Education and Careers
Supporting Civil Engineers
PICE supports the ongoing training and professional development of civil engineers while also nurturing civil engineering students and faculty around the world. Our continuing education is designed for practicing civil engineers to enhance their knowledge and skills while earning PDHs. We also help connect engineers looking for jobs with firms looking to hire. Because leadership is important, we sponsor a mentoring program and leadership training.
Within the domain of Continuing Education, professional continuing education is a specific learning activity generally characterized by the issuance of a certificate or continuing education units (CEU) for the purpose of documenting attendance at a designated seminar or course of instruction. Licensing bodies in a number of fields (such as teaching) impose continuing education requirements on members who hold licenses to practice within a particular profession.
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Employment of civil engineers is projected to grow 8 percent from 2014 to 2024, about as fast as the average for all occupations. As infrastructure continues to age, civil engineers will be needed to manage projects to rebuild bridges, repair roads, and upgrade levees and dams as well as airports and buildings.
A growing population leading to increasing urbanization means that new water systems will be required while, at the same time, aging, existing water systems must be maintained to reduce or eliminate leaks. In addition, more waste treatment plants will be needed to help clean the nation’s waterways. Civil engineers will continue to play a key part in all of this work.
The work of civil engineers will be needed for renewable-energy projects. Often, getting permits for many of these projects takes years, and civil engineers play a key part in the process. Thus, as these new projects gain approval, civil engineers will be further involved in overseeing the construction of structures such as wind farms and solar arrays.
Although states continue to face financial challenges and may have difficulty funding all of their projects that need attention, some of the projects that have been delayed will ultimately have to be completed in order to build and maintain critical infrastructure, and to protect the public and the environment.
PICE is looking for an Executive Director
The Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers, Inc (the “PICE”) is the only accredited association of the civil engineers in the Philippines
- Of the 200,000 licensed civil engineers, around 74,000 are registered members
- PICE has over 96 chapters nationwide and 10 chapters overseas
- There are about 26,000 student members in 175 student chapters nationwide
- Is affiliated with other associations within the country, the region and the globe
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Licensing & Certifications
Civil engineers’ work has a direct and powerful impact on the lives of people, each and every day. Well designed and executed projects provide services to the community, while ensuring safety for everyone. Of course, the opposite is true, in that poorly designed and executed projects can create a high risk to the community, and even cause disasters which can cost many lives.
Since so many lives are affected by the work of civil engineers, professional certifications are required in order to provide engineering services to the public. These certifications guarantee the professional knowledge and skills of practicing civil engineers.