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Workshop[3.5 CPD] : LOG BOOK TRAINING SCHEME – GUIDELINES FOR MENTORS

From November 30, 2019 8:30 am until November 30, 2019 1:00 pm
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BEM Approved

CPD/PDP Hours: 3.5

Ref. No.: IEM19/PG/011/W   

 

Half Day Workshop on:

LOG BOOK TRAINING SCHEME – GUIDELINES FOR MENTORS

Date:               30 November 2019 (Saturday)

Time:               8.30am – 1.00pm

Venue:             IEM Penang Secretariat

Speaker:          Ir.Dr. Mui Kai Yin

 

~ Objectives ~

  • To present the roles and responsibilities of LBTS Mentors as cited in the LBTS Guidelines (2011)
  • To discourse on the effectiveness of LBTS vis-à-vis Mentors’ experiences in regard to ;
  • Achieving continuality in mentoring (progress monitoring and provision of guidance/advice) and mentees’ performance or response
  • Logging of knowledge learnt and competencies attained in the professional engineering discipline
  • Logging of other observed or attained characteristics of professional disposition, such as the do’s and don’ts in professional conduct vis-à-vis code of ethics
  • To register and welcome new LBTS mentors
  • To provide a networking forum for standing and new LBTS mentors
  • To award CPD for Mentors

 

REGISTRATION AS MENTOR FOR LOG BOOK TRAINING SCHEME

Registration of Engineers Regulations 1990 states that a registered Graduate Engineer is required to obtain practical experience for at least one year in Malaysia under the supervision of a registered Professional Engineer of the same discipline or approved allied discipline.

 In line with this, the Institution has drawn up a Log Book Training Scheme to provide for the proper practical training of young graduates to ensure that such training conforms to the Institution Rules concerning admission of Corporate Members and eventually as Professional Engineer.

 The Professional Interview Regulation states that a candidate shall have had at least 3 years of approved experience in planning, design, execution or management of such works as stipulated and relevant to the profession of an engineer.  Candidates can apply for Professional Interview after having undergone 3 years of practical training.

~ Objectives ~

  1. To assist Graduate Engineers who are unable to obtain the supervision of a PEng in their own organisation.
  2. To assist Graduate Engineers obtain their practical experience under a formal training scheme supervised by a Corporate member of the Institution before appearing for the Professional Interview.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

~ Guidelines for Mentors~

  1. To be eligible to register as Mentors, an Engineer must fulfill the following criteria:
  • Must be MIEM and a Professional Engineer for at least 3 years, and be in a responsible position
  • PEs who are less than three (3) years as Corporate Members (MIEM) could be appointed as LBTS Mentors provided they attend the Log Book Training Scheme Workshop at least twice before being accepted as a Mentor
  • Must not have more than 3 Mentees at any time.
  • Must be in the same or related discipline with the Mentee
  1. Mentor should meet with Mentee at least once every three months to review and discuss issues related to his or her training for guidance and verification.
  2. Mentor should wherever possible visit the Mentee’s work place once during the tenure of the Mentorship.

In the event that it is impossible due to distance or costs constraints, assistance could be sought from the regional branch representative of the same region where the Mentee is working to visit the Mentee’s work place.

  1. Where Mentor is outside of the Mentee’s organization, Mentor is encouraged to communicate regularly with Mentee by all available modes of communication, e.g. telephone, fax, e-mail, SMS or WatsApp.

Mentor should ensure that the Mentee’s immediate superior endorse the log book as declaration of the accuracy and authenticity of the work done and later the log book will be endorsed again by the Mentor.

  1. Mentor should inform the Mentee of his or her weaknesses from time to time and not wait until the last minute to inform that whatever he has done so far is not correct.
  2. Mentor needs to assess the work done by the Mentee in accordance with the training requirements by The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia.

 Mentor should encourage his or her Mentee to obtain relevant experience based on his or her area of expertise for purpose of the Professional Interview.

 Once a year, Mentor must ensure that the log book of his or her Mentee is presented to the Honorary Secretary of the Institution for endorsement.

  1. Mentor should advise the Mentee that in addition to core engineering practices, he/she should also obtain experience in the following areas:
  • Economics and Finance
  • Quality Systems
  • Environmental Management
  • Marketing
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Malaysian Law and Legal Systems of other countries

The training could probably be limited to the ratio of 80:20 inclined towards core engineering practices.

  1. When mentoring Mentees, Mentors are advised to ensure a cordial relationship and in accordance with the norms accepted by society.
  2. The log book submitted by the Mentee should include the following:
  •  Brief description of jobs or tasks performed by the Mentee. Sketches or simple diagram may be used.  Detail investigations, studies and calculations could be submitted as attachments to the log book.
  • Record of activities should be in chronological order.
  • Seminars, talks or courses should be recorded in his or her log book and provided with a summary on the topics learned.

 Corporate members who wish to register as Mentors for the Training Scheme are required to return the Mentor’s Registration Form enclosed to IEM.

