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European Regulated Professions Database: Why the IET is now out of this database?!
Luciano Bacco 81378053
Joined 12/10/2004 - 789 Posts
Try to write 'Electrical or Electronic Engineer': nothing is displayed!...
http://ec.europa.eu/growth/tools-databases/regprof/index.cfm?action=homepage
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Moshe W 1100289692
Joined 14/04/2013 - 506 Posts

Simon Barker:
I would guess that's because it isn't a regulated profession.  Why do you think the IET should be in the database?

For many years the MIET was listed in the Regulated professions database of the EU directive as an Electrical and computer (technology) engineer "Regulated professions database: Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology"European Commission
There are different categories for such professions where some are listed as protected professions etc.  

Indeed it got removed. Why I can't tell.

Please check below the 2016 archive or the attached screenshot.

https://web.archive.org/web/20161114084052/http://ec.europa.eu/growth/tools-databases/regprof/index.cfm?action=regprof&id_regprof=12286
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Simon Barker 22060613
Joined 17/09/2001 - 611 Posts
Back in the olden days, MIEE was actually meaningful qualification.

Whereas you can get MIET if you have a relevant engineering or technology degree, work in engineering or technology, and pay your membership fee.  It's all a bit vague as a qualification.
mbirdi 23457801
Joined 14/06/2005 - 1208 Posts
Luciano Bacco has spotted it correctly.

​​​​Go to Regulated Professions by Country with Competent Authority and type in the search field any of the following: Member; Chartered; Incorporated; Engineering Technician; MICE. These are all included; but MIET is not where it once was.

​​​​​​If you go to Generic Names of Professions, and type in search field: Electrical and Computer. only two entries appear; both apply to Greece, where it used to apply to MIET and Greece.

The proof of removal of professional recognition for MIET is Here. The IET needs to explain itself!
Luciano Bacco 81378053
Joined 12/10/2004 - 789 Posts
Because MIMechE, MICE etc. are present in the database!..
Simon Barker 22060613
Joined 17/09/2001 - 611 Posts
I would guess that's because it isn't a regulated profession.  Why do you think the IET should be in the database?

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