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Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by obioraval(m): 5:26am On Jul 19, 2016
vansledge:
pls guy can sum1 help me on this
1. a graduate of Elect/Elect
2. not practicing Elect/Elect but practicing welding inspection
3. can i write my report on inspection?
thanks

Yes you can.
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by highskies(m): 9:06pm On Jul 19, 2016
Hello,

I finished with a BEng in Agricultural and Bioresources Engineering. I am also at the tail end of my MSc program in Environmental Engineering.

I have been working as a Building services (M & E) and Environmental Engineer for the last two years.

Can I submit my technical report focused on my work experience alone? And what COREN seal will I be considered for? I have heard only rumors, I would like fact. Thanks

obioraval:


Yes you can.
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by vansledge(m): 9:23pm On Jul 20, 2016
ademoladeji:


You're so on-point.


NSE is just like money-making association that only believes in your pocket and not your brain.

I still remember what I experienced during my first attempt at NSE Lagos. Imagine someone marking me down because the Oba of the village I come from insulted him. He practically told me I was gonna fail and truly, I failed the interview even after answering correctly 7 out of 8 questions.
Sat beside me was a mate that couldn't answer correctly 1 question except know where he works- Deltafrik.

My advice has always been DO NOT apply for NSE in LAGOS... Go to places like Akure, Osogbo, Ado-Ekiti. #LessWahala #LessMoney


I paid around 300k to be MNSE... My COREN is on it's way n hopefully by the end of the 2nd quarter, I shld be a R.COREN...


after paying all these will u pay for COREN again?
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by ademoladeji(m): 11:59pm On Jul 20, 2016
vansledge:

after paying all these will u pay for COREN again?

COREN is no as super expensive as NSE....

Average of 50k but there's additional 35k for COREN assembly
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by vansledge(m): 8:59am On Jul 21, 2016
ademoladeji:


COREN is no as super expensive as NSE....

Average of 50k but there's additional 35k for COREN assembly
can we do away from registering with NSE and go to COREN direct?
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by ademoladeji(m): 10:02am On Jul 22, 2016
vansledge:
can we do away from registering with NSE and go to COREN direct?
Yes!!! Go to www.coren.gov.ng
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by monastik(m): 3:35pm On Jul 23, 2016
wow this is nice info..
More thanks to http://www.myengineering.us that refer me to this page
and for updating me with relevant books in passing NSE Exam
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by einsteino(m): 3:36pm On Jul 24, 2016
ademoladeji:

Yes!!! Go to www.coren.gov.ng
Mind giving a breakdown of coren cost as well as that of NSE?
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by ademoladeji(m): 4:07pm On Jul 24, 2016
einsteino:


Mind giving a breakdown of coren cost as well as that of NSE?

Well, let me just state the process I passed thru whn registering...

1. Joined a branch of NSE (Apapa Branch)
a. Paid registration fee
b. Paid annual subscription

2. Joined a division of NSE (Civil Division)
a. Upgraded my status (from student membership to corporate membership).
b. Paid for annual subscription

3. Applied for NSE corporate membership
a. Paid application fee

4. Printed several forms filled both by myself and my sponsors (they must be financially up-to-date)

5. Report writing and printing

6. Paid to attend workshops
a. National workshop
b. Branch workshop

7. Attended Report defense

8. National examination

9. When passed, paid like #58,500 for election/admission letter n certificate at National level

10. Paid #65,000 for induction at local level.

After collection of the election letter, I proceeded to applying for COREN.

11. Paid #12,000 as application fee

12. Paid #1,500 for transcript verification

13. Uploaded necessary documents including summary of report used for NSE reg.

After approval by Council,

14. Paid #36,500 for seal, stamp and certificate

15. Paid #35,000 for this year's COREN Assembly (compulsory for all newly approved Engineers)

*****************THE END******************

With the new policy by COREN, I'd advise you visit the coren website to have first class information.

I know it's gonna be cheaper going thru direct COREN.

For further information, I could link you up with a friend working with COREN.

PM me and let's talk

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Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by gen2cool: 10:36am On Jul 25, 2016
Please good people, I have a B.Tech in Civil Engineering with certificate issued in November, 2012 but the graduation year is 2011/2012 academic section. My question is that can I register for NSE this September diet?.

And also can I apply with statement of result?
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by Souljaboi1: 12:40am On Jul 26, 2016
ademoladeji:


Well, let me just state the process I passed thru whn registering...

1. Joined a branch of NSE (Apapa Branch)
a. Paid registration fee
b. Paid annual subscription

2. Joined a division of NSE (Civil Division)
a. Upgraded my status (from student membership to corporate membership).
b. Paid for annual subscription

3. Applied for NSE corporate membership
a. Paid application fee

4. Printed several forms filled both by myself and my sponsors (they must be financially up-to-date)

5. Report writing and printing

6. Paid to attend workshops
a. National workshop
b. Branch workshop

7. Attended Report defense

8. National examination

9. When passed, paid like #58,500 for election/admission letter n certificate at National level

10. Paid #65,000 for induction at local level.

After collection of the election letter, I proceeded to applying for COREN.

11. Paid #12,000 as application fee

12. Paid #1,500 for transcript verification

13. Uploaded necessary documents including summary of report used for NSE reg.

After approval by Council,

14. Paid #36,500 for seal, stamp and certificate

15. Paid #35,000 for this year's COREN Assembly (compulsory for all newly approved Engineers)

*****************THE END******************

With the new policy by COREN, I'd advise you visit the coren website to have first class information.

I know it's gonna be cheaper going thru direct COREN.

For further information, I could link you up with a friend working with COREN.

PM me and let's talk
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by kobonaire(m): 6:24am On Aug 10, 2016
You pay money, you get Engr for your name??
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by sammie026(m): 10:18pm On Aug 16, 2016
hi
I have b.eng, civil engineering.. and I wish to further my career as an engineer .how do I register with the necessary engineering bodies??....
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by damoche64: 11:15am On Aug 17, 2016
Can u pls explain how to register with COREN without NSE membership.
Thanks
quote author=ademoladeji post=47778145]

Yes!!! Go to www.coren.gov.ng[/quote]
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by highskies(m): 7:24am On Aug 18, 2016
Brother, please what are the different engineering seals available

Thanks



ademoladeji:


Well, let me just state the process I passed thru whn registering...

1. Joined a branch of NSE (Apapa Branch)
a. Paid registration fee
b. Paid annual subscription

2. Joined a division of NSE (Civil Division)
a. Upgraded my status (from student membership to corporate membership).
b. Paid for annual subscription

3. Applied for NSE corporate membership
a. Paid application fee

4. Printed several forms filled both by myself and my sponsors (they must be financially up-to-date)

5. Report writing and printing

6. Paid to attend workshops
a. National workshop
b. Branch workshop

7. Attended Report defense

8. National examination

9. When passed, paid like #58,500 for election/admission letter n certificate at National level

10. Paid #65,000 for induction at local level.

After collection of the election letter, I proceeded to applying for COREN.

11. Paid #12,000 as application fee

12. Paid #1,500 for transcript verification

13. Uploaded necessary documents including summary of report used for NSE reg.

After approval by Council,

14. Paid #36,500 for seal, stamp and certificate

15. Paid #35,000 for this year's COREN Assembly (compulsory for all newly approved Engineers)

*****************THE END******************

With the new policy by COREN, I'd advise you visit the coren website to have first class information.

I know it's gonna be cheaper going thru direct COREN.

For further information, I could link you up with a friend working with COREN.

PM me and let's talk
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by ademoladeji(m): 9:41pm On Aug 18, 2016
highskies:
Brother, please what are the different engineering seals available

Thanks




The ones I know are Civil Mechanical Electrical
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by ademoladeji(m): 9:44pm On Aug 18, 2016
damoche64:
Can u pls explain how to register with COREN without NSE membership.
Thanks
quote author=ademoladeji post=47778145]

Yes!!! Go to www.coren.gov.ng

First and foremost is to have had the required years of experience backed up by the professional report based on acquired experience.

Go to COREN website for payment and registration guidelines.
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by highskies(m): 3:11pm On Aug 19, 2016
Thank you


ademoladeji:


The ones I know are Civil Mechanical Electrical

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Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by ademoladeji(m): 3:22pm On Aug 19, 2016
highskies:
Thank you



It's a pleasure
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by step1: 2:16pm On Sep 17, 2016
I studied chemistry with chemical engineering. Can I apply for coren
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by GrandCommander: 5:33pm On Sep 17, 2016
All of you claiming GMNSE grin I don't think this is allowed only MNSE, FNSE are recognized then you can only add your NYSC to your years of experience if you did Engineering work at ur PPA
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by Mekzmoney(m): 9:50pm On Nov 23, 2016
Bro, I studied met/mats and m currently wrking as a production supervisor where ther produce sacrificial anodes. Wanted to be a corrosion scientist but decided to go for welding inspection. Pls hav u gone 4 d profesional course? Pls I need to knw d requirements n d fee. Thanks!
vansledge:
pls guy can sum1 help me on this
1. a graduate of Elect/Elect
2. not practicing Elect/Elect but practicing welding inspection
3. can i write my report on inspection?
thanks
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by Mekzmoney(m): 9:59pm On Nov 23, 2016
What if I hav already had 4 to 5yrs experience b4 d PGD. Do I need to also hav anoda 4 yrs xperience?
barrysome001:

Yes,but you'll have to do your PGD before you can start counting the years of experience preceding the NSE exams
Or I can register after d PGD?
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by ganilat4: 8:11pm On Nov 24, 2016
Can I applied to be a member: I have an HND in Electrical/Electronics, then BSc in physics Electronics. Pls do I need to do PGD before I registered as a member. Pls I need Good explanation on this, meanwhile I have 15 years experience in electrical power industry.
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by Izonpikin: 11:34am On Nov 25, 2016
ademoladeji:


Well, let me just state the process I passed thru whn registering...