                                                                                                                                                                                    

SPEAKER BIODATA:

Ir. Dr. Mui Kai Yin PhD, MSc, BEng (Hons), PEng, ASEAN Eng, APEC Eng, IntPE, MIEM, MAFEO, MACPM, CTM, CSM, PMP, PKT, PJK

 

  • Consultant & Project Director of CAREER GROWTH SDN BHD
  • Past Chairman of IEM Penang Branch (2016-2019)
  • Chairman of IEM Penang Branch (2014-2016)
  • Vice Chairman of IEM Penang Branch (2010-2014)
  • Honorary Secretary cum Treasurer of IEM Electronic Engineering Technical Division

         (2008-2009 & 2018-2019)

  • Committee of IEM Electronic Engineering Technical Division (2009-2019)
  • Council Member of the Institution of Engineers Malaysia (2019-2022)
  • Standing Committee of IEM Admission and Practical Training (2019-2020)
  • Standing Committee of IEM Examinations and Qualifications (2019-2020)
  • Principle Interviewer of the Institution of Engineers Malaysia

Dr. Mui graduated from the University of Sunderland, UK with an Honours degree in Bachelor of Engineering (BEng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering).  Thereafter, he continued and completed his postgraduate degree from the University of Warwick, UK with a Master of Science (MSc in Advanced Mechanical Engineering).  He also holds a Doctor of Philosophy Degree (PhD in Management) from the Atlantic University, USA; with research thesis on Multi-National Corporation Employee Retention - Human Resource Management.

He had more than 22 years of working experience on leading and managing various projects portfolios in the Electronics, Telecommunication, Automotive and Construction industries, professional development, as well as non-for-profit organizations, and led >100 local and global new product launch/projects successfully.

One of the significant projects he led and managed was the design and build of one of the world’s largest solar cell manufacturing plant in Malaysia (>MYR 1 billion investment).  In this portfolio, he was the overall leader who led the Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) functions on behalf of the client, and managed >100 project team members and relevant stakeholders from diversify cultures and background.  This project received the Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM) excellence award in 2012.

Dr. Mui carries a few credentials with him; he is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) with the Project Management Institute (PMI®), USA (www.pmi.org).  A licensed Professional Engineer with the Board of Engineers, Malaysia (www.bem.org.my), and a corporate member of the Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (www.iem.org.my).  He is also a registered ASEAN Engineer and Honorary Member of the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organization (www.aer.afeo.org).  He has been an active member of the institution, involved in organizing various technical activities for the local branch members.  He was the chairman of the IEM Penang Branch (2014-2016) and is currently the past chairman of the IEM Penang branch (2016-2019). He is also the honorary secretary cum honorary treasurer, committee of the IEM Electronic Engineering Technical Division, eETD (2009-2019).

Today, Dr. Mui focusing on providing project management training, coaching and consulting services to the local and oversea clients.  He is currently the subject matter expert for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) exam preparation boot camp, helping aspirant Project Managers and Leaders to prepare and pass the PMP® credential exam.  To-date, he and his organization trained >1,000 PMP® candidates, and >10,000 project stakeholders.                                                                                                                                                                                      

Programme

0830 - 0900

Registration

0900 - 1030

Overview on Route to MIEM & Professional Engineer

1030 - 1100

Coffee/Tea Break

1100 - 1130

Briefing on IEM Log Book Training Scheme – The Roles and Responsibilities of Mentors & Mentees

1130

FORUM

Discourse on the Effectiveness of LBTS vis-à-vis Mentors’ experiences

1300

Session End

 

Please complete and return the workshop Pre-Registration and Attendance Confirmation Form below.  

Duly completed forms can be returned by email or by hand to IEM Penang Secretariat before 27 Nov 2019.

 

PRE-REGISTRATION AND ATTENDANCE CONFIRMATION FORM

(To be completed by both present LBTS Mentors and to-be Mentors)

Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________

IEM Corporate Membership No:_________________________ ( Member/Fellow )

PE Membership No: ___________________________________ Discipline:  ______________________________

In view of the revision to Clause 3.2.1.2 of the LBTS Guidelines that qualified PEs who are less than three (3) years as Corporate Members (MIEM) could be appointed as LBTS Mentors, the requirement to be imposed is that such Mentor should attend the Log Book Training Scheme Workshop at least twice before being accepted as a Mentor.

 

I had attended the following workshop/s : -

 

1st workshop                  date: ____________________   

 

2nd workshop                 date: _____________________   

 

Would you like to be a LBTS Mentor?

 

Please confirm date of election as a Corporate Member.

Date : _________________________________________   Email Add: _________________________________

 

Present Occupation:  ________________________________________________________________         

(if solely a Retiree, please state if still engaged in any engineering related activities)     

       

Area of Specialization (related to the Professional Engineering discipline, if any) 

__________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

Date:    _________________                  Signature:  _________________________________

 

2nd MENTORS WORKSHOP 2019

 

 

R E G I S T R A T I O N     F O R M

(FREE ADMISSION - “Strictly for MIEM and P.E.” only)

BEM Approved

CPD/PDP Hours: 3.5

Ref. No.: IEM19/PG/011/W  

 

Day Workshop on:

LOG BOOK TRAINING SCHEME – GUIDELINES FOR MENTORS

 

Date:               30 November 2019 (Saturday)

Time:               8.30am – 1.00pm

Venue:             IEM Penang Secretariat

Speaker:          Ir.Dr. Mui Kai Yin

 

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Note:  IEM reserves the right to cancel the talk with full refund (if any).

Banking Info

Bank name: CIMB BANK BERHAD

Bank Address: MENARA BHL, NO.51, JALAN SULTAN AHMAD SHAH, 10050 PENANG

Bank Account Number: 80-0762026-7

Account Name: The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia