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Brett Williams appointed IPENZ Director

Tuesday, 23 November 2004

Brett Williams appointed IPENZ Director – Learning and Assessment

Brett Williams has been appointed the new Director – Learning and Assessment for the Institution of Professional Engineers (IPENZ).

Brett will be responsible for the overall policy and procedures related to the engineering education and practice standards as well as responsibility for IPENZ career development services.

His role is important nationally for professional engineers, as Brett will also co-ordinate the accreditation of engineering degrees, the engineering graduate competency development programmes, and liaise with industry and education providers in the engineering and technology sector..

Previously Brett had been heavily involved in accreditation and quality assurance of educational programmes in his previous role at the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

ENDS


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