The specifications notebook and the descriptive sheet can be downloaded on our website www.iaeiea.be and should be completed and sent to the secretary at "firstname.lastname@example.org".
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Non-technical trainings are admissible if they bring an added value to the profession, but only after validation by the competent Chamber.
Yes, this is possible provided that they have been validated by the competent Chamber; a visit to a company can indeed be instructive when it handles the production process. In this way the company's technicians make an educational contribution. These visits go hand in hand with questions and answers during and after the visit. It is clear, however, that the competent Chamber will ensure that only the appropriate number of hours are taken into account.
No, only courses that have been validated beforehand are eligible.
The hours obtained when repeating the same training course are not valid. It is not allowed to follow the same course over and over again in order to obtain the required hours.
The first three-year period will come into effect in February 2016 (date of the General Assembly). For the year 2015, given the late publication of the code of conduct and the implementation of training courses, a minimum of 4 hours of training will be taken into account. The excess of training hours from 2015 can be transferred to 2016. In 2019, 49 hours of training will thus have to be completed.
An attendance register must be signed by the expert at the beginning and end of the continuing education course and must be kept by the trainer or the organiser who will hand it over to the Institute.
The course title, the IAE validation number, the trainer's name, the expert's IAE number and the number of hours validated.
No, the law clearly defines a minimum of 45 hours over a renewable period of 3 years with a minimum of 10 hours per year.
Yes, the expert who has completed the training will ensure that he receives his certificate. He can receive it on the spot, by e-mail, by mail or otherwise.
If the expert arrives late for training the trainer may, in consultation with the competent Chamber, reduce the hours of continuing training. He must therefore sign the attendance list before and after the course.
The concerned Chamber will hand over the case to the Disciplinary Committee, which will take appropriate action.
Yes, but only Institute-accredited courses are eligible. Obviously, the Institute only validates training for which it has sufficient reliable information.
The Institute, which will forward the request to its competent Chamber.