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  • Institute of Clerks of Works - Education
    and Construction Inspectorate have worked collaboratively with the University of Wolverhampton to create an ICWCI accredited module leading towards both Licentiate and or Full membership of the ICWCI This would make you eligible to use the credits gained and continue towards a Foundation Degree or BSc Hons University of Wolverhampton Degree within the Built Environment The module is delivered once per year in October through an on line distance learning mode delivered by online tutors from the University of Wolverhampton School of Architecture and Built Environment One of the benefits of distance learning is that the course can be undertaken from the comfort of your home or workplace The module aimed at various learners including those already in the industry who wish to progress to a Site Inspection role The module is equivalent to 20 credits of Level 4 higher education and will count towards your Foundation Degree or Undergraduate degree at the University of Wolverhampton Additionally the successful completion of the module will qualify you for your interview for Licentiate Membership of the ICWCI or for existing Licentiate members provide a pathway towards your interview for Full membership The cost of the module is 1000 and runs for a

    Original URL path: http://www.icwci.org/page/?title=Education&pid=59 (2016-02-10)
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  • Institute of Clerks of Works - Galleries
    on Quality Awards 2015 Penrith Conference 2015 Saturday daytime Penrith Conference 2014 Saturday Night Stoke on Trent Conference 2014 Daytime Stoke on Trent Conference and Awards 2013 River Trip Conference and Awards 2013 AGM Conference and Awards 2013 Saturday Evening Conference and Awards 2013 Opening Friday Conference and Awards 2013 Friday Evening West Midlands CPD March 2013 Staffordshire and District Chapter AGM March 2013 Scottish Chapter Annual Charity Dinner October

    Original URL path: http://www.icwci.org/gallery/?pid=2&gcatid=0 (2016-02-10)
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  • Institute of Clerks of Works - The Role
    Conference and Awards History of ICWCI The Role Although the job roles of our members will vary the principles for carrying out their duties will be very similar Many individuals looking to go into the profession and or employers of Clerks of Works Site Inspectors often ask for a list of duties for the role This document is by no means conclusive but will provide prospective employees employers clients with

    Original URL path: http://www.icwci.org/page/?title=The+Role&pid=58 (2016-02-10)
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  • Institute of Clerks of Works - History of ICWCI
    of the Title The job title Clerk of Works is believed to derive from the thirteenth century when Clerics in Holy Orders were accepted as being more literate than their fellows and were left to plan and supervise the Works associated with the erection of churches and other religious property By the nineteenth century the role had expanded to cover the majority of building works and the Clerk of Works was drawn from experienced tradesmen who had wide knowledge and understanding of the building process The role to this day is based on the impartiality of the incumbent in ensuring value for money for the client rather than the contractor is achieved through rigorous and detailed inspection of materials and workmanship throughout the build process In many cases the traditional title has been discarded to comply with modern trends such as Site Inspector but the requirement for the role today is as strong as it has ever been Purposes of Formation The Clerk of Works historically as well as now is a very isolated profession on site He she is the person that must ensure quality of both materials and workmanship and to this end must be absolutely impartial and independent in his decisions and judgements He she cannot normally by virtue of the quality role be employed by the contractor only the client and normally by the Architect on behalf of the Client His her role is not to judge but simply to report through exhaustive and detailed diary notes all occurrences that are relevant to the role Experience in the many facets of the building trade is essential and in general terms most practitioners will have come from the tools When originally formed the Association was to allow those that were required to operate in isolation on site

    Original URL path: http://www.icwci.org/page/?title=History+of+ICWCI&pid=27 (2016-02-10)
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  • Institute of Clerks of Works - Institute News
    2016 Please click here to view this newsletter Merseyside Chapter newsletter December 2015 Published on Friday 18th December 2015 Please click here to view this newsletter Devon Cornwall Newsletter December 2015 Published on Friday 11th December 2015 Please click here to view this newsletter CIC Press Release Flooding in North Britain Published on Wednesday 9th December 2015 Please click here to view this press release Home Counties North Newsletter December 2015 Published on Tuesday 1st December 2015 Please click here to view this newsletter CIC Press Release Evidence giving sessions for the APPG for EBE Inquiry into the Quality of New Build Housing in England begin Published on Friday 20th November 2015 Please click here to view this press release ICWCI Press Release Call for Evidence Inquiry into the Quality of New Build Housing in England Published on Friday 2nd October 2015 Please click here to view this press release Deeside Chapter Newsletter September 2015 Published on Friday 11th September 2015 Please click here to view this newsletter Press Release New ICWCI Business Cards available Published on Wednesday 12th August 2015 Please click here to view press release News Feeds You can subscribe to a feed of the latest news

    Original URL path: http://www.icwci.org/news/?pid=3&nid=3 (2016-02-10)
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  • Institute of Clerks of Works - Current Vacancies
    range from simple domestic extensions structural alterations new dwellings to educational facilities and commercial buildings Surveys of all types of properties dwellings residential and commercial We are looking to recruit suitably qualified persons with relevant building construction experience Training will be given as necessary up to chartered status We are seeking to employ suitable people on either a casual part time or full time basis depending on the location they live and the area they can cover Our company is based near to Kings Lynn and covers all of East Anglia Cambridgeshire Suffolk and southern Lincolnshire The successful candidate will be required to carry out routine site inspections from commencement to completion of a variety of projects carrying out condition surveys and asbestos surveys A comprehensive understanding of the building regulations is essential along with excellent time management communication and IT skills Details of employment There are three levels of employment being offered 1 Casual where you will undertake inspections as and when required for an agreed sum on an ad hoc basis 2 Part time allowing flexible working paid on a pro rata basis 3 Full time five days a week on a 39 hour week Salary is negotiable

    Original URL path: http://www.icwci.org/page/?title=Current+Vacancies&pid=30 (2016-02-10)
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  • Institute of Clerks of Works - Freelance Practices
    looking to employ the services of a Self Employed Freelance or Private Practice Clerk of Works Construction Inspector please use the link or image which provides details of a number of different practices Self Employed Freelance or Private Practice Clerks of Works The list is in regions however many of the practices carry out work in various regions including overseas If you have any questions or would like to register

    Original URL path: http://www.icwci.org/page/?title=Freelance+Practices&pid=56 (2016-02-10)
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  • Institute of Clerks of Works - The Role
    the job roles of our members will vary the principles for carrying out their duties will be very similar Many individuals looking to go into the profession and or employers of Clerks of Works Site Inspectors often ask for a list of duties for the role This document is by no means conclusive but will provide prospective employees employers clients with a basic understanding of the function Click here to

    Original URL path: http://www.icwci.org/page/?title=The+Role&pid=57 (2016-02-10)
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