Talent acquisition case studies: Introducing the Institution of Civil Engineers

Anthony Haynes writes: On this blog we have frequently featured examples of how talent acquisition works in practice. Our focus has been on cases from our core market comprising membership organisations and learning providers.

Next up will be studies concerning one of our core clients, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). ICE is long-established. Its royal charter dates back to 1828. Its international membership totals over 90,000.

ICE’s aims include the encouragement its members to gain qualifications and to continue to develop professionally. It also has an ambitious outward-facing mission, aiming to inform the public about what civil engineers do and to contribute to debates and inform policy decisions concerning infrastructure and the built environment.

For details of our cases, please revisit our blog next month.

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