Two Years Experience Involving Responsible Charge of Significant Engineering Work

Significant engineering work is understood as the work requiring the exercise of independent engineering judgment and criteria for achieving feasible and effective solutions to real-world engineering problems. The size and scope of the programs and projects concerned are significant in terms of duration, budget, complexity or social impact, and the applicant should have been personally accountable for their success or failure. In general, an applicant may be taken to have been in responsible charge of significant engineering work when they have:

  • planned, designed, coordinated and executed a small project; or
  • undertaken part of a larger project based on an understanding of the whole project; or
  • undertaken novel, complex and/or multidisciplinary work

The two years involving responsible charge of significant engineering work may be within the seven years of professional experience and shall be counted after the applicant obtained the engineering license from the Peruvian Engineers Association.

Description of Two Years of Experience in Responsible Charge of Significant Engineering Work

Assessment Sheet of Two Years Involving Responsible Charge of Significant Engineering Work