1.4 Maintain high standards of professional andethical practice in engineering;4.1.5 Notify the ASEAN Chartered ProfessionalEngineer Coordinating Committee (ACPECC)Secretariat (set up under Article 4.3.5) promptlyin writing when a Registered ForeignProfessional Engineer (RFPE) has contravenedthis Arrangement, or when a ProfessionalEngineer who is also an ASEAN CharteredProfessional Engineer (ACPE) is no longerqualified to undertake independent professionalengineering practice in the Country of Origin, hasnot complied with Continuing ProfessionalDevelopment (CPD) policy of the Country ofOrigin at a satisfactory level, or has seriouslyviolated technical, professional or ethicalstandards either in the Country of Origin or in the

Host Country whereby such violations have led toderegistration or suspension from practice;4.1.6 Prepare rules and regulations to enable theimplementation of this Arrangement; and4.1.7 Exchange information regarding laws, practicesand prevailing developments in the practice ofengineering within the region with the view toharmonisation in accordance with regional and/orinternational standards.4.2Monitoring Committee (MC)4.2.1 A Monitoring Committee (MC) shall beestablished in and by each participating ASEANMember Country to develop, process andmaintain an ASEAN Chartered ProfessionalEngineers Register (ACPER) in the Country ofOrigin.4.2.2 The Monitoring Committee (MC) shall berecognised as competent by, and may exercisesome functions on behalf of, the authoritiesresponsible for the registration and licensing ofprofessional engineers in the country concerned.4.2.3 The Monitoring Committee (MC) shall also berecognised as an authorised body and shall beable to certify the qualification and experience ofindividual professional engineers directly or byreference to other competent bodies.4.2.4 The specific responsibilities of the MonitoringCommittee (MC) for the development andmaintenanceof the ASEANCharteredProfessional Engineers Register (ACPER) aregiven in the ensuing Articles 4.2.5 and 4.2.6

below and in Appendices II. IN and IV to thisArrangement.4.2.5 The Monitoring Committee (MC) of eachparticipating ASEAN Member Countries seekingauthorisation to initiate a Register for the purposeof the ASEAN Chartered Professional EngineersRegister (ACPER) shall prepare a statementsetting out the criteria and procedures forassessing compliance with the qualifications setout at Article 3.1 for Professional Engineerapplicants. The statement shall be reviewed bythe ASEAN Chartered Professional EngineerCoordinating Committee (ACPECC). Guidelineson criteria and procedures and examples are setout in Appendices II. Ill and V.4.2.6 Each authorised Monitoring Committee (MC)shall further undertake to: that all practitioners registeredas ASEAN Chartered ProfessionalEngineers (ACPEs) by the ASEANChartered ProfessionalEngineerCoordinating Committee (ACPECC)Secretariat comply fully with therequirementsspecifiedinthisArrangement, and that a substantialmajority of these practitioners havedemonstratedtheircompliancethrough the primary procedures andcriteria as shown in Appendices II. Mland IV; that practitioners applying forregistration as ASEAN CharteredProfessional Engineers (ACPEs) arerequired to provide evidence that theyhave complied with the Continuing10

Professional Development (CPD) ofthe Country of Origin at a satisfactorylevel; that practitioners registeredbytheASEANCharteredProfessional Engineer CoordinatingCommittee (ACPECC) Secretariat asASEANCharteredProfessionalEngineers (ACPEs) apply from timeto time for renewal of their registration,and in so doing, provide evidence thatthey have complied with theContinuing Professional Developmentpolicy of the Country of Origin at asatisfactory level; the implementation andexecution of the changes agreedunder Article 6.3 as directed by theASEANCharteredProfessionalEngineer Coordinating Committee(ACPECC); and4.2.6.5Where Article 4.1.5 is applicable,withdraw and deregister the saidASEANCharteredProfessionalEngineer (ACPE) from the ASEANChartered Professional EngineersRegister (ACPER).ASEANCharteredProfessionalCoordinating Committee (ACPECC)Engineer4.3.1 The ASEAN Chartered Professional EngineerCoordinating Committee (ACPECC) shall beestablished and shall have the authority to conferand withdraw the title of ASEAN Chartered11

Professional Engineer (ACRE). This authoritymay be delegated in writing from time to time bythe ASEAN Chartered Professional EngineerCoordinating Committee (ACPECC) to theauthorised Monitoring Committee (MC) in eachparticipating ASEAN Member Country. Membersof the ASEAN Chartered Professional EngineerCoordinatingCommittee(ACPECC)shallcomprise of one appointed representative fromeach Monitoring Committee (MC) of theparticipating ASEAN Member Countries.4.3.2 The functions of the ASEAN CharteredProfessional Engineer Coordinating Committee(ACPECC) shall include: the development andmaintenance of authoritative andreliableRegistersofASEANChartered Professional Engineers(ACPER); the acceptance of ASEANChartered Professional Engineers(ACPEs) in each participating ASEANMember Country as possessinggeneral technical and professionalcompetence that is substantiallyequivalent to that of professionalengineers registered or licensed inthe Country of Origin;, monitoring, maintainingand promoting mutually acceptablestandards and criteria for facilitatingpractice by ASEANCharteredProfessionalEngineers (ACPEs)throughout the participating ASEANMember Country;12 of existing barriers tosuch practice and to develop andpromotestrategiestohelpgovernments and licensing authoritiesreduce those barriers and managetheir processes in an effective andnon-discriminatory manner; the mechanisms availablewithin ASEAN, encouraging therelevant governments and licensingauthorities to adopt and implementstreamlined procedures for grantingrights to practice to ASEAN CharteredProfessional Engineers (ACPEs); and encouraging theimplementation of best practice forthe preparation and assessment ofengineers intending to practise at theprofessional level; and4.3.2.7Continuing mutual monitoring andinformation exchange by whatevermeans that are considered mostappropriate, including but not limitedto:(a)regular communication res, criteria, systems,manuals, publications and listsof recognised y Authorities (PRAs)13

when it has been notified thatanASEANCharteredProfessional Engineer (ACRE)is no longer qualified ice in the Country of Origin,has not complied with theContinuingProfessionalDevelopment (CPD) policy ofthe Country of Origin at asatisfactory level, or hasseriously violated technical,professionalorethicalstandards either in the Countryof Origin or the Host Country,whereby such violations haveledtoderegistrationorsuspension from practice orwithdrawal from the ASEANCharteredProfessionalEngineers Register (ACPER);(c)verifying the operation of theproceduresofparticipatingASEAN Member Countries; and(d)observing the open meetings ofany Professional RegulatoryAuthorities(PRAs)and/orcommissions responsible forimplementing key aspects ofthese procedures and relevantopen meetings of the governingbodies of the participatingASEAN Member Countries.4.3.3 The ASEAN Chartered Professional EngineerCoordinatingCommittee(ACPECC)may,14

whenever it deems appropriate, invite the nonparticipating ASEAN Member Countries to attendas observers to its meetings.4.3.4 The ASEAN Chartered Professional EngineerCoordinating Committee (ACPECC) shall reportits progress of work to ASEAN CoordinatingCommittee on Services (CCS).4.3.5 The administration of the ASEAN CharteredProfessional Engineer Coordinating Committee(ACPECC) shall be facilitated by a Secretariat.The establishment and funding of the Secretariatshall be decided by the ASEAN CharteredProfessional Engineer Coordinating Committee(ACPECC).4.3.6 General Meetings of the ASEAN CharteredProfessional Engineer Coordinating Committee(ACPECC) shall be held at least once in eachtwo year period to deal with applications byMonitoring Committees seeking authorisation toinitiate Registers and/or authorisation to reviewthe Guidelines on Criteria and x III). Appendix IV and other relatedguidelines, procedures and documentation, andrecommend any amendments to all theProfessional Regulatory Authorities (PRAs).ARTICLE 5MUTUAL EXEMPTION5.1. The participating ASEAN Member Countries recognisethat any arrangement, which would confer exemptionfrom further assessment by the ProfessionalRegulatory Authority (PRA) that control the right topractise in each country, could be concluded only with15

the involvement and consent of the ProfessionalRegulatory Authority (PRA) and the relevantgovernment agencies;5.2The participating ASEAN Member Countries note thatlicensing or registering authorities have statutoryresponsibility for protecting the health, safety,environment, and welfare of the community within theirjurisdictions, and may require Professional Engineersseeking the right to independent practice to submitthemselves to some form of supplemental assessment;5.3The participating ASEAN Member Countries considerthat the objectives of such assessment should be toprovide the relevant authorities with a sufficient degreeof confidence that the Professional Engineersconcerned:5.3.1 understand the general principlesapplicable codes of practice and laws;behind5.3.2 have demonstrated a capacity to apply suchprinciples safely and efficiently; and5.3.3 are familiar with other special requirementsoperating within the Host Country.ARTICLE 6AMENDMENTS6.1Any ASEAN Member Country may request in writingany amendment to all or any part of this Arrangement.6.2Unless otherwise provided by this Arrangement, theprovisions of this Arrangement may only be modifiedthrough amendments mutually agreed upon in writingby the Governments of all ASEAN Member Countries.Any such amendment agreed to shall be reduced in16

writing and shall form part of this Arrangement andshall come into force on such date as may bedetermined by all the ASEAN Member Countries.6.3Notwithstanding Article 6.2 above, the provisions inAppendices II. Ill and IV and other related guidelines,procedures and documentation may be modifiedthrough amendments mutually agreed upon in writingby all the Professional Regulatory Authorities of theparticipating ASEAN Member Countries, provided thatthe amendments shall not contradict or modify any ofthe provisions in the main text of this Arrangement. Allapproved changes shall be implemented by theASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer CoordinatingCommittee (ACPECC).6.4Any amendment agreed to under Article 6.3 shall bereduced in writing and shall form part of thisArrangement and shall come into force on such date asmay be determined by the participating ASEANMember Countries.6.5Any amendment shall not prejudice the rights andobligations arising from or based on this Arrangementprior or up to the date of such amendment.6.6In the event that any provision in Articles 1 to 8 isinconsistent with any provision in Appendices II to IV,the provision in Articles 1 to 8 shall take precedence.ARTICLE 7DISPUTE SETTLEMENTThe provisions of the ASEAN Protocol on Enhanced DisputeSettlement Mechanism, done at Vientiane, Lao PDR on the29 November 2004, shall apply to disputes concerning theinterpretation, implementation, and/or application of any ofthe provisions under this Arrangement.17

ARTICLE 8FINAL PROVISIONS8.1The terms and definitions and other provisions of theGATS and AFAS shall be referred to and shall apply tomatters arising under this Arrangement for which nospecific provision has been made herein.8.2This Arrangement shall enter into force on the date ofsignature by all ASEAN Member Countries.8.3After this Arrangement enters into force pursuant toArticle 8.2, any ASEAN Member Country which wishesto participate in this Arrangement (referred to in thisArrangement as a "participating ASEAN MemberCountry") shall notify the ASEAN Secretary-General inwriting of its effective date of participation, and theASEAN Secretary-General shall thereafter notify therest of the ASEAN Member Countries of the same.8.4Any participating ASEAN Member Country wishing tocease participation in this Arrangement shall notify theASEAN Secretary-General in writing at least twelvemonths prior to the date of its effective date of nonparticipation, and the ASEAN Secretary-General shallthereafter notify the rest of the ASEAN MemberCountries of the same.8.5This Arrangement shall be deposited with the ASEANSecretary-General, who shall promptly furnish acertified copy thereof to each ASEAN Member Country.IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned, being dulyauthorised thereto by their respective governments, havesigned this ASEAN Mutual Recognition Arrangement onEngineering Services.18

DONE at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, this Ninth Day ofDecember in the Year Two Thousand and Five, in a singlecopy in the English Language.For the Government of Brunei Darussalam:LIM JOCK SENGSecond Minister of Foreign Affairs and TradeFor the Royal Government of Cambodia:;HAM PRASIDHSenior Minister and Minister of CommerceFor the Government of the Republic of Indonesia:(A PANGESTUMinister of TradeFor the Government of the Lao People's Democratic Republic:SOULIVONG DARAVONGMinister of Commerce19

For the Government of Malaysia:AZIZTMinister of International Trade and IndustryFor the Government of the Union of MvanmarSOE THAMinister for National Planning and Economic DevelopmentFor the Government of the Republic of the Philippines:PETER B. FAVILASecretary of Trade and IndustryFor the Government of the Republic of Singapore:LIM HNG KIANGMinister for Trade and Industry20

For the Government of Thailand:SOMKID JATUSRIPITAKDeputy Prime Minister and Minister of CommerceFor the Government of the SocialistTRUONG IMNW TUYENMinister of Trade21

APPENDIX ILIST OF PROFESSIONAL REGULATORY AUTHORITY (PRA)ASEAN MemberCountryProfessional Regulatory Authority (PRA)Brunei DarussalamMinistry of DevelopmentCambodiaMinistry of Land Management, Urban Planning,and ConstructionIndonesiaNational Construction Services DevelopmentBoardLao PDRLao UnionAssociationMalaysiaBoard of Engineers MalaysiaMyanmarPublic WorksConstructionThe PhilippinesProfessional Regulation Commission andrelevant Professional Regulatory Boards inEngineeringSingaporeProfessional Engineers Board SingaporeThailandCouncil of EngineersViet NamMinistry of inistryof

APPENDIX IIASEAN CHARTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERSGUIDELINES ON CRITERIA AND PROCEDURESThe purpose of these guidelines is to assist Monitoring Committees(MCs) of ASEAN Member Countries to develop a statement of criteriaand procedures for submission to the ASEAN Chartered ProfessionalEngineer Coordinating Committee (ACPECC). In accordance with thisArrangement, the eligibility of a Professional Engineer for designationas an ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer (ACPE) is determinedby reference to five performance criteria, which are to be considered asa package. Some of these criteria are relatively objective in nature,while others shall require the Monitoring Committee (MC) to exercise ameasure of professional judgement, particularly in relation toexceptional Professional Engineers.These notes represent thebenchmarks against which each criterion should be considered.1.1Completed an accredited or recognised engineeringprogram, or assessed and recognised as possessing theequivalentIn order to be listed on an ASEAN Chartered ProfessionalEngineers Register (ACPER), Professional Engineers mustdemonstrate to the relevant Monitoring Committee (MC) a levelof academic achievement at, or following, completion of formaleducation substantially equivalent to that associated withsuccessful completion of:1.1.1 an engineering degree delivered and accredited inaccordance with the best practice guidelines developedby a recognised institution of each ASEAN MemberCountry; or1.1.2 an engineering program accredited by a bodyindependent of the education provider, or an examinationset by an authorised body within a country, provided thatthe accreditation criteria and procedures, or theexamination standards, as appropriate, have beensubmitted by one or more Monitoring Committees (MCs)to, and have been endorsed by the ASEAN (ACPECC).23

This approach does not restrict participation to countries inwhich engineering programs are accredited, or examinations set,by an independent professional body, and does not imply thatacceptable academic achievement can be demonstrated onlywithin the context of an engineering degree program.1.2Been assessed within their own jurisdiction as eligible forindependent practiceThe assessment may be undertaken by the MonitoringCommittee (MC) or by the Professional Regulatory Authority(PRA) within the Country of Origin.1.3Gained a minimum of seven years practical experiencesince graduationThe exact definition of practical experience shall be at thediscretion of the Monitoring Committee (MC) concerned, but thework in question should be clearly relevant to the fields ofengineering in which the Professional Engineers claim expertise.During the initial period, the Professional Engineers should haveparticipated in a range of roles and activities appropriate tothese fields of engineering. However, their roles while they arein responsible charge of significant engineering work may bemore focused.1.4Spent at least two years in responsible charge of significantengineering workThe definition of significant engineering work will vary betweenASEAN Members Countries and disciplines. As a generalguideline, the work should have required the exercise ofindependent engineering judgment, the projects or programsconcerned should have been substantial in duration, cost, orcomplexity, and the Professional Engineer should have beenpersonally accountable for their implementation. In general, aProfessional Engineer may be taken to have been in responsiblecharge of significant engineering work when they have:1.4.1 planned, designed, coordinated and executed a smallproject; or1.4.2 undertaken part of a larger project based on anunderstanding of the whole project; or24

1.4.3 undertaken novel, complex and/or multi-disciplinary work.The specified period of two years may have been completed inthe course of the seven years practical experience sincegraduation, see Appendix IV B - Example II. C - Example IIIand D - Example IV.1.5Complied with the Continuing Professional Development(CPD) policy at a satisfactory levelThe nature and extent of the required compliance withContinuing Professional Development (CPD), and the manner inwhich such compliance is audited, shall remain at the discretionof the Monitoring Committee (MC) concerned, but should reflectthe prevailing norms for such compliance by ProfessionalEngineers within the ASEAN Member Countries.1.6Registered ASEAN Chartered Professional(ACPE) must agree to the following:Engineers1.6.1 Codes of professional conduct.All ProfessionalEngineers seeking registration as ASEAN CharteredProfessional Engineers (ACPEs) must also agree to bebound by local and international codes of professionalconduct and with the policy on ethics and conductsestablished and enforced by the Country of Origin and byany other jurisdiction within which they are practising.Such codes normally include requirements thatProfessional Engineers place

ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer (ACPE). An ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer (ACPE) shall practise engineering only in the specific discipline or disciplines in which he/she has been adjudged to be competent under this Arrangement. 3.3 Eligibility of an ASEAN Chartered Professional Enginee

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