1. Joined a branch of NSE (Apapa Branch)
a. Paid registration fee
b. Paid annual subscription

2. Joined a division of NSE (Civil Division)
a. Upgraded my status (from student membership to corporate membership).
b. Paid for annual subscription

3. Applied for NSE corporate membership
a. Paid application fee

4. Printed several forms filled both by myself and my sponsors (they must be financially up-to-date)

5. Report writing and printing

6. Paid to attend workshops
a. National workshop
b. Branch workshop

7. Attended Report defense

8. National examination

9. When passed, paid like #58,500 for election/admission letter n certificate at National level

10. Paid #65,000 for induction at local level.

After collection of the election letter, I proceeded to applying for COREN.

11. Paid #12,000 as application fee

12. Paid #1,500 for transcript verification

13. Uploaded necessary documents including summary of report used for NSE reg.

After approval by Council,

14. Paid #36,500 for seal, stamp and certificate

15. Paid #35,000 for this year's COREN Assembly (compulsory for all newly approved Engineers)

*****************THE END******************

With the new policy by COREN, I'd advise you visit the coren website to have first class information.

I know it's gonna be cheaper going thru direct COREN.

For further information, I could link you up with a friend working with COREN.

PM me and let's talk
what's the national examination like?..whats the format??

That's where I want to concentrate on..

I have roughly a 2 years post NYSC experience..

I Have a masters in offshore engineering..

Can I present my msc individual project as one of my reports??...
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by essoo(m): 11:06pm On Dec 08, 2016
shine12:
It’s about time a Nigerian Design Consultancy start taking the design lead on our bridge, rail, highway and building projects. We cannot afford to continue procuring engineering services from abroad.

The Nigerian resident Julius Berger also needs to up their game. The 29 billion naira (145 million dollars) spent on building the [b]cable-stayed 1.4km long lekki-Ikoyi link bridge [/b]will build a grandeur and iconic suspension bridge for that bridge span. Julius Berger needs competition from another major residential Design Consultancy.

When a country allows foreign Engineers to come in and design her project, such country will be exposed to an underdevelopment of local Engineers, Capital flight, less employment in the Engineering sector and will also face National Security Issues (the country that built the structures know what the capacity of your infrastructures are and can use them during war time, God forbid!!). Our Engineering Graduates and Technicians are intelligent enough and what they need is the appropriate experience for them to be the best they can possibly be.

It's not about the Professional institution (NSE, Coren, ICE, IStructE) recognition but what an Engineer can deliver, the accreditations will chase you when you have the right experience

Sorry to burst your bubble, that bridge is not even a cable-stay bridge.. those cable-like stuffs are actually rods and are strictly aesthetic; they perform no structural role whatsoever! Its a reinforced concrete deck bridge!

- EssOO (Structural Engineer_ Coincidentally witnessed the construction on this bridge from piling to commissioning from waterside Lekki)
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by essoo(m): 11:08pm On Dec 08, 2016
kevoh:

Yes Sir, I know. I just prefer having the cash set aside before embarking on such journey. Hope I can contact you in due time for some info and guide and will not be a bother to your possibly busy schedule?

You wouldn't get anything done with this mentality, trust me! I once started out like you!
Just start and you would be amazed where you find yourself!
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by essoo(m): 11:16pm On Dec 08, 2016
And who says some people don't prefer tea without sugar!!

Another analogy please!!!

Bhugarious:
I am proud to be an engineer, for my profession takes care of world's major industries and adds value to humanity. Without engineers this global village would be likened to tea without sugar.
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by kevoh(m): 8:14am On Dec 09, 2016
essoo:


You wouldn't get anything done with this mentality, trust me! I once started out like you!
Just start and you would be amazed where you find yourself!
Lol smiley , how time flies! Between April(when I made that comment) and December, a whole lot of things have happened! Now I can confidently raise that sum of money without grumbling! Thanks all the same!
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by shine12: 11:33am On Dec 09, 2016
essoo:


Sorry to burst your bubble, that bridge is not even a cable-stay bridge.. those cable-like stuffs are actually rods and are strictly aesthetic; they perform no structural role whatsoever! Its a reinforced concrete deck bridge!

- EssOO (Structural Engineer_ Coincidentally witnessed the construction on this bridge from piling to commissioning from waterside Lekki)
You are right, I later found out that those cables are not doing anything, just aesthetic.That's fraud lool because a concrete deck bridge will be cheaper than a cable-stayed bridge.
Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by seyilapy(m): 3:14pm On Dec 09, 2016
Hello guys. Please is anyone planning to take the April 2017 diet?

Also the senior Engineers in the house please I need someone that wrote report in a manufacturing / industrial field.

Thanks

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Re: How To Become A Nse, Coren Registered Engineer In Nigeria by Emempaul(m): 10:12pm On Dec 09, 2016

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